In Warsaw and in towns near Warsaw, the rental price including administrative costs varies between PLN 55 - 75 / m2 plus utility costs. It depends mainly on the location, standard and flat's size.

If you are looking for a flat with a rent lower than approx. PLN 2.000,00/month (including administrative costs) plus utility costs, the offer is not wide. For sure it won’t be in the center of Warsaw and may be of low standard.

It happens that the rental conditions are sometimes not highlighted enough in the adverts. So, make sure to ask if the price includes costs related to the use of the apartment (administrative costs) or of the amount of deposit (usually one- or two-months rent). Deposit is returned upon termination of the lease agreement, provided that you don’t break the contract or any of its regulations.  Sometimes, especially when the standard of your apartment is higher, the amount of your deposit goes up.

Additionally, except the rent, in most cases you are obliged to pay for utilities (electricity, water and gas) according to the meters (approx. PLN 100-200 per person/month).

Any additional charges such as Internet, cable TV, etc. are usually paid by tenants on the base of an agreement between a tenant and the provider of such services.

Be prepared for the lease agreement to be in Polish language according to the Polish law. You can ask the landlord/agency to draw it also in English.

The broker/agency service fee may vary between 50% - 100 % of 1-month rent (depends on the agency). On rental adverts websites there are also adverts of private persons, free of brokers fees.

An apartment is crucial in moving to a new place of residence. The Hospitality Manager will advise you in finding a flat and will support you in signing the lease agreement.

When selecting the location for your apartment, a map with NCBJ bus stops can be helpful:


Here are some examples of popular websites with rental adverts:


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