PROGEDO Deutschland GmbH & Co. KG
Neudörfer Straße 12
Fon: +49 (0) 40 – 370 811 50
Managing Partner: Agata Seget and Theresa Walther
Our PROGEDO office Nuremberg is located in the West of Nuremberg between Main-Donau canal and Westpark, surrounded by historic town houses.
Our team in place offers highly competent advice, goal-oriented service, and information on relocation, settling-in and immigration of international employees and their families to companies as well as private individuals.
Established companies or young start-ups – our experts are by your side!
PROGEDO Nuremberg’s catchment area is all of Franconia. Be it Bayreuth, Bamberg, Würzburg, Ansbach, Amberg or Erlangen, the Nuremberg office will take good care of you.
The rivers and woods surrounding the city, hinder it from expanding, so building land is a rarity. Our relocation consultants in place always have an overview of where to find a good housing option for people looking for a home. They are well connected and have unique knowledge of the city which makes for a constant success in supporting our customers.
Furnished or unfurnished apartment, small or big home- our relocation specialists will find the perfect home for you with their know-how.
Additionally, to our professional support of home search, we provide you with services concerning daycare for your children, organizing your driver’s license transformation, and dealing with authorities.
We provide you with all necessary information on the application of a residence title. Be it checking your degree in Anabin, requesting a pre-approval letter from the federal employment agency, obtaining a visa or the application for an electronic residence title at the responsible department,
We will gladly provide you with further information. Just send us a short request, and we’ll get back to you immediately.
We are “the first friend abroad. “
PROGEDO PROFILE NUREMBERG
Nuremberg in figures
With a bit more than 535,000 inhabitants Nuremberg is the second biggest city in Bavaria. The city is divided into 10 districts consisting of 87 smaller quarters. More than 25,000 companies are in the metropolis region of Nuremberg.
Further information can be found here: nuernberg.de/statistiken
Housing market in Nuremberg
A move to Nuremberg from abroad needs to be well-prepared in advance and you need all your personal documents. It is best to start looking for an accommodation when you have settled for a date of arrival.
Once you have received your visa (if applicable) you can book a flight and a temporary accommodation from afar. We advise our customers to store their personal belongings until they have found an unfurnished accommodation. This can at worst take a couple of months.
Of course, we can get you connected with professional removal services, which support you with the transport of your goods and can also store them until you move in.
Average rental prices for Nuremberg for furnished */ unfurnished apartments in the city center and in the outer districts
- 1-room apartment unfurnished (with kitchen)
Altstadt / Nordstadt: 450-650€
Südstadt/outer districts: 400-600€
- 1-room apartment furnished
Altstadt / Nordstadt: 550-800€
Südtstadt/outer districts: 500-700€
- 2-room apartment unfurnished (with kitchen)
Altstadt / Nordstadt: 550-750
Südtstadt/outer districts: 450-650
- 2 room apartment furnished
Altstadt / Nordstadt: 750-1000€
Südtstadt/outer districts: 600-800€
Source: own research & experience
* with furnished apartments additional costs like water, gas and internet are included, but often electricity is not.
*furnished apartments usually include additional costs like water, gas and internet but exclude electricity
More on Nuremberg
School and Kindergarten
The Bavarian school system, which is valid for Nuremberg, starts with elementary school (grades 1-4). The elementary school is determined by the city of Nuremberg according to the child’s residential district. After that children continue with visiting a secondary school (certificate of secondary education after 9th grade, general certificate of secondary education after 10th grade) or grammar school (diploma after 13th grade).
In the city of Erlangen, only 17 km from Nuremberg, is the Franconian International School (FIS), aside from that there are also multiple private German schools in the area.
Since November 2019 one can only register for public as well as private daycare institutions via the city’s online tool. The assignment of a place is also issued via the tool. There are multiple clerical, public, private and bilingual daycare centers in the metropolitan region of Nuremberg.
- News about Nuremberg: https://www.nuernberg.de/internet/stadtportal/aktuelle_nachrichten.html
- Transport and mobility: https://www.nuernberg.de/internet/stadtportal/nuernberg_mobil.html
Living in Nuremberg
Singles as well as couples and families enjoy living in Nuremberg. Even though it is not a gigantic city sizewise, the city has everything to offer that one needs for a comfortable living. Public parks, opera, theaters, concerts, and a huge shopping area in the old town as well as events all year around. Especially culinarily the city and its surroundings have a lot to offer with beer gardens and restaurants. The old town and other districts stand out due to their historic flair: The interplay of vivid history and modern present enthuse locals as well as many tourists who come and visit Nuremberg.
Nuremberg’s PROGEDO guides you through all challenges and accompanies you on your way to your new surroundings individually and according to your demands and needs.
We are especially well cexperienced with working together with the local authorities and the foreigner’s department in Nuremberg and its neighboring cities Erlangen and Fürth – we work hand in hand with their offices and can successfully assist you with queries on a short notice. Thanks to our great network of private landlords, real estate agents, and real estate offices, we make finding an apartment possible on a short notice and can find objects outside of the standard publicly accessible market.
Already before your relocation we support you with information on applying for a visa, guide you on matters concerning a German health insurance and take care of finding a fitting accommodation for you as well as scheduling necessary administrative procedures with banks and local authorities. The satisfaction of our customers is always our highest priority. So you can keep your relocation in fond memories.
Frank Faggo, co-founder of PROGEDO and managing director of PROGEDO Nürnberg GmbH & Co. KG and of PROGEDO relocation Service GmbH & Co. KG in Düsseldorf has successfully completed a business administration degree after completing his school education and commercial apprenticeship.
Before Frank founded PROGEDO relocation in 1995 and entered the relocation business, he worked for Deutsche Bank AG as part of a management trainee programme. From 1992 to 1995 he was responsible for the finances of a German division of Kraft General Foods (Philip Morris) as controller (authorised signatory) and member of the management board.
Frank Faggo is married and has two children.
Relocation provider Nuremberg
Our staff and we in the Nuremberg PROGEDO office know all of Nuremberg’s corners and its wonderful diversity.
Beyond the pure Immigration & Relocation business we would like to share our knowledge with you and inspire you for our hometown!
10 facts about Nuremberg:
Metropolis region Nuremberg
The metropolis region Nuremberg counts 10 cities in an area of roughly 22,000 square kilometers. History can be experienced anywhere in those cities.
The most famous and popular destination for a daytrip is the Franconian Switzerland, roughly 50 km north of the city.
Franconia, not Bavaria
The people of Nuremberg consider themselves Franconians, not Bavarians even though the city is in the state of Bavaria. Nuremberg is considered the cultural and economical center of Franconia.
Nuremberg’s double castle
When people think of Nuremberg, the castle comes immediately to mind. It has been a landmark for 800 years. In the stables of the castle is a youth hostel these days, some buildings are used for events and state receptions. There are museums and gardens and the flora and fauna of the castle is as varied and diverse as the cultural program the castle offers. A unique highlight is the tour through the castle’s underground rock passages.
The Nuremberg Christkindlesmarket is one of the most famous Christmas markets in the world and one of the biggest in Germany. With more than 2 million visitors yearly it is not really a secret tip, but generations of tourists and locals have been enjoying the market for 400 years. Most order “drei im weckla”, three small Nuremberg roasted sausages in a roll.
The steam locomotive “Adler”
The steam locomotive “Adler” was the first steam locomotive used in Germany and was driving between Fuerth and Nuremberg for more than 20 years. Nuremberg keeps up with its spirit of modernization: Since 2007 it has established its first underground trains without drivers in Germany.
The Nuremberg toy trade fair is the world’s largest toy tradefair. Every year visitors from more than 60 countries come to the industry’s biggest event.
In Nuremberg, the German artist, painter, and mathematician Albrecht Dürer created his most important works. Up until today he is considered one of the most famous and most relevant representative of the Renaissance era.
Fountain: Not all that glitters is gold
Nuremberg has the “schöner Brunnen” (beautiful fountain) on Hauptmarkt, which has two rings that can be turned. One ring is black and the other one is gold. Locals turn the black ring, because not all that glitters is gold.
Near “Weißer Turm” is the “Ehekarussell” (marriage merry-go-round) fountain which humorously depicts scenes of a lifelong marriage.
Oldest preserved globe of the world
Martin Behaim’s “Earthapple” was commissioned in 1492 by Nuremberg’s city council and manufactured by a team of artists under the direction of Martin Behaim. It is considered the oldest preserved globe of the world.
Applying for a residence title in Nuremberg
Nuremberg’s foreigner’s department in Äußere Laufer G. 25, 90403 Nürnberg (Link: https://www.nuernberg.de/internet/einwohneramt/)is responsible for the application of electronic residence titles and thus the most relevant for foreign employees.
Of course, our professional immigration specialists provide our customers with all the necessary information so they can hand in their documents perfectly prepared at the foreigner’s department. Additionally, we accompany you or your employee to their respective appointment.
PROGEDO does not provide legal service according to §2 Abs 1 RDG. If there is need for legal service we work together with independent, competent lawyers.
Finding an apartment in Nuremberg
Nuremberg cannot expand. Rivers and woods do not allow any growth of the city. This has consequences for the housing market. Too few apartments are built and thus the 500,000 inhabitants plus all the people moving there face a shortage of living space. Real estate in the Altstadt and Nordstadt the demand always exceeds the offer. When ones German isn’t fluent it is quite a big challenge to succeed.
Thanks to our know-how it is feasible though. With a little patience, flexibility, and good planning we always find a suitable apartment for our customers!
Nuremberg has many districts with very different price categories. Currently landlords consider one third of your income as a maximum rent payment. A positive SCHUFA-entry as well as a declaration of no rental debts are essential for their commitment.