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What is a typical expat home or apartment like in Germany?

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We asked expats what a typical home or apartment in Germany is like. They answered...

"Expat apartments in Germany tend to vary depending on the city, however they can typically be quite spacious. They are usually equipped with modern appliances and amenities, such as kitchen appliances, heating, air conditioning and cable TV. Many expat homes have balconies as well as dedicated parking spaces. In larger cities such as Berlin, apartments tend to be slightly smaller, but with the same availability of amenities. Expat homes in Germany can come in the form of apartments, duplexes, or single-family homes," wrote a member who made the move to Germany.

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"Renting a flat. I think this is very common in Munich. 40% of the population is from outside of Bavaria or Germany. Not too many US expats. But there are a couple of US expat groups," explained one expat living in Munich, Germany.

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