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Frequently Asked Questions: Renting Apartment in Frankfurt am Main

Frankfurt has a rather high population count which may make your search for an apartment difficult. For newcomers, we suggest using online renting platforms like Urbanground to find a new apartment for rent in Frankfurt.

Anyone can rent a house in Frankfurt. Of course, the individual has to be an adult and have proper documentation to sign the agreement. The list of documentation varies for working professionals and students. Here's the list of documents that you may be asked to furnish.

Employed/Self EmployedStudents
Passport CopyPassport Copy
Visa / Work-permit (non-EU citizen) Visa (non-EU citizen)
Employment ContractAdmission letter
Latest 3 payslips from your current or previous employmentBlocked account details along with Parental Guarantee
Schufa (Urban Ground accepts latest 3 months bank statement in case SCHUFA is not available)
Tax returns of previous year (Freelancer or Self-Employed)

Compared to other European cities the average rent of a Frankfurt flat is reasonable. However, if we’re talking about major German cities then it has the second-highest average rent after Munich.

That depends. You'll incur the second-highest cost in Germany to rent an apartment in Frankfurt. And it is definitely one of the most expensive places to live once you discard London and Western Europe. Ultimately it all depends on your earnings so you may or may not feel the heat. Here's a cost breakdown of the monthly expenses in Frankfurt.

AmenityCost (EURO)
Transport40
Gym60
Mobile 25
Electricity80
WiFi/TV50
Food/Entertainment1000

Frankfurt, like the rest of Germany, is a great place to live. It is the fifth-largest city in Germany and has a welcoming culture. It is also quite easy to rent an apartment in Frankfurt. With a lot of job opportunities and a low unemployment rate, it's a very good place to be in.

The best place to live will depend on what exactly you want out of your neighborhood. Whether you want to find an affordable house in Frankfurt or experience the place itself. Here are some of the best places to live in Frankfurt.

  • Bahnhofsviertel
  • Ostend
  • Westend
  • Innenstadt
  • Kronberg

Yes. Any person, foreigner or otherwise can rent a house in Germany given they have proper documentation. However, compared to a resident, a foreigner may find it more difficult to rent a house. They will need additional documentation like a job letter or college acceptance letter to rent a house in Germany.

Frankfurt, like most of Germany, is a safe place to live. You'll find houses for rent in Frankfurt for a relatively reasonable price. Most areas in Frankfurt like Nordend, Hochst, Bockenheim, Innenstadt, Westend etc are safe.

Frankfurt attracts expats from all over the world and they determine their residence based on several factors like available Frankfurt flats. Here's where most expats end up.

  • Bornhein
  • Sachsenhausen
  • Kronberg
  • Nordend
  • Niederrad
  • Westend
  • Innenstadt

More than half the population in Frankfurt is foreign-born so there is a great expat community in Frankfurt. For those looking for job opportunities, it is one of the best places to be. The Frankfurt house rent while it's on the higher side is completely worth it. It has a large number of multinational corporations and an English-speaking population that makes it easy for expats to blend in.

Frankfurt is the financial hub of the European Union. It is home to two central banks namely European Central Bank and German Bundesbank. Further, the headquarters of large financial institutions namely Deutsche Bank, DZ Bank, Commerzbank, ING Diba, DekaBank, KfW Bankengruppe are located in Frankfurt.

Frankfurt is well connected with train (S-bahn), metro and bus stations. With 110 S-bahn stations spread across the city, you can get a train every 10-15 minutes on a weekday. Likewise, the maximum wait time for bus lines is 25 minutes on a weekday. Hence, one does not need to depend on the private transport for commuting in this city.

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