well, it's lots of money... better buy an apt...
Easier said than done in a country where the banks are very risk adverse and exchange rates are extremely volatile right now.
Credit checks and references should be scrutinised, i dont think thats practised in poland.
Is there even a central credit database like in the UK?
References, without a shadow of a doubt.
Even if you earn 2700 zloty a month how can handing over all your wages to the lanlord be justified...what a mess
As I said - if you're unemployable and having to live off your partner's salary (which isn't very high because she went to a private university to earn a joke degree in "marketing" or likewise) - 2700zl is a lot of money. But then again, you can't expect to live in a fully furnished apartment in a good location if you're earning that kind of money, either.
I'm not sure why people are so shocked at higher-end apartments being priced at a level that only higher-end people can afford.
While we're at it, how much is a beer and a pack of smokes going for now a days?
Beer is running at what, about 4-6 euro in Dublin. Cigarettes - last time I was there, they were running about 8 euro a packet.