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What do I need to buy a house/flat or property in Warsaw?


pioneer4eva
31 Jan 2012 #1
As a Brit moving to Warsaw soon for work and life experience what are the rules if i wanted to buy a house/flat or property and what are the best prices?Please help.
JonnyM 11 | 2,620
31 Jan 2012 #2
Warsaw is mostly flats, so houses are disproportionately expensive unless they're a long way out of town. Prices are comparable to provincial England outside the South-East, except for the city centre which is expensive. No special rules if you're a British citizen unless you want to buy a farm or a forest. The buyer instead of/as well as the vendor pay the agent. Have a look at gumtee.pl for some ads.
Chris1977 1 | 6
31 Jan 2012 #3
Another good website is Gratka.pl

I live in Piaseczno just outside Warszawa, it takes me 35 min to drive into centrum, straight down Pulawska and there are some lovely houses around the Nowa Iwiczna, Nowa Wola, and Lesznowola way. I've seen some houses around the 120/150 sq feet for 325,000 Zloty mark (empty inside) I would say don't get to fixated on Warszawa and look around the borders for some great deals.

Chris
OP pioneer4eva
31 Jan 2012 #4
Thanks Jonny for your help,what about flats?are they any good and are they cheap?

Thanks Chris for your help,what about flats?are they good and are they cheap?
rt3d 10 | 46
31 Jan 2012 #5
Chris, please provide evidence to support your claims

some lovely houses around the Nowa Iwiczna, Nowa Wola, and Lesznowola way. I've seen some houses around the 120/150 sq feet for 325,000 Zloty mark (empty inside)
JonnyM 11 | 2,620
1 Feb 2012 #6
Thanks Jonny for your help,what about flats?are they any good and are they cheap?

Flats are generally good but watch out for 'wielki plyty' (system built blocks). Prices vary according to area - the right bank of the Vistula is generally cheaper than the left (though it has its posh areas and the left bank has its bad ones). Commuter towns in the greater Warsaw area are usually cheaper and have a better quality of life. There's always a demand for flats in the capital so prices there are higher than most of Poland. As I said, comparable to the North of England - a bit cheaper, say, than Leeds. Avoid newly built flats - they are usually sold as shells, with not even internal doors, windowsills or a toilet!

the Nowa Iwiczna, Nowa Wola, and Lesznowola way. I've seen some houses around the 120/150 sq feet for 325,000 Zloty mark (empty inside)

This sounds about right though the house would be a shell at that price and you'd have to fit it out.
Chris1977 1 | 6
1 Feb 2012 #7
rt3d Hey, Here is but one but I have seen many, I really can't be bothered to search.

lesznowola.nieruchomosci-online.pl/dom,na-sprzedaz/941235.html
fromkorea - | 1
16 Nov 2012 #8
Merged: Planning to purchase an apartment in Warsaw - price and taxes

Hi, there

I'm just wondering how much buying a small flat costs in Warsaw?

how about tax? Can anyone know realtor here or give me some good info?

Thanks,
unuser_lol
17 Apr 2017 #9
Merged:

I would like to buy an house in piaski (warszawa)



Hello, I would like to buy an apartment of 1 or 2 rooms in Warszawa (piaski neighberhood, its in north).
For less than 200,000 złoty.

Where can I find?
cms 9 | 1,255
17 Apr 2017 #10
Try Otodom or Gratka websites - but for that price you will really struggle. You might find something basic for around 250.000 but probably only one room.
unuser_lol
17 Apr 2017 #11
Thanks, I am just looking for a small room/house, not aomething very special or luxurious, hope I can find aomething - I will try..
unuser_lol
17 Apr 2017 #12
Ohh.. And if you are not a citizen of poland, but have visa student/work, you can live in the apartment?


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