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  • How to register your apartment in the Netherlands

    If you're moving to the Netherlands or you've just arrived, you'll need to register your address. Read our short how-to guide and download the registration form in English and Dutch....

  • 8 reasons why startups are good for expats

    Working for a startup is a great way to start life in a new country or city. Here are our top 8 reasons why startups are the perfect choice for expats. ...

  • How to register your apartment in Germany (Anmeldung)

    Registering your apartment in Germany is essential if you plan to stay in the country longer than three months. Here's our guide to getting your Almeldung, including a downaloadable form with English translations and addresses of Berlin registeration offices....

  • Starting a business in France

    Starting a business in France as an expat can seem daunting. We've put together a guide to help you get started. The guide includes a country summary, jargon buster, how to register your company and links to official websites....

  • Starting a business in Germany

    Starting a business in Germany as an expat can seem daunting. We've put together a simple guide to help you get started. The guide includes a country summary, facts and figures, a jargon buster and links to official websites and further resources....

  • All by myself – moving abroad alone

    Moving abroad alone can be scary but it's definitely worth it. Here are our top 6 tips, by someone who's moved abroad alone, twice. ...

LANDLORDS
  • Starting a business in Germany

    Starting a business in Germany as an expat can seem daunting. We've put together a simple guide to help you get started. The guide includes a country summary, facts and figures, a jargon buster and links to official websites and further resources....

  • Becoming a landlord – a five minute guide

    Becoming a landlord is easy, right? You buy a house and then get some unsuspecting person to pay the mortgage for you. If only that were true. Being a landlord involves navigating a deluge of paperwork and administration, developing an understanding of real estate law,......

  • Dutch rental law: the changes

    Lawmakers have made several additions to Dutch rental law since 2014. If you’re a Dutch landlord or you’re considering investing in the dutch housing market – one of the fastest moving in Europe – we’ve condensed and simplified the essential information. The Dutch housing market......

  • German real estate – changes to German property law

    60% of German real estate is rented, with only 15% of properties in Berlin owned by the occupier. Demand in the capital is intense: according to the Financial Times, 15,000 homes have been added to the Berlin market since 2010 while the population of the......

  • Real estate in France – changes to French property law

    French property law has undergone several changes and amendments in the last few years. For the example, The Alur Law brought in in 2014 specified changes as varied as a rent cap, standardised rental contracts and what exactly constitutes furnished. French property law, like law......

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  • How to register your apartment in the Netherlands

    If you're moving to the Netherlands or you've just arrived, you'll need to register your address. Read our short how-to guide and download the registration form in English and Dutch....

  • How to register your apartment in Germany (Anmeldung)

    Registering your apartment in Germany is essential if you plan to stay in the country longer than three months. Here's our guide to getting your Almeldung, including a downaloadable form with English translations and addresses of Berlin registeration offices....