Are you going to a property in Poland? Don't make those common mistakes. See what you need to know

Nowadays, a lot of individuals looking for a property in Poland. Some of those people are searching for a room to rent, another - for warehouse space in Poland. Doesn’t really what kind of real estate in Poland you are looking for. You should still make sure that you are not goint to make the most common mistakes, that many people do while searching for a property in Poland.


To begin with, many individuals are too easily tempted with the promotions. You should be aware that if the price is too low, there has to be a reason for it. In Poland, real estate buildings which have comparable standard and are based in similar location, usually are offered for a very comparable price, more information here: real estate poland. So, if you find an add of a property for extremely attractive price, do check twice all of the conditions as well as terms. Probably there is a hidden reason for such a low price.
real estate
Prepared by: Bill Wilson
Oryginal: http://www.flickr.com

What is more, lots of individuals in Poland hope to rent their property without signing the official contract. It is particularly visible in the field of room and apartment renting. Official tax is perceived as high thus many landlords try to avoid it. It is a pretty common practice, specially among students which aim for as cheap place as possible. In such case, renting with no legal contract usually help to cut down the cost. Nonetheless, you should know that it is quite a risky practice. E.g., if the owner changes the lock and just kick you out of the apartment, you have no proof that you were really renting the apartment.
construction of real estate
Prepared by: Jocelyn Kinghorn
Oryginal: http://www.flickr.com
Definitely, it is only 1 possible situation out of plenty of others. Thus, you can avoid this mistake as well as all the risk it brings, by ensuring that a contract is signed and its terms are transparent.


Last but not least, always carefully check the location. A property may seem to be close to the city centre or another place you are especially interested in. Nevertheless, it may be true only from a “geographicall” point of view. It means that to really reach the city centre, you will have to change buses four times or there will be no connecting road. Sometimes places that are more remoted are actually better connected with another part of the city than these “geographically” close. Therefore, you shouldn’t focus solely on the distance in the terms of kilometres. Always check also roads, bus connections or other similar factors that will be important for you later.

Posted by Administrator on 2019-01-12 14:11:27
Tags: buildings, city, law