My Current Address in the Czech Republic: Can I Use It As a Permanent Address?

Have you ever been wondering whether you as an expat can put your current Czech address in different types of documents as a permanent address? Are you actually entitled to do that? In this article you’ll find out all your rights and duties regarding this topic.

Bureaucracy Behind Flat Renting in the Czech Republic: Lease & Sublease Agreement

Have you found your dream apartment in the Czech Republic and now you are dealing with all of the paper stuff? In this article we will tell you what you should be aware of when collecting all the documents you need.

Top 10 Suggestions to Consider Before Renting a Flat

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 […]

Lease Agreements: A Few Things to Keep in Mind

Living in the Czech Republic is quite a fantastic experience. I couldn’t have imagined myself as satisfied with my stay, so far, as well as the amount of good vibes that can be gained throughout this city’s streets on a daily basis. It’s awesome. After I finally found a place to call home, I immediately felt […]

Termination of the Lease Agreement

Renting an apartment is a complex process, which only ends with the end of the lease agreement and tenant moving out of the rented apartment. It’s important to know your rights and understand all the aspects of the lease agreement. Procedure of the end of the lease agreement is also incorporated in the lease agreement. Let’s have […]

6 key things to know when you are renting accommodation in CZ

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. […]