Real Estate Agents in Frankfurt

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Property Buying, Property Investments, Property Management, Property Rentals / Lettings, Property Selling, Property Valuation, Relocation Services, Serviced Apartments, Financial Services, Furniture Rentals & Interior , Mortgage Advisory

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Moving and relocating to Frankfurt as an expat? In Frankfurt Germany you will have a great expat life. Frankfurt has a reputation for being the second most expensive city in Germany, after Munich, and as everywhere in the country, the competition for rental properties is fierce. This is mainly due to the large influx of foreigners, expats and international companies. Understanding the rent prices is one of the main steps upon deciding on apartment preferences. Rental price is the most significant part of expenses when living in Frankfurt, and given the large demand, they are continuously rising. Studio flats usually starts from 1000 euros while two-bedroom apartments are about 1500 and 2000 euros. This obviously depends on the area, as the closer they are to the city center, the higher the rent. Areas like Sachsenhausen, Westend and Nordend, are some of the most beautiful areas for living, but are also more expensive and may be of interest for families or individuals who work in the nearby areas. Bornheim is a lively area and usually offer cheaper rents, perfect for students. Gallus and Europaviertel offer more affordable and modern apartments. However, these neighbourhoods lack the beauty of the more central places. Ostend is also known as a quiet neighborhood that offers lower rents. At housing agent we have various relocation agents as well real estate agents in Frankfurt listed to help you out. For either renting or buying property in Frankfurt make sure you have a local real estate professional at your side. We cannot emphasize enough that using a local real estate agent is a must. Don’t speak German? Your search for a local real estate agent in Frankfurt that might even speak your language starts here on