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Rental guide in Poland

STEP 1

Think about your budget.

You have to specify how much you can spend. Don’t forget about additional fees associated with renting a flat in Poland (more info below). If you specify your budget you should think about all important things that you need in your dream flat. Maybe you need a studio or maybe a two-bedroom flat? Think about the period you would like to stay in apartment. Also remember to specify if you need a parking space, because not every apartment has them. Distance from points of interest, like shops, universities, schools, bus stops can be also important to you. A full of life city center of maybe suburbs? Try to inform us about your needs at the beginning.  Make a pros and cons list and try to find a compromise.

STEP 2

Analyze

Analyze all the rental offers presented to you by agent and choose the most interesting one. If you have any questions or you don’t understand something do not hesitate to ask. Prime real estate agency agents are here to help you and resolve doubts.

STEP 3

Viewings

Next move is scheduling appointments with flat owners. Don’t worry if you decided to book your flat before arrival to Poland, you can rely on us and our knowledge. We can take pictures and videos showing all the details inside apartment. We won’t let you stay in apartment you are not happy in. We choose flats like we would do it for ourselves.

Why rent with us?

Our experience matching foreign tenants to their ideal properties located in main Polish cities.

Exclusive service provided by our experienced team helps you to  find the best apartment in Poland. We navigate the renting process step by step from the moment of your inquiry through the viewings to key collect and move in.

One point of contact, hundreds of properties to rent in the biggest cities in Poland.

Our service which is tailored to fit your needs will save your time and money

Simple process of for international clients is our goal. Every step of the way is assisted by our multilingual agents.

Important information

  • What is included in the rent?

  • — Rent in Poland includes money for the flat owner

  • What else will I have to pay?

  • — Admin fee (cleaning the common building area, heating)

    — Household bills (electricity, water, gas)

  • How much is the deposit?

  • — When you rent an apartment in Poland, deposit for owner is always required. Most of the times it’s equal to one month rent, but sometimes it might be more. Of course deposit is refundable at the end of your stay(when you leave the flat in good condition).

  • Lease contract

  • — Lease contract is an agreement written and signed between both parties. It protect both sides and explains responsibilities. Contract is bilingual (English and Polish) and clearly written, if you want to read it carefully, we can send you draft via e-mail. Usually rental length in Poland is 12 months.

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