What if I say Poland? The complete guide that will change your life!
There is a tendency, in the collective imagination, to think that the countries of Eastern Europe are among the poorest.
Nothing could be more wrong!
What if we told you that these very areas could allow you to radically change your life?
Don't worry, it's not a joke.
We have collected for you all the necessary information that will be useful not only to look for a house, but also to find work and finally realize you.
So, all you have to do is start!
The country we are going to discover today is... Poland!
To make it easier to read, we will divide this guide into macro sections, to allow you to quickly identify everything you need (easy, right?)
Finding a home in Poland
First of all, to start as it should, it is necessary to have a support (at least initial) in this beautiful land, rich in opportunities but little known.
So you must be well informed about both the areas and the prices to which we refer.
There are areas called ZES that have been built by virtue of foreign investment.
The advice we give you is to pour your real estate investments into these areas. The advantages?
Well you will enjoy tax exemptions and extremely advantageous rental prices!
In Poland there are 14 ZES and the most famous is the one in Katowice, full of foreign companies that, for obvious reasons, are open to trade and new foreign settlements.
Cost of living
Free time? Would you like to unplug ? No problem! In Poland you can do it quietly and without spending too much.
Here is a list of activities and products with their prices to give you an idea of the cost of living in this country.
1 litre of milk 0,60 euro
Dinner at the restaurant 5,50 euro
1kg of rice 0.80 euro
Cinema or theatre ticket 6 euro A race on the media 0.85 euro
If we consider that the average salary of a Polish worker is 700 euros per month, we can understand that in this country, life is not so expensive!
Permits to enter Poland
The nation is part of the EU, therefore, European citizens do not need any special documentation.
The PESEL , a sort of tax code, issued by the municipality of settlement together with a Karta Pobytu (identity card), is mandatory.
After 5 years of stay, the residence is automatically obtained.
Rentals and contracts of houses
Rental prices are not very high. We start from 700 euros in large cities and then go down to 250 euros in the suburbs and in smaller communities.
Buying an apartment in Poland could be a great alternative, but we recommend that you wait and start a trial period first to understand how convinced you are of your choice and especially what to do.
In this country there is no shortage of innovative and newly built apartments, so, invest to invest, it would be appropriate to do so in the best way.
Prices also vary in this case depending on the areas. We start from a minimum of 30,000 euros until you get to maximum roofs decidedly higher.
The official language is Polish, but Russian, Italian and English are also spoken.
We hope to have been useful with this mini-guide.
We wish you a good trip and a good stay in this wonderful and advantageous country!
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