Buy Your Dream Home in Czechia with Our Property Sales Division Manager Marek Viktor

Expats often talk about the Czech Republic as their home away from home. But have you ever thought about buying or selling an apartment here? Whether you’re planning on settling here long-term or you’re looking for a safe investment, we can guide you through the world of Czech real estate. Our Property Sales Division Manager Marek has a lot of experience with assisting foreigners in buying and selling property. He’s ready to help you find your dream home!

Although Marek has travelled the world, the Czech Republic is still his favourite place.

Although Marek has travelled the world, the Czech Republic is still his favourite place.

 

Czech Republic as a safe port for investment

According to our Property Sales Division Manager Marek Viktor, buying and selling property in the Czech Republic is a great idea for several reasons. One of the main reasons is that the Czech real estate market is really secure. “Given everything that has been going on in the world, buying property in the Czech Republic is a great way to put your money somewhere safe,” he asserts.

Another reason to buy an apartment or a house here is that the Czech Republic is a beautiful place. As Marek says, “Even though I’ve travelled the world, I always looked forward to getting back home.”

Prague and Brno are especially good places for foreigners to settle down. Unemployment here is low and so there are many interesting job vacancies available in both cities. Especially Brno’s tech companies are always seeking to fill IT and similar positions. In Addition, Brno is a great place to live in general.

You can choose to either buy property here and live in it or to buy it and let us manage it and rent it out to trustworthy tenants. Both options are good.

 

Helping foreigners buy their dream homes

However, buying or selling property in the Czech Republic is usually not a piece of cake for foreigners. This is because the real estate market – although very safe – can be too Czech-oriented. When you come here, everything concerning real estate and property is usually in Czech, from advertisements to real estate agents who don’t speak English and often don’t want to “bother” with foreigners

If you come from a country that is very economically advanced (e.g. the USA), you might also be surprised that the agent selling you someone’s apartment won’t necessarily be on your side. Therefore, you should bring someone with you who will be on your side.

 

Our team is devoted to helping expats in Czechia buy and sell property.

Our team is devoted to helping expats in Czechia buy and sell property.

 

More about Marek

Our Property Sales Division Manager Marek wants to be that person for foreigners in the Czech Republic. His connection with expat work happened organically: “I originally began working with foreigners by chance. They noticed I spoke English and so they asked me to help them find an apartment.”

Marek also worked for Brno Expat Center as a consultant for 4 years, so he has a lot of experience with helping foreigners deal with lease agreements and everything else around real estate. After 12 years of running from one apartment tour to another on his own, he’s now set to lead a team of real estate agents at Foreigners. This team will be dedicated to helping expats in Brno and Prague (end beyond) sell or buy property.

In his free time, Marek practices intense relaxation in the form of adrenaline sports, like jumping out of planes and bridges. He also enjoys travelling (he’s been around the world, his favourite part was Southeast Asia.) “But I don’t really differentiate between work and hobbies, because what I do is essentially a hobby,” he laughs.

 

Marek on Route 66

Marek has travelled the world, including the US, where he drove on the famous Route 66 highway.

 

Need to buy or sell property? We’re here for you! 

If you want to buy your dream home in the Czech Republic or, on the other hand, sell property – you can use our services and we’ll make it easy! According to Marek, “although we mainly focus on Prague and Brno, any location is worth enquiring about. 

If you want to sell property, we can take care of all the contracts in Czech and English. That way, you’ll always know what’s going on. We will also represent you when dealing with people who want to come and see the property. In other words – we will guide you through the entire process from the beginning to the end. Selling a property will be a piece of cake for you, because you won’t have to take care of anything.

If you’d like to buy property, we’re also here for you. We will get rid of all the language barriers, translate all the contracts, make sure you know your rights, and explain to you things regarding Czech real estate law.

Sounds like something you might be interested in? Contact Marek and he will take care of you by referring you to the best real estate agent on his team that fits your needs. You can catch him at marek.viktor@foreigners.cz and +420 734 308 737.

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Tereza Walsbergerova

Hello! I'm Tereza and I'm a wordsmith and literature nerd from Brno. Although I was born and raised in the Czech Republic, I know all too well from my time living in Texas what it's like to be a "stranger in a strange land." I am excited to share all kinds of information with y'all!

4 thoughts on “Buy Your Dream Home in Czechia with Our Property Sales Division Manager Marek Viktor

  1. Hi Team , I was in future contrat with my 1st owner since 2019 and we signed flat price according that time and now he has greed so he is not selling flat to me he wants more money 💰 thanks

    1. Hi Varsha,
      I’m not exactly sure what your issue is, but if you email Marek at marek.viktor@foreigners.cz and explain your situation to him, he might be able to help you. If you signed a contract with the owner of the property, then that should be valid – but it depends on what the contract says. Marek is the expert in this area.

      Best of luck,
      Tereza

  2. Is it possible for a Student to be able to buy property and rent it out?
    Is it a long procedure? What all is required?

    1. Hi Nes!
      I can’t see why it shouldn’t be possible. Please contact our property consultant Marek at marek.viktor@foreigners.cz and he’ll give you information and guide you through the entire process.

      Best,
      Tereza

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