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Looking for similar buildings in Poland for investing


Zlatko
24 Aug 2019  #1
Hello, I would like to buy property in Poland. However, I noticed some of the new buildings look too sterile, like Scandinavian (white and gray or just gray). I would like to ask whether there are buildings like these in Poland:

google.com/maps/@42.6745762,23.3244684,3a,75y,30.76h,103.05t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1sYg94t_zzr2GcIUcPPhhHtg!2e0!5s20150601T000000!7i13312!8i6656

google.com/maps/@42.6807537,23.325071,3a,75y,247.46h,105.13t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1s66su-VYtyRqUvXd_nKhalQ!2e0!5s20120301T000000!7i13312!8i6656

And this one more chic: google.com/maps/@42.6754629,23.3546445,3a,75y,128.55h,108.68t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1sRYpxkR7Ek7U7f3FQ5kzxvA!2e0!7i13312!8i6656

Thanks in advance!
Cargo pants 1 | 106
24 Aug 2019  #2
They are all over in Poland,some of those buildings are built not long ago, may be 5 to 10 years back.Are to looking to buy building like those,who have commercial and residentials?
OP Zlatko
24 Aug 2019  #3
I am looking to buy apartments mostly in them or/and commercial space, not the whole buildings ;)
Cargo pants 1 | 106
24 Aug 2019  #4
Which town and how much area of each unit? how do you plan to manage them?
OP Zlatko
24 Aug 2019  #5
Katowice, Krakow or Warsaw.
But I prefer Krakow or Warsaw. I will rent them out and live in one.
kaprys 2 | 1,826
25 Aug 2019  #6
The buildings in the photos don't look very new either.
The first thing you need to keep in mind is that the architecture will be slightly different as it's a different part of Europe.

You may think about old kamienice and you'll find lots of them in all cities you mentioned. Or new buildings. They may look 'sterile' because they're new.

Whatever you choose , assess your budget first as none of these cities is cheap. In Kraków it'll be roughly 7-12 thousand złoty per square metre (or even more in Warsaw) -plus you need to have some extra money for renovation (after all you need to attract customers) and extra costs connected with buying property. And it will take years to get back what you invested. Have a look at some offers from olx

Kamienice in Kraków
gratka.pl/nieruchomosci/mieszkania/krakow/sprzedaz?typ-zabudowy=kamienica
Warsaw
gratka.pl/nieruchomosci/mieszkania/warszawa/sprzedaz?typ-zabudowy=kamienica
Cargo pants 1 | 106
25 Aug 2019  #7
I will rent them out

In residentials its not that easy,those SUITCASE tenants tend to leave where as in commercials once the tenant starts making money he will be there for years/decades,without giving you any hassle.And you can squeeze them a bit also depending how much they are making.Also if you sign right 777 umowa you can get the commercial tenants out in 7 days on conditions agreed upon,in case of residentials forget it.

@ Kaprys:I prefer otodom which has more descriptive situation of the property then OLX
Zzpla
21 Sep 2019  #8
Hello, I would like to know whether one can find similar-looking new properties in Poland, combining white with red and gray (or just white and red):

static.bulgarianproperties.com/property-images/big/66569_1.jpg

apollo-frankfurt.akamaized.net/v1/files/855yruremrpv1-BG/image;s=800x600

I like how the red makes the style slightly less sterile unlike similar buildings only in gray and white. :) Still, it's not as flashy as a Mediterranean resort so it doesn't look oriental. Also, white and red are the colors of the Polish flag.

I think Krakow has similar style: krakow.nowemieszkania.pl/mieszkanie,Grupa-Matejek,Zacisze-Kordiana-III,3999.html
kaprys 2 | 1,826
21 Sep 2019  #9
Just google nowe osiedle and check the google images.
For example Wrocław
tabelaofert.pl/nowa-raclawicka-raclawicka-wroclaw-krzyki-mieszkania-na-sprzedaz,i7473892
tabelaofert.pl/browary-wroclawskie-jednosci-narodowej-wroclaw-srodmiescie-olbin-mieszkania-na-sprzedaz,i6468284


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