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Started by wst , 20 May Posted 3 Apr Well Lucky you.. Down here we tend to get yearly letters and the prices do tend to go up every few years. Posted 9 Apr Yes, it does. You don't have to pay it directly but your landlord will pass it on to you like other extra charges. Posted 5 Oct Incidentally, if you're not already a member of the Mieterverein, now would be a good time to join. Do you know how often those assessments made?

If it is each 10 years, could somehow make a sense. I moved out from this apartment within the year , so may be it was sold after I left. So, may be thats how the new assessment came? I can't say that it's impossible, but in my experience, an increase of that kind is highly unlikely. The property value its Einheitswert can theoretically be updated every 6 years, but they're only rarely adjusted in practice - at least here in Berlin. According to previous posters, Bavaria might be different.

The important thing is that the landlord can't simply make something up and demand that you pay it. He has to provide documentation. As mentioned bz El Jeffo, ask for the bill and also be sure that the bill is just for the parts of the building that you rented. Posted 24 Oct The ex-landlord just replied that 'it was a mistake' No apologies have I received.

Now, am I wrong to think here about bad intentions? How can one make such a mistake and that specific number? Anyone can see anything wrong here with the figures? What do you think, shall i ask all the invoices of each cost here? You can ask to see all the bills - either the originals at the landlord's premises or a mutually agreed location, or he can charge you to make copies.

The figures for Winterdienst and Gartenpflege seem a bit low, but that's to your advantage. Sounds ok. In that case, you're missing some information: the total costs for the building and how those costs are apportioned to your unit by living space, by unit, by consumption, or a combination of the three.

The figures pro-rating the days with the total figures are correct, but you have no idea how he arrived at those totals. You're entitled to see proof of that and all the other expenses. He's not giving you a proper statement as far as I can see.

He seems to be giving you only your total for the year and then what you have to pay based on not having spent the full year there. I have always gotten a statement showing the full cost of utilities for the building and then my portion based on my percentage of the area. The cost of the hausmeister etc.

I have a document which seems to be sent from the Hausmeister to the landlord showing these figures, only for though:. You need to be a member in order to leave a comment.

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy! Unexpected Grundsteuer bill Started by wst , 20 May Share this post Link to post Share on other sites. Basically, yes, the landlord can charge German property tax to the tenant. I would like to ask you guys your valued opinions; How can a 5 times raise in a year possible? Ask to see the bill from the city. If he can't prove it, you don't have to pay it.

Also, as an owner, I never experienced significant increase in my property tax. Well, i had asked of course Now I am suspicious about all. Is this a single unit in a multi-family building or is it a free-standing house? It is a 3 floor building with 6 separate apartment units. Prev 1 2 Next Page 2 of 2. Create an account or sign in to comment You need to be a member in order to leave a comment Create an account Sign up for a new account in our community.

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