Are you seeking a modern place for living in Brno? Have you ever heard of Kamenná street? It is a quiet street but, yet located in the middle of the pulsing city life. And now, one of the extraordinary apartments of the new complex there can become your beloved home. Take your chance to stay in a town while enjoying a calm oasis you are surrounded by. Move to Kammenná apartments and live the life of higher standards close to nature in the city of Brno. Does it sound tempting? Keep reading!
Tenant’s Manual: Feel at Home in the Czech Republic
Are you moving to the Czech Republic? Living abroad is an exciting but challenging experience at the same time. Sometimes, renting an apartment can be complicated and we certainly want you to feel at home abroad! That’s why it’s useful to have someone or something to help you out. We prepared the tenant’s manual to make it easier for you and we have summed up some important points.
Heating Season in the Czech Republic: How to Stay Warm in Your Apartment During Winter
Cold winter months are slowly but surely approaching and the heating season has come. Nowadays, a house or an apartment can be heated in different ways. How to heat as cheaply as possible? By using the heater correctly, you can also save money during the heating season. With today’s article, we will give you a few tips on how to deal with heating in the Czech Republic.
Advantages of Living Abroad Together with Your Friends
Are you wondering if you should live with your close friends when heading abroad? Or are you moving to the Czech Republic alone and you want to make some new connections? Coliving spaces may be the right place for your new home!
Utilities in the Czech Republic and How Much Will You Pay for Them
Paying for utilities can be pretty confusing. Some landlords in the Czech Republic have fixed prices that they use for paying the utilities and tenants pay it as a part of the rent or they pay for the utilities themselves. But what is really hidden behind the word, utilities? What do you need to watch out for? How to save money for utilities? What is the approximate price that you would pay? Let’s find out!
5 Tips on How to Feel at Home in Your New Apartment
Are you a student moving to the Czech Republic? Do you feel nervous? Or are you ready to experience something new? Moving time can be fun but also demanding at the same time. Your new apartment may feel empty and sad when you first come in. We come up with ideas, what is going to help you to make your new home more “homey”.
How Much for Renting an Apartment in Brno?
When renting an apartment there are probably some questions that go through your head and most of them are concerned with money. What am I getting for my money? What is the standard price for an apartment? What is the usual price of utilities? Today, we bring you an article that will answer these questions. Mind you, these prices are standard for Brno! Prices of rent vary greatly from city to city.
21st Century Housing For Students & Young Adults Now Available in Prague
Are you looking for a cool and comfortable place to live in Prague? Are you a student who is not particularly eager to move into a dormitory or a young professional who cannot afford to buy their own apartment yet? We have a solution for you: super modern apartments in a new generation co-living building located in the vibrant Holešovice district.
Caution Money and What It Can Be Used for
One of the things those people who – just like me – live in a rented apartment had to pay was the caution money. Most tenants, however, don’t have an idea what it can be used for and are often unpleasantly surprised when leaving the apartment and being told that they won’t get all of their money back. So what can the caution money or simply called a deposit actually be used for?
How to Prepare for Relocation to Foreign Country?
Some of us go abroad for studying, working or perhaps when following our life partner to their homeland. Some of us like to travel far and long to discover unfamiliar corners of the world. Reasons for leaving a home country are many but they all have connecting elements, not all of them necessarily being pleasant and commonly talked about – cultural shock, loneliness, even depression can hit once you root yourself out of the familiar land and try to plant yourself in a new geographical and cultural environment.