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Rental prices in Warsaw - article; it gives a useful idea of how the different "gminas" are positioned.


sobieski 107 | 2,128
25 Mar 2014 #1
Interesting article in ŻW - average rental prices in Warsaw.

Rental rates for two rooms are the highest in the Warsaw city center. Cheapest proposals waiting for tenants in Bialoleka.

During the year, the rents for two rooms in Śródmieście (Downtown) have risen of about 7 percent. (from less than 2.7 thousand to approx. 2.9 thousand zl per month).

About 7 percent are more expensive rental rates in one of the cheaper and less popular among tenants area - in Wesola district. Here for the rental of "two" we pay approx. 1.6 thousand zl per month. However, in the Wola which belongs to the popular neighborhoods, there were a 6-percent rent increases, that is, to 2.5 thousand zl per month - informs Szybko.pl service .

Last year the Wawer district experienced 5-percent decline in rental rates - up to 1.6 thousand zł per month. Today on Bialoleka, a tenant will pay for two rooms average of more than 1.5 thousand. zł per month, while a year ago this rate exceeded 1.6 thousand zł. In this district the average rent for a "two" is the lowest in Warsaw.

Prices are primarily influenced by local conditions. Repair of the bridge and traffic jams make less and less willing to rent in Bialoleka. Rents prices are getting lower here.

Meanwhile in Wola district, there are new, exclusive apartments for rent. These are expensive offers - in The Ursynow, Wilanow or Mokotów district the quantity and quality of premises for rent do not change, as well as the demand, so prices remain stable - says Marta Kosinska of Szybko.pl.

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It concerns 2-room flats. They do not tell how many m2 though.... I suppose 50-54 m2?

Also I wonder if they include the fixed costs in the table.
Still it gives a useful idea of how the different "gminas" are positioned.
Harry
25 Mar 2014 #2
Interesting article in ŻW - average rental prices in Warsaw.

Those figures look suspiciously high to me. Uselessly high. For example, 2 rooms in Wola averages 2,500zl per month?! I have a very good friend who lives in a three-year old flat (was six months old when she moved in), 52m with an 85 m terrace, excellent building (reception desk, security guards, etc) a couple of minutes' walk from the first tram stop in Wola from Srodmiescie, i.e. it's a location and place way above the average for Wola, and she pays 2000zl plus internet.
OP sobieski 107 | 2,128
25 Mar 2014 #3
Well for me they also look very high to be honest. The source szybko.pl is a real estate portal, so on the other hand they are supposed to be informed?

I have a friend who lives on Miodowa and rents a 44 m2 flat for 1700 per month - which is I think cheap.
From what I know (we have never rented in Warsaw, we own our place), the closer to the metro the more expensive. Rental prices here in Bielany have for sure risen since the metro arrived here.
Harry
25 Mar 2014 #4
I have a friend who lives on Miodowa and rents a 44 m2 flat for 1700 per month - which is I think cheap.

If that is 1,700 incuding bills, that is cheap. If it's plus all bills, it's about market average, maybe a little lower.
Sparks11 - | 335
25 Mar 2014 #5
This article is nonsense. Bialoleka 1500. Apartments should be free out that far. Of course the real estate portal wants to show high prices.
Jardinero 1 | 407
25 Mar 2014 #6
I may have to move to Warsaw later in the year and so would need to find something sensible - what is the nearest junction if don't want to give the full address (or maybe you would even know if there are flats available to either rent or buy in this development)?


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