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VirginiaR
3/2/2019 10:56 EST

Our daughter has been living and working in Germany for 5 years and has no desire to return to the US, so we decided to retire to Europe. As of now the business is moving to Frankfurt. We still have about 5 years to retire but I am a research fanatic and I want to know all I can before we meet with an international account and attorney. We will have a excellent amount to retire on, that will not be a problem. We are not only looking to Germany but Netherlands, France and other surrounding countries. My favorite place right now is Valkenwald Netherlands. We don’t want to buy a car, rather rent when we need to. Now my question. Which cities in Germany I. And around Frankfurt have the best little towns outside the city? The city should be accessible by train, my husband is an architect and needs to live near a city. I prefer little towns. We want a townhouse or apt/condo or maybe a cottage. We plan to pay cash for purchase.

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Mikxx
7/16/2019 22:29 EST

You should check out the Taunus region. That is where a lot of wealthy Germans live working in Frankfurt. The Hochtaunus is one of the most wealthy areas in the whole counrty. Most millionairies per capita.

Maybe google can translate for you:
https://www.faz.net/aktuell/rhein-main/der-hochtaunus-ist-reichster-deutscher-landkreis-13865524.html

https://www.faz.net/aktuell/gesellschaft/hessens-millionaere-wohnen-nicht-im-rhein-main-gebiet-15697060.html

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Mikxx
7/16/2019 22:36 EST

And with a 30% down payment you can get a EUR mortgage at maybe 1.2 percent.

So it s better to invest the funds somewhere else and take a mortgage.
Check rates at interhyp.de

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