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Where to look on the internet for Poland Real Estate


Boz
14 Nov 2008 #31
Hi,

Couple of good sides are indom.pl and property-in-poland.biz. Both in English and have lots of advice on law and buying process.
rdywenur 1 | 155
5 Jan 2009 #32
There was just a nice article in the NY Times of a couple that bought White Hall in Kazimierz Dolny

nytimes.com/2008/12/31/greathomesanddestinations/31gh-poland.html?8dpc
lov_ely - | 1
18 Feb 2009 #33
If you are looking for a flat or house for rent or buy (or design and interior decorating) you can find it at Keen Property Partners. They are providing comprehensive services for real estate market
pawel1284
16 Mar 2009 #34
otodom.pl is THE BEST!
Guest
16 Apr 2009 #35
If you would like to buy in the pomorskie region, near the Tri-city. try going directly to the developers site. Orlex.pl
Necramancer 4 | 17
22 Apr 2009 #36
If you want large exclusive properties go to greenwood.oferty.net
Krakowfitout - | 8
13 May 2009 #37
Thank you for the information, very informative.
eoiner
25 May 2009 #38
another interesting property sales website and protal - anopili.com - Real estate listings
roysterdoyster 2 | 7
16 Jun 2009 #39
Jun 16, 09, 18:27 - Thread attached on merging:
Polish Real Estate Websites

Looking online I notice that most properties come with the description by sq mtrs and rooms.

To ask a stupid question what does rooms actually mean Living room+bedroom(s).

So what should I look for if I want a 2 bed property?

Also, I am trying to get my head around Sq mtrs, In the UK we go by individual room measurements, with normally a plan.

So what is shoebox size, family size and getting on for penthouse size

Thanks!
SeanBM 35 | 5,808
16 Jun 2009 #40
what does rooms actually mean Living room+bedroom(s).

If it is in the Polish language, rooms means bedrooms plus living room.
So if it is a three roomed apartment, it should have two bedrooms.

Also, I am trying to get my head around Sq mtrs,

There are lots of free conversion programs on the net, like this one
onlineconversion.com

In the UK we go by individual room measurements, with normally a plan.

It is common practice here to get a plan before you even see the apartment.
This will have the room sizes on it.

So what is shoebox size

Here is a very rough calculation.

15-25 shoebox size. (studio).
40-50 m2 1 bed.
50-60 m2 2 bed.
70-90 m2 3 bed.
130 + penthouse.

Happy hunting!.
zoo - | 3
20 Jun 2009 #41
One good property listing in pomorskie region is pbon.pl
pinkladyem
30 Jun 2009 #42
we have a property for sale in poland. Anyone interested?
alehandro - | 8
10 Jul 2009 #43
Hi I am Alex from London is your flat still for sale, if yes then please send over some details.
All the best
magdalenaG 2 | 67
20 Aug 2009 #44
I see that Property Secrets have gone bust .... a lot of stranded buyers out there I would think, who don't have the first clue about the Polish property market.
SeanBM 35 | 5,808
20 Aug 2009 #45
I see that Property Secrets have gone bust ....

With a subscription website of 55,000 members and 200,000 visitors per month,

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Property_Secrets
propertysecrets.net
Wroclaw Boy
20 Aug 2009 #46
SeanBM

Notices to creditors will be issued over the next few days, notifying them of a meeting to be held on 8th September at the offices of the proposed insolvency practitioner, Walletts

Unbelievable, theyre taking the money and running, creditors will be lucky to see any of their funds back. They will get tied up in a never ending Insolvency circus where the only winner is the insolvency practitioner.. Its legally spent on every single procedure where the hourly rate can be upto £600 and not usually less than £150. Thats emails, phone calls, everything even the secretary answering enquiries will be billed at around £250 / hour all taken from the creditors pot.

I hope its a big pot £250,000 can be eaten easily and quickly depending on the case and id imagine this one is failry complicated.
paulinuk - | 12
31 Aug 2009 #47
krn.pl but you,ll have to work it out its in polish
polsky 2 | 84
27 Oct 2009 #48
propertysecrets.net is not updated anymore since 5th August :(

mamdom.com in spite of all prices of real estate going down, are among the only ones who saw some imaginary 22% rise of prices (!?!?) in Lublin and Krakow... which brings big questions about the validity of this website
andy b 4 | 156
27 Oct 2009 #49
You can download an up to date summary of the residential market in Poland on this link: rednetconsulting/lang_EN/
jbartoszewicz - | 1
15 Nov 2009 #50
metrohouse

One of the biggest real-estate agency in Poland. It has affiliates in Warsaw, Wrocław, Gdańsk, Olsztyn and many other cities. Their webpage is multilingual so it`s very easy to navigate.
delphiandomine 83 | 17,771
17 Nov 2009 #51
in spite of all prices of real estate going down, are among the only ones who saw some imaginary 22% rise of prices (!?!?) in Lublin and Krakow... which brings big questions about the validity of this website

As I recall, many of the native English speakers working in 'property' in Poland use Mamdom - and these people are among the worst when it comes to property prices.
Wroclaw Boy
26 Nov 2009 #52
Ive never go anywhere near Mamdom, it was an OK resource for foreign investors, i know that the Director Tim Hill has published a few books, its pretty biased stuff to be honest.
delphiandomine 83 | 17,771
26 Nov 2009 #53
That's one thing I'm trying to do with my company - avoid the situation where most of these companies have links with certain businesses and they cream off two lots of profits. I like to think that we can actually be impartial. I've certainly got no interest in promoting overpriced property - I wouldn't buy it myself, and I can't expect anyone paying me to actually recommend something like that to them.

(rare in Poland, I know...!)
andy b 4 | 156
27 Nov 2009 #54
Mamdom is ok, but I have never used it myself. The only advantage is the fact that it has listings in English, but it doesn't look like they are updated too often these days, and there is lots of overpriced properties which have been left on there for a long time. If you are after a good portal with Polish properties, then there are lots of Polish-only portals which are much bigger and better, such as krn, morizon, nportal.

As I recall, many of the native English speakers working in 'property' in Poland use Mamdom - and these people are among the worst when it comes to property prices

I think this should be in the past tense delphiandomine! A few years ago, every man and his dog (and many of them dodgy) were trying to flog Polish property, not to mention Bulgarian/Albanian property etc. The good thing about the correction is that hopefully most of these dodgy operators have been flushed out.

On a related point, when are the mods going to do something about this guy who is spamming the real estate section of Polish forums? I am really sick of it. It's impossible for sane people to have normal discussions about the market!
carl marx
27 Nov 2009 #55
Ive never go anywhere near Mamdom, it was an OK resource for foreign investors, i know that the Director Tim Hill has published a few books, its pretty biased stuff to be honest.

I agree they are way overpriced and I think is mostly serving to brits i bought mine through news papers also hiring realtors who manage properties are so slow too much into there own interests even when they charge u 9% i had to rent my on myself(with help of a friend) after they stayed vacat for 6to 9 months at posh central location.

The builders are even now dropping prices on houses apartments are down by almost 25% but good commercial ones are still high residentials(some new ones) are even asking 19 to 23 k a sq metre which is outrageous and u have to put around 2/300 in it.i guess its the first time poles are seing a downward trend in there realestate but they are not willing to accept and they do have holding power as there is no real estate tax minimal)and minimal insurance(if they have it)

Average return on residentials are around 2.5 to 4 max and commercials are3.5 to 6 on solid investments if the tenanant is solid.
Best way to buy is ask ur friend/gf or any polish speaker to get on newspaper and drive around with gps cuz the realtors in poland arent that motivated(cuz they had the golden era only) will show u cpl of properties and back off so u r on ur own basxically:)
convex 20 | 3,978
30 Nov 2009 #56
gumtree... you can buy or rent direct from the owners. If you don't speak Polish, google translate does a fairly decent job.
delphiandomine 83 | 17,771
30 Nov 2009 #57
Be careful with Gumtree though with renting - people seem to have a very nasty habit of putting one thing on there, then the reality is completely different. I'm not sure why - when it's immediately obvious when you visit the property, but hey.
andy b 4 | 156
1 Dec 2009 #58
Personally, I would only consider an offer on gumtree which has photos. If an owner can't be bothered to put some photos (or a price even sometimes), then it's not worth pursuing.
vndunne 43 | 279
20 Jan 2010 #59
Hi. This might be of use to people. There is a new Polish Real Estate Portal - daft.pl. Has property from all over poland. Only in polish though.

Regards,
Vincent
bravo 4 | 63
20 Jan 2010 #60
Im tyring to sell a 35 sm apartment at pl zbawiaciela on marszalkowska st. Any takers?


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