Mould is a fungus and, as typical in these tiny organisms, you may observe it growing in humid corners despite your careful regular cleaning and maintenance of your house. As you might already know, it can cause a lot of damage to the walls and furniture, but worse than that, it can cause breathing and skin problems if you are in contact with it regularly. For these reasons, you should be mindful and try to prevent mould appearing in your house in the first place.
Imagine you are living in a rented apartment. All of a sudden your boiler stops working and your landlord tells you it has to be replaced. After a while, you will receive an invoice for the repair. Should you pay for it or not? Is this your responsibility? Keep reading if you want to understand the rules of minor repairs in an apartment you rent in the Czech Republic!
Searching for sufficient and fair housing during an Erasmus stay is usually the hardest thing from the relocation process. Questions such as price, quality of the accommodation, communication with a landlord, his conditions and the location of the student housing is a daily food for Erasmus students. A dormitory, the social housing Domeq or a private apartment?
It is hard to find an accommodation, which exactly meets what you expect, isn’t it? It will probably take days, even weeks to find the best apartment that you are looking for. After these tiring searches, you may feel hopeless and desperate. However, here are the top 10 suggestions by the experts, you can consider for […]
The interview with that well-known company went well and you’re about to move to the Czech Republic for a new job? Have you been accepted for an exchange period in the country after applying for the Erasmus Programme? First of all: congratulations! We can guarantee that your experience in this country will be unforgettable and […]
Foreigners.cz is a relocation agency that is helping foreign people to find accommodation thanks to their well-stocked database. It acts as a mediator between the tenants and the landlords. This implies that the tenants are responsible for their own actions throughout the rental period and they should respect some basic principles of the Czech law. […]