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Your guide to Finding a House in Saxony

Saxony Homes

Bordering the federal states of Brandenburg, Saxony Anhalt, Thuringia, and Bavaria, Saxony is a landlocked federal state of Germany. It also borders other countries such as Poland and the Czech Republic, so there's plenty of opportunities to travel when you purchase a house in Saxony. Dresden is the capital city while Leipzig is the largest, though you're sure to find your dream home no matter which part of the region you decide to relocate to. No matter the kind of house in Saxony you're looking for or the budget you have, we can help you find something.

What Life Will be Like

The region of Saxony boasts a beautiful mix of history and culture, giving you plenty to explore. From spectacular architecture to fascinating museums, there's a whole host of things for you to see and do while living in Saxony. If you want to find out more, check out our area guide here: https://www.ew-realestate.com/news/article/129/things-to-do-in-saxony

LATEST NEWS

The cost of real estate on the German North Sea islands is rapidly rising
06/06/22
The cost of real estate on the German North Sea islands is rapidly rising
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The latest report published by the real estate agency Von Poll showed that housing prices in Germany on the islands in the North Sea are skyrocketing. According to the agency, prices for real estate in the North Frisian Islands (located in Schleswig-Holstein)…
Tenants may be exempt from utility charges
25/04/22
Tenants may be exempt from utility charges
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The German Tenants' Association has proposed abolishing heating bills. The initiative has a simple rationale: the tenant pays the full heating bill without having any say over maintenance work that might reduce heat loss in the home. The project is currently…
Average home size increases in Germany
30/03/22
Average home size increases in Germany
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The average home size in Germany has grown by 20% in the last 30 years, and this trend is gaining momentum. According to experts from Empirica Regio, Germans are increasingly opting for larger homes. The study included all German cities with a population…