By: Foreigners.cz We would like to introduce you to ultra-modern apartments in a new generation residential building located in the vibrant Holešovice district. Most people that move to Prague are looking for fresh adventures, ideas, new people, basically something unknown and exciting to look forward to in general. However, finding a suitable place to live can be a challenging task. This process is always time-consuming and tedious. Therefore, the Foreigners agency is here to help and offer you the best place for newcomers, where they can live comfortably, along with convenient access to public transport, supermarkets, and fitness centres. And that’s exactly what they have in the pocket now. How Are These Apartments Different from Others? This housing is perfect
If you’re like me, you’ll agree that apartment hunting is a maddening and time-consuming activity. The process is even worse when you’re an expat in a new city, in a foreign country and don’t know where to even start. I caught up with Tomas Horak, freelance real estate agent nowadays mostly engaged in sales of residential and commercial properties as well as experienced in helping students and professionals find rentals in Prague, for some sound advice. He gave me his top tips for new expats searching for a rental in Prague. Whether you’ve hired a realtor or are going into the apartment hunt solo, you’re a student or a family, these tips are for you. 1. Make a list of
As an example of mortgage costs, our mortgage broker has offered up the following financial example: For a CZK 2,000,000 loan, the monthly payment over 30 years is around 7,500 CZK / month. The required deposit is 10% LTV (Loan to Value). Rates for higher deposits can, of course, be discussed. If this has you thinking, drop us a note using the form on this page, and we’ll get in touch. Why RENT? BUY! The interest rate offered would be advised at the time of application. These rates are illustrative only. No related posts.