What if you're searching for a place to rent?
Can I help here?
Find a place to rent could be uneasy task. Even if you speak the local language not everyone has the knowledge what the rent agreement should contain and what the things that the landlord has no right to put in are.
As a real estate professional I offer couple service packages: Basic and Full.
Basic is perfect when you have already found the place you want to rent and just need to check the most important part - the documents.
- I'll review the Lease Agreement, make sure it does not limit you in the way that contradicts the law,
- I'll provide you the Apartment Handover Protocol with my recommendations on how you should take over the apartment and fill this protocol in order to protect yourself from the pottential future claims of the landlord.
Price: 6.050 CZK, incl. VAT, full pre-payment required
Full is a full option when I'll assist you from initial point of searching the apartment till the moment you relocate in there.
- we'll discuss your requirements for the apartment you look for,
- I'll prepare your CV to send to the potential landlords,
- I'll send you short listed offers that are currently available for rent (from all the market),
- I'll call to the apartments chosen by you to organise the viewing,
- I'll accompany you to the viewings, give my recommendations on the location, pluses and minuses of the place and if the rent and facilities prices are within the average for Prague and/or this district
- I'll review the lease agreement,
- I'll accompany you to the apartment handover to ensure the nadnover protocol is filled correctly,
- I'll be available to answer your questions within the length of your rent.
Price: 1 monthly rent + VAT, min. 12.000 czk + VAT. Pre-payment 5.000 czk, the rest upon the signature of the lease agreement
in Czech Republic the standard commission of the real estate agent for the apartment lease is the one month rent amount. The real estate agent's commission is paid by the person who hires him/her, so the tenant would pay to the searching agent while the landlord would pay to the offering agent.
But in practice many offering agents do not know how to negotiate their commision with the landlords. For this reason they take the commision from the tenant.
So when you hire your own agent, it may happen that you'd have to pay the commission twice - to both agents.
For those who searches for the rent not yet being in Prague.
From the experience I know how hard it is to find a good apartment for long term rent if you're not physically here.
Many landlords would insist to meet the candidates in person.
A solution could be to arrive to Prague to stay in a short-mid term apartment and do an active search by visiting the apartments yourself. This way you'll have time and possibility to study the market, learn about different zones of Prague and meet locals and expats that can give you priceless advices.
You can stay in one of the short-mid term apartments offered by