#ImmiUpdatesCzechia Are you a Ukrainian refugee? The Czech Republic offers state humanitarian accommodation to individuals fleeing the armed conflict in Ukraine who do not have their own housing within the country. From 1 July 2023, there are several important changes. Find out more in our article!
#LifeInCzechia The first challenge you face when moving abroad is to solve your living situation. Where are you going to stay? For how much? And – last but not least – what about home insurance? For this reason, we bring you an overview regarding this service in the Czech Republic. Do you wish to find out more about what exactly is covered by it? Let’s check out the rules of home insurance together in this article!
#LifeInCzechia It’s winter, which means we’re all in danger of getting mold. Us Czechs are used to heating and airing out every day to make sure our homes don’t get too damp. However, you as foreigners might not be as accustomed to this. In this article we’ll explain how to properly air out your rooms to avoid getting mold. We’ll also give you tips on how you get rid of it if you do find it.
#LifeInCzechia Czech Republic is a popular country to move to among foreigners. However, life changes, and you may decide to return home or to another country. If this is your case, you have to arrange a lot of things like canceling contracts and leaving your apartment. You might also need to take care of some minor repairs or professional cleaning. Still, there is one more task: what to do with the furniture? We have prepared several options for you to make your decision easier.
#LifeInCzechia Are you moving to the Czech Republic? Are you feeling lost and unsure about how to find the perfect accommodation for you and your family? We are here to help you and guide you to make the process as fast and easy as possible, so you can feel at home in Czechia. Follow this easy guide and get ready to move in!
#LifeinCzechia Moving to a different country can be stressful in itself. However, there are certain types of apartments that might complicate the process of moving even further. The main reason is that with particular apartments, it might be challenging to get the owner’s signature that you need to get approved at the MOI office. In this article, we will tell you which spaces to avoid as a third-country citizen.
#LifeInCzechia The pandemic has accelerated the world’s digital transformation and Brno is also involved in this digitalization. It seems like lots of things have changed in the last 4 years since I lived here as a student on Erasmus. I will tell you more about the inevitable changes of digitalism and the new co-living lifestyle units that I am staying in during my internship. Come along with me and see what’s new!
Brno’s residential complex Domeq has a new lord and protector. Say hello to Jan, its new Community Manager! We sat down with Jan to talk all things Domeq, from how it’s going with its newest addition – Domeq 2&3 – to what kind of tenants he’s currently taking care of. Read more to find out all about this unique accommodation project and why it’s the perfect place to live for both young students full of energy and mature entrepreneurs full of ideas.
Most people don’t enjoy housework. However, regularly cleaning your apartment is a necessary part of adult life. Especially if you’re renting. You need to make sure your place is clean so that you prevent any damage and don’t lose your deposit when moving out. And obviously, as an expat in Czechia, it can be difficult to distinguish between different cleaning brands and cleaners. One can get easily overwhelmed. Worry not, because we’re here with tips that will help you keep your apartment in mint condition.