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Accommodation in Hamm and Lippstadt

Finding a flat or a room in a shared apartment can be a challenge. Here we provide you with some useful advice to find your perfect new home in Hamm or Lippstadt.

Accommodation in Hamm and Lippstadt

Are you already enrolled or are you going to study at the Hamm-Lippstadt University of Applied Sciences and are you looking for a place to stay? The Studierendenwerk Paderborn (student services) is responsible for the student residences of the HSHL. Additionally, there are a number of private offers for accomodation.

Finding a flat or a room in a shared apartment can be quite a challenge in Germany. More information about finding accommodation in general  provides the DAAD website.

Hamm

The student's residence hall, “Lofts im Zentrum” (Downtown Lofts), is providing accommodation for 99 residents. For further information go to the website www.studierendenwerk-paderborn.de.

Furthermore the Studierendenwerk Paderborn provides an online platform for landlords who want to offer private accommodations in Hamm. The Studierendenwerk is not a real estate agent and accordingly receives no commission. The service is free of charge and as part of their social commitment.

Lippstadt

In the midst of flower fields, privet hedges and the Weihe creek, on the corner of Unionstraße and Konrad Adenauer-Ring, there is the 3 story residence hall Unionstraße with 49 single 2-room shared apartments, provided by the Studierendenwerk Paderborn.  For further information go to the website www.studierendenwerk-paderborn.de.

Furthermore, the Studierendenwerk Paderborn provides an online platform for landlords who want to offer private accommodations in Lippstadt. The Studierendenwerk is not a real estate agent and accordingly receives no commission. The service is free of charge and as part of their social commitment.

Private market

Many students in Germany find an apartment for themselves or a shared flat with others on the private market. It might be difficult to rent an apartment without being in Germany, because many landlords would like to meet their future tenants in person before signing the contract. For international students it might also be challenging that some German landlords speak only little or no English at all. Flat advertisements are almost exclusively in German, too. The following list of common terms in advertisements from a private blog can be helpful in your search. Additionally we hereby offer you a German cover letter (including the translation, at your own convenience) which you can use when first contacting prospective landlords.

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