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More than 100 interested parties per apartment in attractive locations are not uncommon. In other regions, however, demand is completely absent. The result - apartments and houses stand empty.
People's lives have always changed disruptively. The triggers range from inventions like electricity to historical events like the fall of the iron curtain. The current situation is also such an event. A virus that paralyzes the entire life of society leaves the world in a different state.
Although the shortage of skilled workers is not a widespread phenomenon in Germany, it has become a serious problem in some industries. Property managers, housing companies, construction companies, real estate agents - they all complain about massive problems in finding qualified employees. The reasons for this are complex, but the good news is that solutions are available.
With the entry into force of the new EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) on May 25, 2018, the previously applicable Federal Data Protection Act (BDSG) was revised or replaced. In the future, all property managers, housing companies and property managers will have to observe some new data protection guidelines.
The letting of dwelling is a complex affair: Exposés provide, prospective customer inquiries answer, the credit-worthiness of potential tenants examine. Whether you are real estate owners yourselves or as house and housing management the interests of landlords and tenants represent: Manual processes in the letting costs a lot of time.