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Rental Conditions Explained

June 17, 2019 by Mario Mrkša


Regardless of the contract type, you always have to pay one full month’s rent when you reserve the room, which will be counted as the first 30 days of the contract.

There are two types of contracts, which are chosen by the landlord for each accommodation:

Your rent is calculated in proportion to the days of your stay. In other words, you pay the monthly rent for every full month of your stay, and on your first and last month, you only pay for the days you are accommodated.

For example: If you set a move-in date from the 18th of September until the 26th of January, you will need to pay full month’s rent in October, November, and December. You only partially pay for twelve days in December and 26 days in January.

Full months are always charged. If you move into the property on a different date from the first day of the month, you will still be charged for the entire month.

For example: If you set a move-in date from the 18th of September until the 26th of January, you pay full month’s rent for September, October, November, December, and January.



How are flexible months calculated?

For months which are partially charged, the calculation is:

Full month’s rent divided by 30, multiplied by the number of days of your stay during that month (unless agreed otherwise with the landlord).


All the bills are included in the price. Therefore, unless there are specific costs mentioned in Additional Costs, you don’t have to pay anything other than the standard month’s rent.

Not included
The bills are not included in the price and you will have to pay the bills additionally which will be communicated by the landlord. Whenever we have the information, we will mention the average costs of the bills per month under the Description.

Some Included
This means that some expenses are included in the price of the rent and will be mentioned under the room’s Description.


Showcases by how much the price of the rent will increase for adding an extra tenant in that accommodation (if allowed).


This is the amount that you have to pay directly to your landlord on the day of your move-in to cover for any potential damages that may occur during your stay or if you decide to leave earlier than agreed. If there are no damages left and you leave on the agreed move-out date, your deposit will be returned by the landlord.


Landlords may set any additional costs which the tenant has to pay once he moves-in.


This tells the minimum duration of the rent, set by the landlord