If you attended the 1st Domeq Birthday Party, you might’ve as well noticed a great variety of different people, laughing, dancing, talking and simply having fun on the spot. Domeq brings them all together and no wonder it does, because it’s such a great place to live in Brno!
Successful international companies nowadays tend to move their operational headquarters and customer support centers into the heart of Europe. Many – for example, DHL, Exxon Mobil, Honeywell, HP – have already found their new base in the Czech Republic, a country with favourable tax rates and low cost yet highly qualified labour. In most cases, when […]
After challenging apartment search, having a signed lease agreement in your hand surely feels like a great relief. But don’t put down the guard just yet 🙂 There is one more crucial step awaiting: actual apartment handover. It is the process, when the landlord is handing the apartment to the tenant. It is also your […]
First months in a foreign country, we’ve all been through this: searching for a nice apartment, signing the deal with the landlord and happily moving in. However, one might have certain concerns, as we all do, when signing something, we don’t fully understand, like a lease agreement in Czech. Even if you were lucky to […]
Who is your Landlord? The official definition of the word Landlord states, that a landlord is the owner of the house, apartment or other real estate, which is rented or leased to another individual (tenant). In case you’re renting out the apartment or a house directly from the owner, you’ll probably meet him/her at least […]
Rent in Prague Average monthly rent in Prague is between 15’000 – 20’000 CZK (40-60 m2 apartment). The price depends on the location, condition of the apartment (furnished or not, renovated or not). The most expensive districts are Prague 1 – Old Town, Mala Strana and Prague 2 – Vinohrady. Some luxury apartments can cost […]