Q&As



Having been a colony of the UK means that the original laws governing property rentals were based on British law. Even now there are still some similarities to UK laws and the main changes were implemented via the Rent Control Act #23 of 1983....
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A landlord is a person or legal entity that is entitled to offer a property for rent and enter in to a tenancy agreement with a mutually agreeing third party....
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A favourable character reference will support the notion that the Landlord will be entering into a tenancy agreement with a person of good standing....
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The Landlord will commission the contracts at his own discretion. *It is advisable to have the contracts overseen by an experienced solicitor or a professional rentals agency....
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The amount of deposit paid as security against the terms and conditions of the contract is an entirely discretionary matter, however in general most landlords will insist on at least an amount equivalent to one month rent due. e.g.: at 600 euros per month rent due, the deposit is the...
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The minimum amount most landlords will accept is one months rent in advance, however in general most landlords will often accept 2-6 months rent (or more) in advance, in such cases the monthly rental amount is often reduced, since the landlords are happy of a guaranteed paying tenant....
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Both the landlord and tenant are responsible for undertaking their own insurance arrangements, in particular the landlord for the premises and furniture (if any), the tenant for personal effects and possessions....
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You will need a copy of your contract and your passport, each utility service provider requires you to visit them and transfer an existing service in to your name or connect a service in your name. For water and electricity to be transferred in your name you will need to...
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Each landlord determines whether pets are allowed or not allowed at the property at the beginning of the tenancy agreement....
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Swimming pools vary in terms of water volume and overall size. As such a professional pool man often charges from 70-120 euros per month during the summer and 50-100 euros per month during the winter to maintain a pool for you. You should also consider the additional running costs, which...
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