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How and where to live in Berlin

Living in Berlin

You are moving to Berlin for working and living here. We have the information and experince you need. The housing situation in Berlin became more complicated and more competitive and rents increased. However, compared to other major German cities they started from a lower level.
Internet based house hunting implies multiple opportunities: there are large-scale nation-wide portals as well as more specified and regional portals for housing in Berlin.
We facilitate your search for housing and support you in finding a residential property, which meets your requirements and desires.
Furthermore, you can compare and organize the residential properties you are interested in here. As residential property is contested in Berlin, we provide you with tricks on how to increase your chances of getting the residential property you want...

Living in Berlin

How to work in Berlin?

Working in Berlin

It is possible to recognise your high-school diploma/A-levels, your final degree or your apprenticeship in Germany. Specialist solicitors and IHK Berlin will assist you gladly with this procedure.
Furthermore, you need a translation of important documents as your certificate of birth, your final degree and high-school diploma/A-levels amongst others. You need those translations for enquiries by the authorities as well. Only a sworn translator could translate and verify your certificates legally. It is possible to translate your certificates and documents in your mother country or in Berlin, here we are looking forward gladly to assist you with this.

Working in Berlin

How to move in Berlin?

By feet, bike, car or with the “Öffis”

Berlin has an extensive network of public transport. With a public transport ticket you could use the different kinds of vehicles. You could combine S-Bahn and U-Bahn or take the bus to the next Tram-station or you use all 4 to explore Berlin. If it takes too long for you, of course you could take one of many cabs in Berlin. Or you rent a bike and enjoy the sunny side of Berlin.

Discovering in Berlin

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