Property for sale Poland - Houses For Sale Poland
Homesgofast.com can help you find a good selection of property for sale from Poland including cheap property, city apartments, land farms for sale in Poland, and holiday homes for sale in Poland. Find houses to buy in Poland direct from the owner and new property for sale from Polish developers and real estate agents
Our visitors come from all over the world many with the intention of returning to Poland, finding cheap property, low cost housing, holiday homes, investment properties, and second homes abroad.
Top places to buy in Poland
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Homes To Buy in Poland
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House sales Poland
Seearching for house sales in Poland? it a good ideal to search under the province of Mazowieckie Masovian Voivodeship or Mazovia Province, is the largest and most populous of the sixteen Polish provinces, or voivodeships. In 1999 as one of 16 new provinces, it comprises the former provinces (1975–98) of Warsaw, Ostrołęka, Radom, Płock, Ciechanów, and Siedlce, as well as portions of the former provinces of Skierniewice, Łomża, and Biała Podlaska. The provincial and national capital is Warsaw. Area 13,745 square miles (35,598 square km). Pop. (2002) 5,124,018.
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Best places to buy property in Poland
Like many cities across the globe Polands cities offer investors property where demand is on the increase and rents increasing. Rental income is strong all year round driven by tourism and peaks towards the Christmas and summer months when there is often a lack of accommodation available.
Property investment regions could be broken down as follows:
Property in Warsaw
Warsaw is a busy capital city centrally located in Poland. Areas of Warsaw that are considered to be strong candidates for property investment are Bialolek, and Ursynow. The city has its own international airport and several train stations.
Property in Krakow
Krakow is Poland's second largest city and lies towards the southern border of the country. The city used to be Poland’s royal capital for some 500 years and as such it has a colourful history. Krakow contains approximately 2 million works of art and the medieval city centre is considered a World Heritage site. Like Warsaw, Krakow has an international airport and the city is attracting tourists in droves.
Rental income is strong all year round (driven by tourists) and peaks towards the Christmas and summer months when there is often a lack of accommodation available.
Property in Gdansk
Gdansk is located on Poland's northern coast and is the largest city on the northern coast. Gdansk has been turned into one of Poland's key commercial centres. The rental market is strong in Gdansk. Increasing tourist visitors buoys this and the strong economic ties of the city attracts large numbers of business people requiring short term property rentals.
Land for sale Poland
Building a property yourself or searching for land plots for sale in Poland, use Homesgofast.com to find cheap land for sale ideal as an investment or to build commercial property or a new residential building. Some land has building permission and may even qualify you to government incentives depending upon the location.
Unlimited tax obligation in Poland
Individuals with their place of residence in Poland are taxed on their total income, regardless of where the income is earned (unlimited tax obligation in Poland). Individuals who do not have a place of residence in Poland are taxed solely on income earned in Poland (limited tax obligation in Poland).
Selling Poland property to foreign buyers
Our advice when selling a property from Poland to international buyers is to
Present your property well by using good quality photographs. When writing your description always include how close the property is to major transport links such roads, stations and airports. Always consider who the buyer might be. Many overseas buyers buy property as a second home or investment. In this case think about what the property would offer an investor and holidaymaker. Never over price to test the market! This is one of the biggest mistakes owners make when the sell a property online. Buyers will always compare one property against another and the internet makes this easy to do. Always invite people to make an enquiry so they can learn more about the property for sale. Finally consider taking a video of the property to show potential buyers so they can see fully the property.
Legal advice when buying property in Poland
Property negotiation is done openly in Poland. The price can be negotiated directly with the owners (a common practice) or through the estate agent. Once the parties have reached an agreement, the contract for the purchase of real estate must be made in the form of a notarial deed executed by a Polish notary. A contract in any other form is null and void. It is advisable to appoint an English-speaking notary, or at the very least to engage the services of a translator since all sales documents will be written in Polish.
More advice here http://www.globalpropertyguide.com/Europe/Poland/Buying-Guide
- Never sign a contract that is written in another language that you don’t understand without a translation.
- Don’t miss out or circumvent any legal procedures for cash benefits offered by the buyer
- Research and follow local laws on buying and renting out property
- Always get written confirmation of what has been agreed in any negotiations and always insist on a paper (preferably not electronic) receipt for monies paid
- Check that the seller or property developer owns the title deeds to the property or land and can transfer them to you. If buying brand new, or partially built, from a developer, check that the title deeds for the property in question actually exist
- Check that the deeds to the property or land have not been offered as collateral for any loans
- Check whether the owner has outstanding utility bills, local tax demands etc that you may be liable for on purchase of the property
- Talk to other property owners in the area or on the development to establish if there are any issues you should be aware of before purchasing (such as floods in winter, lack of water or electricity supplies in summer)
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Selling a property don’t forget about your currency
One of our top tips to people selling and buying a property to people from another country is to research currency exchange methods. Property transactions are all vulnerable to foreign currency exchange rates and small fluctuation can mean huge losses. To negate this risk its always wise to take the advice of a foreign currency specialists who can book rates, provide lowers fees and better rates than many banks. Unless you are buying direct from a developer, before the purchase can go ahead you'll almost certainly need to open a bank account in the destination country. The aim is to ensure that you get the best exchange rates and that the funds are in the right place when they are needed.
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Government Type: Republic
Total Area: 120,728 Square Miles
312,685 Square Kilometers
Location: Central Europe, east of Germany
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Getting along with the Polish People
A professional person's title is used before his or her last name. Only the person's title is used in formal conversation or in business. Teenagers and children are called by their first name, but between adults first names are used only by mutual consent. Women greet close friends by kissing both cheeks. Young girls very often kiss each other on only one cheek when they meet. Adults generally shake hands upon meeting. Common greetings include "Dzien dobry" (Good morning/afternoon) "Dobry wieczor" (Good evening) "Czeoa" (Hello).