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Wrocław has some of the highest rents in Poland


InWroclaw 89 | 1,915
14 Sep 2012 #1
According to Tablica.pl

Table of rents across Poland

Not going to help my case for negotiating with the landlord of a place I have been looking at!
pawian 161 | 9,971
15 Sep 2012 #2
Come on. You know that worn out joke about statistical betrayal of one`s wife?
OP InWroclaw 89 | 1,915
15 Sep 2012 #3
I might remember it if you post it, can't say at this time of night my brain's going to spare my blushes and retrieve it voluntarily...
pawian 161 | 9,971
15 Sep 2012 #4
If your neighbour betrayed his wife twice while you didn`t, statistics say you betrayed yours at least once.

Conclusion: average prices of flats/houses from the Net may go down substantially when you contact the owner in real life.
OP InWroclaw 89 | 1,915
15 Sep 2012 #5
Not heard that before, but I do get the drift, good stuff :O)

Looks like the high rents are due to demand.

Had an ad on Gumtree seeking a flat at what used to be a reasonable rent - not one response.

Put some offers in on some flats, rejected. Seems pretty buoyant for landlords if the flat's half decent.
Harry
20 Sep 2012 #6
Seems pretty buoyant for landlords if the flat's half decent

Wait until the first set of winter heating bills hit, landlords can then get a bit nervous.
OP InWroclaw 89 | 1,915
20 Sep 2012 #7
Thanks Harry :o)

I'm quite fed up where I am - neighbourhood's gone right down, drunks at night, gangs and skinheads, noise from the selfish types upstairs, and the monthly admin/service charge up too.


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