Cases in which landlords were penalized for lower rents caused a stir in Stuttgart. In an interview with BW24, an expert explains that these are exceptions.
Stuttgart – Living in Stuttgart is an expensive affair. But it's not just in the region that renters have to dig deep into their pockets – rents are skyrocketing everywhere in Germany's big cities. Cases have now become known in the state capital in which landlords have been penalized by the tax office for offering cheaper rents.
At BW24*, an expert takes a stand and explains why he finds the behavior of politicians dishonest.
Ulrich Wecker, Managing Director of Haus & Grund in Stuttgart, explains that it is not forbidden for landlords to offer low rents. One should not only deduct so-called advertising costs. *BW24 is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.