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Houses for Sale in Dresden Germany

Houses for Sale in Dresden Germany

If you are thinking about moving to Dresden and searching for houses for sale in Dresden Germany: White & Company have been providing a full removals and storage solution in Dresden for the past eighty years. As founder members of BAR, FIDI & OMNI. White & Company can provide for a local move, to anywhere in the UK, to Europe or to any international destination.

Because it is so important that your possessions are cared for throughout your entire process, White & Company are members of the British Association of Removers and all services performed are in accordance with European standard BS EN 12522.

White & Company are also proud winners of the British Association of Removers  ‘Overseas Mover of the Year’ Competition 2016 and finalists for 2017

Houses for Sale in Dresden GermanyHouses for Sale in Dresden Germany

If You Are Moving To Dresden & Looking For Houses for Sale

Making the decision to move to a new country and start a life there is a huge one. You may be making the move alone or with your family, you may be familiar with your chosen country or you may never have been there before. It can be daunting but exciting all at the same time. You will want to ensure that everything runs as smoothly as possible and to avoid as much stress as you can. This is where using a professional removal company such as White & Company really comes into its own.

There are many things you need to take into consideration when doing your planning. One of the first things is to decide what you want to take with you. Is your company paying for the move? If this is the case you will probably want to take everything. You may want to “start over” once you get there and just plan to take your essentials. These decisions will invariably boil down to the cost of shipping.

Let one of our experienced international surveyors assist you. Our surveyor will have the knowledge to answer all your questions and can provide you with several quotations so that you can compare costs and make an informed decision as to what best suits you. All our quotations are free of charge and have absolutely no obligation attached. You will receive a written quotation within 48 hours of our visit.

About Dresden and Houses for Sale in Dresden, Germany

As one of the country’s strongest economies, with a higher growth rate than the national average and no debt, Dresden provides many opportunities to expatriates who are looking forward to relocating here.
Throughout history, Dresden, one of the largest and most densely populated cities in Germany, has been a major cultural centre. Music has featured highly in Dresden throughout the ages and to this day, it has one of the best opera companies in Germany.

Art is also a national obsession and the Staatlichen Kunstsammlungen art museum is one of the best in Europe. The Versailles-inspired Zwinger palace houses museums including Gemäldegalerie Alte Meister and exhibits masterpieces such as Raphael’s “Sistine Madonna.”. There is a whole film scene active in the city too, with many large and small independent cinemas showcasing a huge range of genre on screen.

The skyline of this beautiful city is iconic, with spires, towers and domes reaching high into the sky. It seems impossible to believe that during the Second World War the whole city was destroyed following the Allied bombings in 1945. Fortunately, today the city has emerged triumphant with most of the contents of these historic buildings having been safely removed before the bombings devastated the city. They now take pride of place in Dresden’s new museums.

Cost of Living and Houses for Sale in Dresden Germany

The cost of living in Dresden is similar to that of the UK. Food shopping is more or less the same, with some items costing more such as cheese and fruit. However, some cheaper such as alcohol, bread and milk.
Entertainment is also mostly the same as the UK, with a basic meal out for two in a neighbourhood pub costing around 25 Euros (£19). Two cinema tickets cost around 16 Euros (£12) and a gym membership for one month 36 Euros (£28).

As for public transport, the costs, a monthly ticket will cost in the region of 52 Euros (£40), a litre of fuel is currently Euros 1.42 (£1.09), which are both similar to the UK equivalents.

Property Prices and Houses for Sale in Dresden Germany

There are no restrictions to foreigners buying property in Germany. You may buy property in Germany even if you are a non-resident and not an EU national. While most countries swing strongly in favour of either renting or buying your home, the options are balanced in Germany. At the present time just over half the population owning their own homes.

There is currently a huge choice of property for sale in Dresden. As with most cities, the vast majority of property tends to be apartments. Depending on area and size, there are still some good bargains to be found. At the higher end of the scale, you can purchase a luxurious 6 bedroomed apartment in the city for Euros 940,000 (£723,000). A family sized four bedroomed apartment costs around Euros 481,000 (£370,000).

Again as with most cities there are expensive areas and cheaper ones. Homes on the banks of the river Elbe, lined with baroque style homes and close to the shops and good restaurants tend to be more sought after and expensive. However, there are some lovely suburbs a little further out, such as Prohlis where you can purchase good sized properties in nice areas.

Enlisting the help of a good estate agent is recommended, they have the knowledge to guide you through the whole purchasing procedure, which although not complicated is different to the UK.

See below a list of real estate agents:

• Streik Real Estate p – Rähnitzgasse 9, Dresden 01097
+49 351 4246660.

• Bilfinger Real Estate – Ammonstr. 35, Dresden 01067
+49 351 49776411.

Education and Houses for Sale in Dresden Germany

Although Germany has a free public school system that foreigners are entitled to use, many expatriates living in Dresden send their children to an international school where they can be taught in English.

Expats living in Dresden will be pleased to hear that the international school located in the city, Dresden International School, is extremely highly regarded. It teaches an English curriculum and allows students to study towards the International Baccalaureate. There is also the BIP Kreativitätsgrundschule, which teaches in German, French, Arabic, and English.

Dresden is also home to one of the best universities in Germany, Dresden University of Technology. The university system in Dresden is a key part of the economy, and has contributed greatly to the success of its highly specialized industries.

• Dreden International School – Annenstrasse 9, Dresden, Germany, 01067
Tel: +49 351 3400428.

• BIP-Kreativitätsgrundschule – Tiergartenstr. 18 · 01219 Dresden
Tel: +49 351 2047578

• Dresden University of Technology. – Dresden Mommsen Street 9, Dresden 01069
Tel: +49 351 46337044.

Healthcare costs and Houses for Sale in Dresden, Germany

If you are a resident in Germany heath insurance is compulsory. Insurance coverage is also a prerequisite for residency or work permits. You cannot be employed without heath care cover. Any prospective German employer will request your medical insurance details before employment commences.

Once you have your health care plan in place, you will find that the German healthcare system is one of the most advanced in the world. Germany makes sure its doctors, dentists, orderlies, and any other medical staff are well-trained and professional.

If you regularly need medication, you could not have chosen a better country. Pharmacies can be found in almost any street, in every town and you will always find one nearby.

Expatriate community and Houses for Sale in Dresden, Germany

The expat scene thrives in Dresden. There are plenty of places to meet and make friends with people who have already made the transition from the UK to Germany. You can find out about the pitfalls other people have already managed to work through and avoid them yourself. There are many expat communities, which have their own web sites and are easy to join. You will find these a great help, particularly in the first few months of your new life in Dresden.

International Schools if looking for Houses For Sale In Dresden Germany

Dresden International School
Annenstraße 9
01067 Dresden
Germany. T: +49 351 440070

Restaurants if looking for Houses For Sale In Dresden Germany

An der Frauenkirche 12
01067 Dresden
T: +49 351 4962444

Villandry Dresden
Jordanstraße 8
01099 Dresden
T: +49 351 8996724

Schwindts Restaurant
Bodenbacher Str. 120
01277 Dresden
T: +49 351 2598502

Travel connections if looking for Houses For Sale In Dresden Germany

Airports: Dresden Airport
Train stations: Dresden Central Station
Main Road: E40, 97, 6

Home entertainment & communications if looking for Houses For Sale In Dresden Germany

Broadband: DSL
Television: Kabel Deutschland GmbH (KDG)
Telephone: T-Home
Mobile phone: E_Plus

Currency Conversion if looking for Houses For Sale In Dresden, Germany

The official currency in Germany is the euro (€). One euro (EUR) is divided into 100 cents.

When moving overseas making sure you get the best exchange rate possible is essential to starting your new life on a sound footing. White & Company has an exclusive arrangement with The FX Firm.
Simply call us on Tel: 01494-857672 or follow the link to see what additional monies you will receive compared to using your high street bank and to set up a free account.

European Removals To Dresden

This item is brought to you by the European removals storage and shipping company serving Dresden and the surrounding area.

If you are looking to move to Dresden, White & Company have been providing an International removals, packing and storage service for over 145 years and are members of FIDI  and Omni.

White & Company also provide specialist removal services to locations around Europe and all international destinations

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