Furniture rental in Frankfurt

Do you work in the industrial or financial sector? Then Frankfurt has a lot to offer to expats. But as an 'international' you can also find a challenge in other sectors in this German metropolis. By the way, Frankfurt not only has a lot to offer professionally; it is also a nice city where efficiency is key and where there is a lot to see and do.

Are you ready for a challenge as an expat in Frankfurt? Then it is a good idea to look for a cost-efficient way to furnish your temporary home in this German city.

At In-Lease, we offer numerous solutions in Frankfurt to furnish your temporary stay in an affordable and sustainable way, thanks to the concept of furniture rental.

How does furniture rental work in Frankfurt?

Creating a nice home when accepting a job in Frankfurt is important. This will ensure that you feel at home in your new place and that your family can better adapt to this change. Given the many professional opportunities, there are a lot of expats in the city, who of course all need temporary accommodation. Most houses or apartments are unfurnished, so you might have to get started with the furnishing and decoration yourself.

In-Lease offers a wide range of furniture packages and electrical appliances for rent in Frankfurt, both for private individuals and for companies.

Discover personalized solutions for furniture rental and furnishing in our rental shop. All our furniture is available in various formulas. In addition, you can count on home delivery of your package to your home in or around Frankfurt.

Frankfurt offers a wide range of apartments and houses of all sizes in the most urban areas. Further away from the city center you will find larger houses that you can rent or buy, perfect for expat families. However, rents have skyrocketed due to the high demand for (temporary) homes. Make sure to start your search for suitable accommodation well in advance.

Frankfurt; how and what?

Frankfurt is the fifth largest city in Germany. It is located at the river Main and is a city with a lot of industry. Besides that, it is the main financial center of the country. It has grown into a European metropolis with a strong international character.
Frankfurt has almost 800,000 inhabitants, of which almost a third are foreigners. 


As a resident of the European Union, living and working in Germany is not that complicated. You can work and stay there for up to three months with your identity card.

If you are from outside the EU, you need a work visa before you can work in Frankfurt. You will also have to register your temporary address at the embassy.


Are you planning a move to Frankfurt for a short or long period? In addition to housing and furnishing your home, there are many things to arrange before you leave. Below you will find some interesting links to prepare your move to Frankfurt as good as possible.

In-Lease has several offices spread across Europe and is available in 6 European countries. As a preferred partner, we are part of the CORT Global Network that offers similar services in 80 countries worldwide.

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