Berlin’s Landlords Rebelling as ‘Nonsense’ Law Threatens Returns

Until last week, Thomas Groth had no trouble finding young couples to pay 715 euros ($780) a month for a one-bedroom apartment on Rauchstrasse, a quiet, tree-lined street in Berlin’s embassy district. Next time he signs a lease, he’ll have to charge 40 percent less.

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