Programmer Vasily Zubarev, who moved from Novosibirsk to Berlin, said that he had accumulated half a million euros in debt due to the mortgage he took to buy a house in the German capital. It showed a screenshot from a banking app in . twitter.
“He came from Cyprus. At passport control, all men were asked how much money they had and whether they would have enough for a vacation in Germany. Since I have a mortgage, I opened my banking app in advance with a balance of minus 520.000 €. But they did not ask how, ”said the expert.
In the comments, many were surprised by the real estate prices in Berlin. Zubarev explained that this is the true cost of a mortgage, and that housing in the German capital was purchased for an extremely high sum for the Russians.
“Yes, like you, ironically, I lost every time they asked me about the prices of apartments in Berlin,” he added, posting a meme mentioning the amount of 1 million euros.
According to Zubarev, high real estate prices are currently observed in almost all European countries. “Unless the **** (remote cities) of Montenegro are €300,000 by now.” summarized the programmer.
Former IT specialist from Belarus said about his conflicting impressions of working for a German IT company, pointing to the problems he did not face in his homeland.
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