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Berlin Rental Contract Rights As A Landlord

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Hi everyone.

I got an apartment to let in berlin.

I understand that tennants in berlin have loads of rights.

I may want to move back into the little apartment some day in a year or two.

I'm wondering what is the maximum rental term i can sign with a tennant whilst retaining my rights as a landlord?

Is a year possible???

tks for the replys !!!! :rolleyes:

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Hi everyone.

I got an apartment to let in berlin.

I understand that tennants in berlin have loads of rights.

I may want to move back into the little apartment some day in a year or two.

I'm wondering what is the maximum rental term i can sign with a tennant whilst retaining my rights as a landlord?

Is a year possible???

tks for the replys !!!! :rolleyes:

Hi Coffee Grinder

So please explain to me how you manage to change countries so fast on Monday you were in Dubai trying to sell houses and today Friday you in Berlin trying to rent

Do you fly with Easyjet ?

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Hi Coffee Grinder

So please explain to me how you manage to change countries so fast on Monday you were in Dubai trying to sell houses and today Friday you in Berlin trying to rent

Do you fly with Easyjet ?

:unsure: oooo! ya got me there..

I would have to get up early in the morning to get one past you wouldn't I?

could it be called owning a passport, booking a ticket, getting on a plane and travelling?

Millions of people do it everyday?

ehm, is there a slight possibility I could still be in Dubai whilst letting out an apartment in Berlin using the telephone i hear you say.????..

Do you work for MI5? :unsure:

I do believe you are a secret agent and your on to me..... :lol:

oh and a last thing... I am Buying apartments in Dubai, not selling , unlike you- probably sat in a council estate in Widness signing on the dole, trying to scratch together the price of a T.V. licence and going on the internet to justify your little existence in the world

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:unsure: oooo! ya got me there..

I would have to get up early in the morning to get one past you wouldn't I?

could it be called owning a passport, booking a ticket, getting on a plane and travelling?

Millions of people do it everyday?

ehm, is there a slight possibility I could still be in Dubai whilst letting out an apartment in Berlin using the telephone i hear you say.????..

Do you work for MI5? :unsure:

I do believe you are a secret agent and your on to me..... :lol:

oh and a last thing... I am Buying apartments in Dubai, not selling , unlike you- probably sat in a council estate in Widness signing on the dole, trying to scratch together the price of a T.V. licence and going on the internet to justify your little existence in the world

No i have a job and so does my wife and i do not work for MI5

I do not live in England and i do not even know where Widness is

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Hi everyone.

I got an apartment to let in berlin.

I understand that tennants in berlin have loads of rights.

I may want to move back into the little apartment some day in a year or two.

I'm wondering what is the maximum rental term i can sign with a tennant whilst retaining my rights as a landlord?

Is a year possible???

tks for the replys !!!! :rolleyes:

Dubai finally gone tits up for you? - are you on the run from your creditors ? :rolleyes:

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Dubai finally gone tits up for you? - are you on the run from your creditors ? :rolleyes:

It is possible to own property in 2 or 3 or 4 countries at once you know :o

There is no law against it, but seeing as you ask...lets turn this into another Dubai forum , where a bunch of sour faced brits can moan about all the money they never made because they missed the boom in Dubai...

Dubai isnt tits up for me. :o

i dont use creditors and I NEVER used mortgages. all the property I own is debt free. Clean and clear, and I'm collecting rent for it each calender month. And i don't claim to be clever, I just never got into taking credit, although people where bending over backwards to give me credit. i never even owned a credit card come to think of it.

I still like Dubai and enjoy a good interest there thanks. As i do in Berlin. and anywhere else I choose to do some business.

Please take your boring Dubai ramblings into the knife edge forum and have a poke at me there where it is context next time thanks :lol:

i got my answer about Berlin rental contracts elsewhere so if anyone normal is interested in that information get in touch

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Hi Coffee Grinder

I'm in a similar situation in Berlin and would be interested in the answer to this question. I tried to PM you but it won't let me until I have 30+ posts <img src="http://www.housepricecrash.co.uk/forum/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/dry.gif" style="vertical-align:middle" emoid="<_<" border="0" alt="dry.gif" />

Thanks!

the answer is you can pretty much have any limitation terms written into the contract (use a german contract) as long as you write the limitations in there and the new tennant agrees before accepting the property. When the contract is ready to expire, The contract terms are then extendable only once for the next desired term of the landlord tennant relationship. after that you have to write a new contract. This is what a Berlin rental agent informed me off anyways...

hope this helps

P.s. my hat off to you for holding property in Berlin. Fabulous city, good sound investing.

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