Renting an apartment or business premise in Slovenia?
After Slovenia joined the European union in 2004 and showed substantial economic growth in the following years, at the same time itís capital, Ljubljana, became an important European business capital. Consequently a growing number of foreign diplomats have been searching to rent an apartment in Slovenia while on assignment. Ljubljana as a capital also faced increasing demand both from buyers and renters. The global financial crisis of 2007-2010 naturally affected this development but only to a limited degree. A vast majority of foreign visitors who do business in Slovenia live in Ljubljana, some other important centers are Maribor, Celje and Koper. In general, rents for residential and business premises are highest in Ljubljana and the coastal region.
For newcomers to Slovenia, who decide to rent a business premise, foreign environment may cause some problems initially, but only until one acquires a basic understanding of the market. It is important to use dependable sources in your search for real estate in Slovenia and to inform yourself with the legalities of the deal before you sign the contract. A number of real estate agencies in Slovenia assist foreign businessmen who try to rent a business premise in this environment. For these services, they charge a commission, usually an equivalent to two monthly rents. What you need to be sure of is that the real estate agencies in Slovenia that you consider working with are well established and have made a name for themselves in the business. One of the agencies that help foreigners to rent an apartment in Slovenia and also provide diplomats and businessmen with several other services is Stoja Trade Real Estate Agency. Stoja Tradeís official website has detail information on renting an apartment or business premise in Slovenia.
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