Furnished rentals in and around Frankfurt Rhein Main Germany:
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Make your apartment or house search a full success! If you are in need of finding an apartment house or flat for rent in Frankfurt Germany or its surrounding areas you will find a good selection of high quality houses, flats, apartments both furnished and unfurnished.
AllGrund is your first address to go to in order to receive full english speaking service, advice and relocation consulting. We make house search in Germany a pleasure for you! You find a good collection of offers and can compare prices and areas, also by going to the "currently rented" site (see below).
Please check with us which offers are currently available as these change from week to week. Any apartments offered here might be rented out at any given time.
As a matter of doing a better job for you: Fill in this rent search request form to mail us your search details (if not done yet):
Rent can be with or without utilities from case to case, check on the individual site for each offer by clicking on the picture link. NOTE: MINIMUM RENTAL PERIOD MUST BE SIX MONTHS; PLS DO NOT SEND INQUIRIES FOR TRADE FAIRS AND SHORT TERMS STAY. SUCH INQUIRIES WILL NOT BE REPLIED TO.
Listed houses, flats and apartments (all price quotes in EUR):
Currently or soon available, possible start of lease see below
Order the offers by (Price; latest offers first; listing number; furnished; unfurnished; partly furnished;
if cold and warm rent are identical then it is an inclusive utilities rent):
Note: All data are WITHOUT WARRANTY for correctness with respect to residential or land sizes, facilities, utilities, consumption, energy efficiency, final conditions in the lease, but are just as they were given to us by the owner or tenant. If such information seem implausible obviously, we check them too, but can not offer a warranty for it.
F-Dornbusch: Offices in the basement, Dichterviertel
Langen: 1-bedroom furnished flat in new development
1 April 2018
Bornheim: 2-bedroom flat with amazing views
Fra-Nordend: Nice, bright 1-bedroom apartment, tastefully furnished
10 January 2018
Frankfurt-Westend: Beautifully located 3-room apartment with balcony
Frankfurt: 3 BR flat on the second floor Sachsenhausen hill
1 March 2018
Frankfurt-Niederursel: Furnished 1-2 bedroom flat amidst greenery
1 May 2018
Sachsenhausen: Modern terrace apartment with 1 bedroom and garden
1 February 2018
Frankfurt-Bornheim: Furnished 2-bedroom flat with balcony and refurbished bathroom
1 January 2018
Nordend: Elegant furnished apartment with 1 BR
1 February 2018
Frankfurt-Hausen: 3-bedroom maisonette apartment on ground floor, with balcony
1 March 2018
Oberursel: Spacious 3-bedroom apartment in new development, with sunny balcony
Frankfurt-Sachsenhausen: Furnished, bright 3-bedroom apartment with balcony
Schmitten: Large detached home with 4 bedrooms and large grounds
1 March 2018
Sachsenhausen: 3-bedroom maisonette apartment in attractive location
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Usually the tenant has to place a deposit (security) which can be up to three months rent, in advance. This deposit is kept by the landlord as a security for rent and furniture and in the end if all is fine is returned to the tenant, normally with the legal interest. Instead of a cash security deposit the tenant can very often also bring a bank guarantee (from a german bank) for the deposit, or a bankbook in the name of the landlord.
Important note: Never ever send money to someone who asks for a deposit before sending you the keys without having seen the apartment and met the agent. There is a fraud undergoing whereby people offering apartments - cheaply - and say they send the keys if you send the deposit. Just do not do that unless you have verified that its a serious agency. And by the way, a proper handover of keys is not done by mail - it is done on location, at the apartment, including doing the inventory and proper checkout of apartment. When in doubt, check Google for the name of the agency and if they have a permission called 34c. That is the one and only prerequisite that qualifies an Immobilien agent as legal in Germany.
The rent in germany consists of the net rent, called "Kaltmiete", plus the utilities, which together make what is called the "Warmmiete". This does sometimes include heating, sometimes also electricity. Normally electricity is not included but to be paid extra by the tenant. If heating is provided by gas separately for the flat rented then the gas usually has to be paid by the tenant directly to the gas providing company.
TV fees are GEZ (that is the public TV licence to be paid by everyone having a TV and/or radio) plus your cable providers fees which are not the same for everyone. This you have to work out with your landlord and agent. Sometimes they are included in the utilities.
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