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Appartments in Leipzig, Halle and Magdeburg


Current availibilities of flats 

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Guesthouses

Looking for a new home in Leipzig, Halle or Magdeburg is not such a difficult matter. Affordable housing are almost available in all three towns. Furthermore all UFZ locations offer guesthouses for a limited time. Please, contact the housing service to book an appartment there.  

Guesthouse Leipzig
Guesthouse Halle
Guesthouse Magdeburg 

PhDs/students

As an enrolled student at any German university you can also find a room at the student hall. These shared flats or single appartments are managed by the student administration (Studentenwerk) and due to the high demand it is recommendable to ask for availabilities well in advance. First they serve students of their own university, but other students or PhDs are accepted in case of disposability.

Studentenwerk Leipzig

Studentenwerk Halle

Studentenwerk Magdeburg

Studentenwohnung.de

Studenten-WG.de


Flats in Leipzig, Halle and Magdeburg

Information about flats and rooms to rent you get Wednesdays and Saturdays in the "Leipziger Volkszeitung" (LVZ), Mitteldeutsche Zeitung (Halle) and Volksstimme (Magdeburg) see the printed media or e.g. the following links:  

Appartments and houses

LVZ-online  

LWB (only for Leipzig)

Mitteldeutsche Zeitung

Magdeburger Volksstimme

General links to search for flats/houses in German towns you can use the links below. Enter only the name of the town:

immoworld.de

Immoscout24.de

Immowelt.de

Immonet.de

Shared flats

WG-gesucht.de (in English!)

WG-Halle

Subtenancy

Zwischenmiete.de


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Useful information on renting a flat

Rental charges

Most apartments in Germany are let unfurnished, although occasionally
cooking facilities are provided. The costs for accommodation only are
quoted as rent, excluding utilities. Added to this, there are additional
costs or running costs. What is actually included depends on the rental
contract. Usually, charges for heating, water, refuse collection and property
management are included in this; they make up approximately 25%
of the rent, excluding utilities costs. If the additional costs are already
included in the rental charge, this is called rent including all utilities costs.
Electricity is usually charged separately by an electricity supplier of your
choice, with which you must register yourself.

Deposit (Kaution)

It is usual to pay a deposit (one to maximum three months’ rent plus VAT)
to cover any repairs for damage in the apartment caused by the tenant
when he/she leaves. This sum is deposited in a special savings account.
Arrange this together with the landlord or obtain a receipt for the savings
account. When you leave, the deposit will be returned to you with interest.
However, any costs for repairs or renovation will be deducted. The
exact rules and regulations on this should be included in the rental contract
which you will receive for signature from the agent or landlord.
If you require any help or advice when you are looking for accommodation,
your institute will be happy to help with interpreting, understanding
the adverts and ultimately with the handover of the apartment.