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When you’re not based locally – selling a property remotely

Have you inherited a property in Flensburg, wish to sell it but live in Regensburg? This might sound like a problem, as you can’t always be personally present to oversee the sale. In order to nevertheless receive a fair […]

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What do I have to look out for when choosing a notary?

In Germany, a property-purchase agreement is only legally binding once it has been certified by a notary. […]

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When is it time to move into retirement housing?

With advancing age, daily life in your own property can become increasingly difficult to manage – keeping on top of the gardening and cleaning, climbing the stairs, getting to the nearest supermarket, etc. Nevertheless, many older people find it difficult to leave behind their familiar […]

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Inherited property – how does one dissolve a community of heirs?

‘Communities of heirs’ as defined under German law are formed when several beneficiaries come into their inheritance following the death of a friend or relative. However, this community is not intended to last forever.

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Is renovating your property before selling really worth it?

Moss on the red tiled roof, plaster crumbling on the façade and yellowing wallpaper. When preparing to sell their property, many owners question whether renovating would […]

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