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8th September, 2020

International Webinar Series: Focus on Germany

International Webinar Series: Focus on Germany


Thursday 24th September, 1PM BST

Famous for its cool and trendy capital city, Berlin, as well as steins of golden beer, beer festivals, Christmas markets, wild woodland, historic sites and magnificent cathedrals and castles, Germany is found to be the fourth most popular country in Europe for British expats. Over 100,000 British expats can’t be wrong.

The bustling Cosmopolitan cities of Berlin, Munich and Frankfurt attract expats, retirees and holiday-home owners from all over the world. The liberal and creative city of Berlin is an affordable place to live, offering a thriving nightlife, an assortment of perfectly preserved historic buildings and striking modern architecture, and a variety of natural parks, including the Tiergarten, where you’ll find Berlin’s zoo. The modern city of Munich, known for its annual beer festival, Oktoberfest, provides excellent public transport by the metro, train or tram. From Munich, a day trip to ski resorts and hiking trails in the high peaks of Switzerland will take you less than six hours by train. The Main Metropolis of Frankfurt, set on the River Main, is the financial capital of Continental Europe offering a hub for businesses, excellent shopping, global transport links, and culture in the historical Old Town.

Expansive stretches of wild landscapes of forests offer an escape from city life. During summer, you can holiday on popular sandy beaches in the north, or enjoy breath-taking views of idyllic lakes in the south. With a third of the country covered in natural landscapes, hikers can trek up to the snowy-capped peaks of the Alps through acres of woodland, broken up by winding rivers and vast open fields of countryside, for respite of city living.

Not only does Germany offer the ultimate variety of cosmopolitan cities and vast countryside, the Western European country borders nine different countries to explore, including France, Luxembourg, Belgium, the Netherlands, Denmark, Poland, the Czech Republic, Austria and Switzerland. In only a few hours you could be exploring the medieval towns of Belgium, enjoying local wine in a Provincial vineyard, skiing in the Alps of Austria or cycling through the city of Amsterdam.

Join Michael Heming, CEO of Fine & Country Germany, Austria & Switzerland to discuss an overview of the German market, how estate agency works, the buying process, benefits of investing in property and the different lifestyle opportunities in Germany.


Oberursel, Hessen, 7 bedrooms

unique german villa property with terrace area

Situated in one of the most beautiful residential areas in Oberursel is this charming villa set within a wonderful garden with a wide partly-covered terrace area, woodland, a pavilion and a picturesque natural pond. This fantastic private retreat offers elegant interiors and plenty of places for refuge in the sauna, whirlpool and fitness room, four luxury bathrooms and a separate TV room.

Königstein, Hessen, 8 bedrooms

dream home renovation magnificent villa mansion in Germany

This beautiful property situated in the city centre of Königstein enjoys a magnificent view of the Königstein Fortress and the surrounding Taunus slopes, and is only 20km from the cosmopolitan city of Frankfurt. The old building on this property poses a unique opportunity to realise your own dream home through a considerable renovation or by building an impressive new villa, as seen in the illustration above.

Alzey, Rhineland-Palatinate, 5 bedrooms

Traditional German holiday villa with Turkish swimming pool terrace area

This extraordinary country home was built in 1980 and was completely renovated by the current owners between 1999 and 2013 to combine original features with the comforts of contemporary living. Boasting wonderful views of surrounding meadows, natural stone walls, an outdoor swimming pool with a Tuscan influence, spacious garaging and parking spaces for several vehicles and additional outbuildings, this property is suited for up to three families or multi-generational living.

Contact us today

To enquire about our charming properties available in Germany, contact Fine & Country Germany today.


If you missed our previous webinars for moving to Portugal or France, get caught up on all of the details and watch them below.

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