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Munich for beginners: Furnished rentals with Mr. Lodge

Munich for beginners: Furnished rentals with Mr. Lodge

The Local · 2 Dec 2013, 09:47

Published: 02 Dec 2013 09:47 GMT+01:00

Furnished rentals are suitable for almost everyone. Mr. Lodge offers apartments all over Munich, ensuring that customers have a wide range of potential homes to choose from.  A definite advantage over conventional rentals is the short-term availability. With flexible rental periods of 3-36 months and properties at various price points, you will be sure to find an apartment that fits your needs.

Mr. Lodge: a reliable rental partner in Munich

The Munich housing company Mr. Lodge has been a specialist in temporary rental for over twenty years. Customers have come to respect the high standard of apartments on offer, and the professional online presentation. In addition, Mr. Lodge offers the Comfort-Service, which includes technical services and contacts for reliable cleaning companies among other things.

Apartment residents are most often professionals from out of town who are staying in Munich for the length of a work contract or project, which could be for several months or a number of years. Around 2,500 companies and institutes are listed in Mr. Lodge’s clientele and over 4,000 apartments are rented each year.

Online viewing: almost as good as the real thing

Moving can be stressful, especially when your new home is in a different country, or even on a different continent. Luckily, Mr. Lodge’s website offers a comprehensive service to potential tenants from all over the world. Customers can access detailed information about the apartments in seven languages. High quality photos and a virtual video viewing are key tools with which potential customers can quickly decide whether an apartment is suitable for them or not.

Details regarding the infrastructure and public transport possibilities, and precise information concerning furnishings and the minimum and maximum rental periods provide potential tenants with a comprehensive impression without having to be there in person. If questions about an apartment remain, the service staff at Mr. Lodge is ready to answer them in 12 different languages; Mr. Lodge employees speak English, German, Spanish, French, Danish, Italian, Swedish, Hungarian, Bulgarian, Russian, Ukrainian and Japanese.

A specialist in services for tenants 

Mr. Lodge offers a comprehensive range of services for tenants. A professional presentation of the properties through pictures, video, and text is just one of many offerings that benefit customers searching for a property.

The company has a standardized process of assessing and rating properties. An apartment’s features are displayed clearly on the website, allowing tenants to find a suitable apartment easily and without stress.

A photographer captures the apartment’s ambience and, if required, the company’s own interior design consultants can give tips on how to make the apartment look its best. As part of the service, the housing company also handles all of the formalities, such as drawing up the lease and handover protocol.

However, the service does not end with the signing of a rental agreement. Mr. Lodge is at their customers’ disposal throughout the lease and assists in organizing services, such as repairs and professional cleaning. We are also ready to act as mediators, should any disagreements between the rental parties arise.  

With an experienced partner like Mr. Lodge, furnished rentals provide a simple, transparent, and stress-free solution for property seekers in Munich.  

This article was produced by The Local and sponsored by Mr Lodge

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