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Should I rent a room without actually visiting it in Warsaw?


Any_help_bro
17 Sep 2022 #1
Hello all,

I know my question might seem stupid but I am an international student whose university does not offer on-campus accommodation. And as accommodation is a necessity to get a visa, I have to rent a room without actually visiting it. I found one such room online which I am interested in but I will I have to sign the tenancy agreement without actually seeing it(which is a BIG NO-NO in renting) but I do not have any other choice.

Do you think this is wise? If not, what else should I do? Any and all help will be appreciated.
pawian 200 | 21,416
17 Sep 2022 #2
to sign the tenancy agreement without actually seeing it(

All ads with apartments of rooms for rent include photos. Why can`t you see the photos of your room?

I will I have to sign the tenancy agreement

Through a real estate agency? Ask them for photos. If they cheat, you will sue them later on.
traveler1 1 | 18
24 Jan 2023 #3
Never rent a place sight unseen. In any country. If you do, you probably deserve what you get. You've been warned.
Cargo pants 3 | 1,510
24 Jan 2023 #4
If they cheat, you will sue them later on.

GOOD LUCK in Poland with that.....Suggestion:Take matter in ya hands and do whateva:))))))))
LOL & remember politeness is not weakness:)))
pawian 200 | 21,416
27 Jan 2023 #5
GOOD LUCK in Poland with that

You can always sue anybody if you deem it necessary. However, PiS` failed "reform" of the judiciary didn`t help to make the system more efficient so the litigation might take even a few years.

Thank you, PiS!


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