A rental house in Berlin could get an upgrade

Posted by Ars Technic on Tuesday, September 19, 2018 06:26:52If you’re a city dweller who wants to rent a home in Berlin, you’re in luck.

The city is currently in the midst of a major rebranding effort that will change the way it does business and will also give renters more control over where they can live and how much they pay.

The rebrand is part of a broader effort to create more affordable housing, which has been in the works for some time.

The new city branding will also change how Berliners can find a new place to live and what kinds of rents they’ll pay.

This is a huge change for renters and renters groups, who have had to contend with the city’s restrictive rental policies and regulations for a while now.

A new rental agency, RentalBrunswick, will serve as the main provider of new, affordable housing in the city.

This means that renters will have a lot more control of their apartments, which will make renting a house in the capital easier.

Rental Brunswick is already in business in other European cities, but it’s the first one to be officially licensed to operate in Germany.

The company has already won a lease to operate as a property rental agency in Frankfurt, and it has already started working on its first project in Berlin.

Renter rights are already protected by German law, which means that rental agencies will be able to refuse a renter if they believe that they are being unfairly targeted.

That’s an important distinction, as it means that landlords and owners of rental properties can be held legally accountable for their actions.

It’s also the first time that a new kind of affordable housing has been created in Germany since the country’s reunification.

Rents will be increased in many parts of the city, and Rental Bucharest will offer a range of apartments for rent that are suitable for those looking to rent for longer periods of time.

Rented apartments in Berlin are a big part of the new city’s development, and the rebrand has been a major part of that.

“We’ve been working on the rebranded city for two years, and our first project was recently awarded a lease in Frankfurt,” Rental Brunswick CEO Sebastian Müller told Ars.

“I’m really excited to see the city grow with our first expansion in Berlin and this new brand.”

Rental Bundchen already has an office in Frankfurt and Müller says that the company will open another office in Berlin within the next few weeks.

Müller said that the reformation will be completed by October, and he expects the new company to be up and running by the end of 2020.

Berlin is one of the biggest cities in Europe, and there are a lot of renters in the area.

“The rebrand will make it easier for renters to find an apartment, and will be an important part of our development in the future,” Müller added.

He also pointed out that the brand will not affect current renters, who will still have the same rights as before.

“People who have rented for more than two years are still entitled to a mortgage on their properties,” Müllers said.

“But now there will be a new legal framework, and we’ll be able provide an alternative for renters.”

For now, the company is just opening a few offices in Berlin to test the new branding and to test new policies, and Müllers expects to be able expand its services in the coming months.

“A new rebrand in a city like Berlin is very exciting for us, but also a big challenge,” he said.

Renting in the country will not be the only area that will be affected by the reclassification.

The country is also undergoing a massive overhaul of its housing laws, which is something that Müller also hopes to see come to fruition.

He said that, unlike in other parts of Europe, Germany will be taking a more progressive approach to reclassifying properties in the near future.

The renter rights law will still require a mortgage if the property is sold, but the city will be giving landlords more flexibility when it comes to renting the apartments.

The change in the way that the rental agencies operate in Berlin is another way that will affect the renter population in the short term.

In addition to its new renter protection laws, Berlin also has a large number of other rules, including a ban on the use of credit cards and a requirement that renters pay for the apartments they rent out.

Müllers also said that rental houses in Berlin will not get any new rent increases, which are already limited by existing laws.

“Rents in Berlin have been very low in recent years, but this is not the case anymore,” Müils said.

Müils expects that rent will increase significantly over the next several years as new policies take effect.

“It is not going to be a free ride, but I