By continuing to analyse the nations that are most successful in the real estate market, we could not leave a state that has been historically and geographically focal for Europe. As a member of the European Union, NATO and the UN, Poland has a thousand-year history. Consisting mainly of a vast plain, the Polish territory is mainly based on agricultural and industrial activity. Over the years, it has hosted many ethnic groups, and this multicultural mix is still present today.
Among the minorities we remember: Czech, Slovak, Ruthenian and Roma. The main language is Polish and... do you want to find out more? So if you are interested in moving to this country and buying a property in Poland, you just have to read this article and take note. At Realigro, we have prepared a mini guide tailored to your needs, to answer any questions you may have about your next destination! So we just have to start!
Let's start by saying that to enter Poland, you simply need to have a document in progress to show if you were requested by the local authorities. If you wish to stay in Poland for more than 90 days, you must register your stay with the Polish Prefecture Office, and once you have arrived on the spot, you must understand the cost of living in this country, the official currency being the Polish Zloty, which corresponds to 4.287 euros:
Lunch or Dinner in a Restaurant 4,67 €
Milk (1 liter)2,10 €
Bread (500 grams)0,59 €
Rice (1 kg)0,34 €
Eggs (12)1,77 €
Local cheese (1 kg)2,41 €
Single ticket (local transport)0,75 €
Electricity, Heating, Water, RSU 148,30 €
We can therefore say that the cost of living is quite affordable, if we compare this country with many other European countries. In fact, a great many young people decide to move here, to live a unique experience abroad or simply to start a business.
Let us now look at the areas where it is worthwhile to buy a property in Poland. Let us assume that the average salary in Poland is around EURÂ 600 per month and that the poverty line reaches EURÂ 200.
The cost of a house is particularly convenient outside the big cities, and obviously becomes higher in large cities. living in Krakow or Warsaw, means supporting a cost for rent of about 700 euros per month, while in other areas, much less lively, prices fall to 250 euros per month of rent. For what concerns the purchase of a property, prices start from 1,200 up to a maximum of 1,700 euros per square meter. we hope to have given you all the information you need to be able to allow you to move to Poland in peace! We wish you a pleasant journey to discover Poland!
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