By continuing to analyse in detail the most popular states in Europe, we could certainly not leave in the shadows a nation that has always been considered a real power. Strong in its identity, the driving force behind the entire European economy, the state that we are going to discover with you today and for you is Germany! Bordering Denmark to the north and bathed by the North Sea and the Baltic, it is the most populous state in the European Union (82 200 000 inhabitants!).
So, if you are also curious about this country, and maybe you want to buy a property in Germany, the only thing to do is to continue reading the next lines! We at Realigro have in fact created a mini guide made to measure for you, all dedicated only and exclusively to how to move to this country.
So, let's get started !
Let's start by saying that Germany is the seventh largest country in Europe and consists mainly of mountains and hills. It is influenced by the Atlantic winds from the west and, as you descend further south, the climate becomes continental.
The language spoken is German, but of course, for any problem lexical, English can be a viable alternative as well as a solution.
Germany is divided into 16 federal states, the Lander, and some of them are divided into government districts.
Among the main cities we find Berlin, the historic capital, Hamburg and Munich. But what are the documents needed to access Germany? First of all, you must have an identity document that will allow you to move freely in Germany for a period of three months.
After buying a property, to be able to live on German territory is required to request the Anmeldung, which certifies precisely that you are resident in Germany. Then it will be appropriate to go to the Revenue Agency to find out which is the tax range of belonging. We now come to analyze the areas where to buy a property in Germany.
In the capital, Berlin, the rent of the house is around 500 / 700 euros for a property of about 70 square meters, in an area not particularly central. Munich, on the other hand, is one of the most expensive cities in the country, where a lease can even reach 1000 euros. Nuremberg instead we can define it as the city of compromise, from the economic point of view, as it is contained in prices but at the same time rich in potential (despite the size are small compared to other German cities previously mentioned).
As for the monthly utilities, compared to many other European countries, Germany provides for lower fees. remember that often in Germany houses are rented without furniture, which is why it is essential to pay attention to this detail not indifferent. So, once you have taken up residence, it is advisable to take out an insurance policy to be assisted from a health point of view.
We hope that this information has been useful and wish you a pleasant journey to discover Germany!
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