HEADQUARTER

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The HEADQUARTER in Frankfurt is fulfilling the expectations of smart people who want to study and live in direct proximity to both the university and the city. The 264 apartments for students have style, feature a well thought out living concept, and – due to being fully furnished – provide for a "come in and let's live" experience. The only things missing are your application for an apartment and the approval from the Head-Hunter! Please bear in mind: the rental period is at least 12 months. If you have to leave earlier than this, e. g. because of a semester abroad, you should present a subsequent tenant.

All inclusiv.

To us, it is important that you know: the costs for living at the HEADQUARTER are absolutely transparent. There are no hidden ancillary or surprising additional payments. Rather, there is a fair flat rate for absolute high-quality furnishings and important services.

More HEADQUARTER

The Head-Hunters have already been briefed. Because after the successful opening of Frankfurt and the next HEADQUARTER in Münster, apartments for students in other cities are going to follow. When? Soon. Where? Stay online.

FAQ

You can find the answers to the most frequently asked questions regarding living at the HEADQUARTER in our FAQs!

At the HEADQUARTER, things get started for as low as 280 euros plus ancillary costs flat rate

Most of the apartments at the HEADQUARTER are of type Classic. Including flat-rate ancillary costs, you are looking at 500 euros. Of the other types, there are only smaller quantities available so that these will be booked out the fastest. Smaller and larger types, depending on availability, which you can check at the location page for Frankfurt or Münster.

Head-Hunter.

That's what we call the smart people in our HEADQUARTER rental team. If you are among the lucky ones who receive a contract for one of the 264 apartments, one of our Head-Hunters will give you a call.

 

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