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Buying appartment in Poland - Kitchen / bathroom


maria2323  
19 Mar 2017  #1

Hello!

I have never bought an appartment ever in my life, so maybe this question sounds stupid to some of you.

I maybe want to buy a new appartment directly from a developer/agencja however in my country they include to a new appartment always a basic kitchen and a basic bathroom. I have heard stories that in Poland they deliver your appartment totally empty without kitchen and bathroom. Could someone confirm and tell how the situation is in Poland?

Thank you :)

Maria

peter_olsztyn Activity: 5 / 1,006
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19 Mar 2017  #2

I have heard stories that in Poland they deliver your appartment totally empty without kitchen and bathroom.

Yup. It is a common practice, an empty flat, only walls. Then you add golden handles and chandeliers by your own.
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20 Mar 2017  #3

Yup. It is a common practice, an empty flat, only walls.

It's the normal practice. Some years ago they tried selling apartments with bathrooms and kitchens (and maybe flooring too) already installed (pod klucz) and the reaction.... was not positive. Polish buyers seem to like making decisions about kitchen and bathroom and flooring for themselves.

I just checked and you can find apartments ready to move into (again look for the term 'pod klucz') but you'll have to do some looking.

article in Polish about the phenomenon...

findelio.pl/artykuly/stan-pod-klucz-definicja-i-koszty



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