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Rental prices Poland, how they vary from town to city and old/new properties.


Guest  
13 May 2009 /  #1
It would be interesting, for those interested! If we could use our collective knowledge to outline how rental costs vary from city to town and from old to new properties.

Gdansk new build, central location, 70sqm p.c.m costs ?zl

Warsaw ol building, old town, 45sqm p.c. costs ?zl

Etc anyone able to help?
Wroclaw Boy  
13 May 2009 /  #2
It would be interesting

Interesting!!

Thats boring as hell dude.

New or old is irrelivant its the condition thats important.
Polonius3 1,000 | 12,448  
23 May 2009 /  #3
Loook up estate agents Strzelecki:
strzelecki-nieruchomosci.gratka.pl/oferty
okgirl66 3 | 90  
23 May 2009 /  #4
rental costs vary from city to town

Actually this would be very useful for those of us planning to move to Poland soon. It's difficult as I'm not yet fluent in Polish to decide which town/area to move to although I know roughly which area I would like to be in. Good idea - but not much enthusiasm !!
troubled  
28 Sep 2009 /  #5
How can you recommend strzelecki-nieruchomosci.gratka.pl/oferty/
They are not a sound business. To be able to sell their flats they trample on the rights of other people. In buildings where they provide house management services they are capable of turning off gas (heating) pipe of old people flats and make them freeze several days in order that the people do what they want.
omalley 2 | 27  
1 Oct 2009 /  #6
Hi rental property in Gdansk will cost around 1200 pzl - 1500 pzl a month, stay clear of agents as they will charge quite a lot in fee's, it is much better to just look in the local papers. We looked at quite a few places a couple of months ago, this was an average price. If you go outside the city's and try some of the large towns outside like Wejherowo or Kartuzy, then the price can drop by as much as a half!!! BUT althouth the roads are better in Poland than they were, they are very busy and getting around by car can be slow. Train and bus are really, really cheap. For me Gdynia is an excellent place to live.

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