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Posts by PolishGirlThief  

Joined: 16 Mar 2019 / Male ♂
Last Post: 30 Mar 2021
Threads: 4
Posts: 18
From: Wroclaw
Speaks Polish?: No
Interests: Polish Language

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PolishGirlThief   
30 Mar 2021
Law / Starting Bar / Restaurant Business in Poland [13]

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What's the process of starting a restaurant in Warsaw?



I spoke to my wife about starting a restaurant in Poland and she was very discouraging. Saying how expensive it is and that the process of getting licenses is long and frustrating. Does anyone here know about starting a restaurant and the whole process?
PolishGirlThief   
12 Feb 2021
Genealogy / Want to find a person in Poland [716]

Your Topic says Lubin and post says Lublin. They are two different cities.

Sorry that was my fault, I've changed it now.
PolishGirlThief   
21 Nov 2020
Law / Do border guards in Poland visit homes randomly? [5]

They came when I first applied for my Karta Pobytu and they called before they came. This time, they just came unexpected. I am a Christian but they also mentioned that I am from a country where they are terrorists so you may be right. Thanks for your input cargo pants.
PolishGirlThief   
21 Nov 2020
Law / Do border guards in Poland visit homes randomly? [5]

The border guards visited my place and asked for my documents, they said they were on routine check. After checking my documents and making few calls, they left. I don't know if it's a random check or I am being targeted. Has any foreigner got such experience here?
PolishGirlThief   
13 Oct 2019
USA, Canada / Cigarettes reach nine dollars a pack in New York [57]

Cigarettes in Nigeria costs around 0.80 cents at the most, some brands are even cheaper. I came to Poland with 20 packs and my wife did the same. She doesn't smoke though.
PolishGirlThief   
3 May 2019
Love / Polish girls and their big butts [5]

I have been to a handful of countries in Europe and I must admit that Poland has the most girls with big butts in Europe. They might not be the most friendly girls but their butt makes up for that. Their body can make a man come out of depression, it can cause a man driving to have an accident, hell it can make a gay man change his sexuality. Man I'm gonna live and die in Poland.
PolishGirlThief   
15 Apr 2019
Language / What do foreigners find the hardest part of Polish? [63]

I'm still trying to master the alphabets then I can move on to how to pronounce words and numbers and also spell them. The simplest way to learning a language is to use an algorithm I think.
PolishGirlThief   
25 Mar 2019
Law / Importing Raw Cocoa beans to Poland for chocolates production. [3]

Does anyone here have an idea how profitable cocoa beans importation business is in Poland and what steps are required for importing edible products? I see there are lots of chocolates in Poland so obviously the demand for raw cocoa beans should be high.

I opened a thread about establishing a real estate business earlier but thinking of putting that on hold for now.
PolishGirlThief   
19 Mar 2019
Work / A job at a real estate agent vacancy in Wroclaw [22]

Lol a good businessman knows about taxes and always pays it. I also know you guys are trolls but let's have some fun. Firstly I have no interest in shipping SUVs or any sort of cars. From the sound of you guys, when I started doing real estate business, you lads were probably playing video games, soccer, chasing girls or drinking with the "boys".

Now take a minute and google apartments for rent in Eko Atlantic, Banana Island or Ikoyi. These are cities in "Nigeria". You haven't got a clue so how big real estate is where I'm coming from. The annual rental prices of apartments there will pay for some houses for sale in Wroclaw or even Warsaw. No jokes. The only reason I moved to Poland is because my wife wants to be close to her family. A wise man never argues with his wife.

Lul bul, you started off as a reasonable human, don't be a troll, it doesn't make your wallet heavier.
PolishGirlThief   
18 Mar 2019
Work / A job at a real estate agent vacancy in Wroclaw [22]

Lol funny lot on here. I don't mean to brag but I can afford not to work in Poland and still get paid on a regular from all the properties I manage in Nigeria. Just because some Polish people have a mindset doesn't mean every Polish person has thsame mindset. Lul bul already told me what A few things a I needed to understand.

No pun intended but you guys have little or no experience about real estate. A man with available funds can do anything when it comes to real estate. If/When I have a client interested in a property, I can buy the property in my wife's name or my brother in-laws name then resell the property to the client at a possibly higher price and still collect commission. The client doesn't need to know I own the property.This will only happen when the landlord or agent doesn't want to work with a black skinned man like myself.

Thanks a lot for the offer delphiandomine but I would rather discuss in the public chat, if the offer is good enough, then we arrange a meeting in public chat and meet up at a public place.
PolishGirlThief   
18 Mar 2019
Work / A job at a real estate agent vacancy in Wroclaw [22]

I don't really want to play the part where I have to give these people my clients for a small percentage. I was on the top of the food chain where I'm coming from and people bring clients to me. I would rather create a relationship with landlords or work with agents who know landlords directly.

Commercial briefs seem more of what I'm used to and the 2.5% is very fair, actually 1% is fair too if the property is very expensive.
PolishGirlThief   
17 Mar 2019
Work / A job at a real estate agent vacancy in Wroclaw [22]

My goal is to make more money obviously and thanks for giving me tips how it works here.

In Nigeria rent is paid yearly and commission depends on the amount of the rent. Is the rent is less than 500,000 Naira per year then the agent's commission is 50,000 naira ( 1 zl = 100naira). If the rent is above 500,000 naira then the agent's fee is 10% and if the rent is above 5,000,000 naira, the agent's fee is usually negotiable to 5% at the agent's discretion.

When it comes to sales, the agents charge 5% but this fee is also negotiable at the agent's discretion. I always give a discount to clients on the commission just to encourage them to patronize me. This trick works almost all the time because almost all agents are not willing to negotiate the commission so when they see an agent will to reduce the commission they "fall in love" with the agent.

Also most times agents have to network to market houses faster. For instance, I know the client and you know the landlord, we come together and share the commission 50 50. I know an agent who knows the client and you know the landlord then you take 50% of the commission and me and the other agent share 50%. Sometimes there are 6 agents involved but the agent who knows the landlord usually referred to as "the mandate or direct agent" still takes 50% of the commission and the other 5 agents have to share the other 50%. Is that how it works in Poland?

What's in for the Notariousz and lenders if they give contacts of potential clients to agents? Is they a charge or do they get a percentage of the agent's commission when a deal is sealed?

Sorry for the long post.
PolishGirlThief   
17 Mar 2019
Work / A job at a real estate agent vacancy in Wroclaw [22]

My first brief when I first started was sales but I closed more deals in rentals so I don't mind doing both. I'm open to both Commercial and residential as well. Sales is more money I know that but rental is more frequent. I am from Nigeria.
PolishGirlThief   
16 Mar 2019
Work / A job at a real estate agent vacancy in Wroclaw [22]

So I just read a topic about read estate agents on here from 2014 that's states agents do not need a license to work which is a relief to me (gives me some hope) because I would rather work on my own as I worked on my own while in my country

Also I read a lot of dissatisfaction about people saying how unreliable agents are which is the same where I am coming from but I beg to be different. Most of the clients I get are recommended from clients I have worked with as far back as six years ago. I have rented out five houses in my country to clients since I came to Poland three weeks ago. I'm eager to get to business so if there are any trustworthy agents on here who know landlords directly, I would appreciate if they can hit me up and we can run things.
PolishGirlThief   
16 Mar 2019
Work / A job at a real estate agent vacancy in Wroclaw [22]

I recently moved in the Poland with my family and I'm looking to continue working as a real estate agent in Poland since I have many years working as an agent. I found a vacancy for an agent in the city of Krakow of which they want someone who speaks English but my wife doesn't want to live in Krakow because she said it's dangerous especially for a black man. I don't speak Polish yet so I have limited options of job opportunities. If anyone can recommend real estate companies in Wroclaw that has vacancies or where I can summit a CV and wait until a vacancy comes up, pls let me know.