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At KUMMUMI, we take pride in ensuring the accuracy of our listings. However, if you do happen to find any major differences, we are more than willing to refund you with the admin fee, first rent, and deposit immediately. Additionally, you have the option to sign the contract either at our office or right before the handover at the apartment itself.

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Rental Apartments in Berlin and germany from KUMMUNI

KUMMUNI is a Berlin-based proptech that provides affordable apartments for rent in Germany, as well as CoLiving spaces & Student Accommodation in Germany. Unlike other rental companies, KUMMUNI is the first to offer tenants the freedom to choose their own furniture for their new apartment, all online and free of charge. This unique feature sets KUMMUNI apart from its competitors.

In addition to the freedom to choose furniture, KUMMUNI also has a Zero Discrimination Policy. This means that everyone has an equal chance to rent one of their apartments or CoLiving spaces.

All costs are included in the monthly rent, making the rental process simple and straightforward for tenants. With the freedom to choose furniture and a Zero Discrimination Policy, KUMMUNI is a great option for anyone looking for a hassle-free rental experience.

Rental Apartment in Berlin & Germany (FAQ)

How much rental apartment in Berlin cost from KUMMUNI?

Rental apartments in Berlin from KUMMUNI are priced at around 1200 euros for private apartments. We also offer private rooms in Berlin at an average price of around 750 euros. Our unique pricing system is based on the size of the apartment, rather than factors like location, floor, or view. It’s important to note that all costs are included in the rent, and tenants only need to pay around 19 euros for the radio tax.

Why finding rental apartment in Berlin difficult for foreigners?

Finding rental apartments in Berlin and Germany can be a challenging task not only for foreigners, but also for locals. However, foreigners often face even greater difficulties due to the persistent bias in the housing market. Conversely, certain companies exploit this situation by offering substandard apartments without any assistance, all in exchange for exorbitant rent prices. At KUMMUNI, our software incorporates a Zero-Discrimination Policy. In fact, KUMMUNI is the sole German company in this sector actively combating discrimination in the German housing market.

What documents do I need for rental apartments in Berlin?

To rent a rental apartment in Berlin, you will need several documents. Firstly, to prove your identity, you will need a valid passport or ID card. Additionally, to show that you can afford the rent, you will need proof of income, such as a work contract or bank statement. Finally, you will need a Schufa report, which is a credit check that shows your financial history and whether you have any outstanding debts.

It is important to note that some landlords may require additional documents, such as a rental history or references from previous landlords. It is always best to check with the landlord or rental agency beforehand to ensure that you have all the necessary documents.

Overall, renting an apartment in Berlin requires a valid ID, proof of income, and a Schufa report. It is recommended to check with the landlord or rental agency for any additional documents that may be required.

To approve your application, KUMMUNI requires the following documents:
– Purpose of stay (e.g., an employment agreement, admission letter)
– Proof of income (e.g., last 3 months of bank account activities, blocked account, etc.)
– Scan of ID card (Scan of passport and visa for non-EU citizens)
– Liability Insurance
– SCHUFA (If you have been living in Germany for more than a year*)
– Mietschuldenfreiheitsbescheinigung (If you have been living in Germany for more than 6 months*)

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