PLEASE NOTE: As a consequence of newly passed rental legislation by the German government (known as ‘rent cap’, in German ‘Mietendeckel’), the landlord is complying with the law to lower the rent until further notice.
Tenants who want to rent a room in this property will pay a lower rent, until further notice, than the actual rent stated in the rental agreement. Each rental contract will contain an addendum with the current rental price which needs to be paid. The prices split the following way:
Should this legislation, which goes into effect as of the 1st December 2020, be deemed as illegitimate by the federal constitutional court, the difference between the rent in the contract and the adjusted rent subjected to the ‘rent cap’ is to be paid back immediately. Therefore, both the landlord and official legislation offices urge you to set aside the difference in the contractual and adjusted rent in order to be able to cover possible repayments. The landlord will demand all open repayments, if at any time the law is announced as illegitimate.
There are rooms for rent in this 3-bedroom apartment, located on Treseburger Ufer in gorgeous Neukölln. The shared spaces in the cosy 70 m² apartment include a stylish kitchen with access to the shared balcony, and a modern bathroom.
Neukölln is great for those who want to live in an area with personality, and you'll certainly find it within walking distance of this apartment. Set by a woodland area, you can enjoy a peaceful natural area from the balcony, all while being no more than a short 5-minute walk from the nearby metropolitan area.
Firstly, please grab the following documents. You’ll need them to in the next stage of your application, and you won’t be able to make a booking without them.
ID or Passport
Proof of income
The landlord only accepts tenants under the age of 35.
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