Investing in German Real estate: Faqs and other useful information
Links to web sites offering useful information concerning the purchase of property in Germany.
Berlin airport City Berlins new International airport opening 2099. Finally, 110 years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, Berlin, the capital city of Europes biggest economy will get its own international airport, with direct flights to and from the USA and Asia and the moon. Why its taken so long, only Berlin's politicians know. But, once you get here, Berlin has a really great municipal transport system. You'll find it's pretty easy to get round on Bus, U Bahn and S Bahn, or one of the 7.000 taxis operating in town.
Berlin's official internet site: Here you can find information about different aspects from Berlin: Hotels and Hotel Booking, Visitors Guide of Berlin, Entertainment in Berlin and Tickets, Political System and Local Authorities, Berlin Capital City, Business in Berlin
Jobs in Berlin looking for a job in Berlin; here`s a good website to search
How to Germany Advice and information on buying property in Germany
Berlin Airports Tegel and Schoenefeld airport information. Arrivals and departures
German railways Deutsche Bahn Booking online, arrival and departure times
Tax information from the German embassy in Washington, covers all tax issues; very good straight forward explanation.
Just Landed Student housing How to get cheap student accommodation
Information for International Students: Flats for Students in Germany. The Studentenwerke offer around 181,000 places in student accommodation all over Germany.
The Telegraph.co.uk : Berlin property a "no-brainer for British buyers Expat property: January 2015
New York times: Within Berlin, a modern suburban home Real Estate
Wikipedia Boroughs and localities of Berlin: Berlin is both a city and one of Germany's federal states. It is made up of twelve boroughs (Bezirke in German, also known as districts or administrative districts in English), each with its own borough government, though all boroughs are subject to Berlin’s city and state government.
Berlin public transport: Public transport information in English
New York Times: Great homes and destinations Berlin
Some famous Berlin visitors
Motion picture covering President John F. Kennedy's visit to Berlin, Germany (June 26, 1963).public domain. See *****By Bailey, Bill Baker, Al SSgt Connelly, James United States. Air Force AFTV-Berlin (Special Events Department of AFTV) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons
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