Warsaw Property

Looking for the next best place to invest in property? You could do far worse than investigating the opportunities arising in Poland's resurgent capital. Almost entirely destroyed in World War II following the Warsaw Uprising, the city was badly neglected in Soviet times and only began to come into its own following the fall of the Iron Curtain. The rejuvenation process hasn't been painless or quick, however since joining the EU in 2004 a massive acceleration has occurred in the city's development.

The evidence that foreign businesses are investing in Warsaw is everywhere. In fact, at times, the entire metropolis ressembles one giant building site, as hundreds of renovation, restoration and construction projects slowly change the face of the city. What are the reasons behind all this development? Simple! Cheap property, sustained growth rates, abundance of skilled, multi-lingual labour, plus excellent connections to the rest of Europe, all make the Polish capital a very attractive prospect for investors looking to set up shop. With a forecasted annual growth of 13% , now is definitely the time to snap up that office space or flat in Warsaw!

Below is a list of property gurus that can help you navigate the sometimes complicated but almost always profitable - world of real estate. Before you start though, you might want to read through our note about 'The Law'!

The Law on Purchasing a Property in Poland

Citizens of EU countries, as well as Icelanders, Norwegians and Liechtensteiners get the fast track on buying property in Poland, although if you're after farmland or forest, things can be a little more complicated. However, as far as urban property goes, applicants shouldn't encounter too many problems - whether you're a citizen of one the aforementioned countries or not. Non EU-ers have to apply for a special permit from the Ministry of Internal Affairs, but this is generally forthcoming, provided you're not a notorious criminal.

Warsaw Property & Real Estate

OPEN FINANCE MORTGAGE ADVICE
Jakub Lotz
Pl.Dabrowskiego 3
tel: 609 962 801
e-mail: jakub.lotz@opendirect.pl

DIPSERVICE
ul. Swietokrzyska 36
tel: (022) 526 3107
fax: (022) 620 9960
e-mail: poc@dipservice.com.pl
www.dipservice.com.pl

Bracia Strzelczyk Nieruchomosci
ul. Marszalkowska 58
tel: (022) 625 1515
fax: (022) 628 4870
e-mail: bracia@strzelczyk.pl
www.strzelczyk.pl

Emmerson Real Estate
Al. Jerozolimskie 44
tel: (022) 827 0000
fax: (022) 828 9297
e-mail: emmerson@emmerson.pl
www.emmerson.pl

OBER HAUS
ul. Marszalkowska 111
tel: (022) 528 5454
e-mail: warszawa@ober-haus.com
www.ober-haus.pl

Perfect Properties
ul. Senatorska 12
tel: (022) 829 5776
fax: (022) 829 5768
e-mail: info@perfectproperties.pl

EUROMARK
ul. Marszalkowska 21/25 lok. 58
tel: (022) 825 2288
fax: (022) 825 8833
e-mail: biuro@euromark.com.pl

Nasz Wilanow
ul. Wiertnicza 45
tel: (022) 816 7190
fax: (022) 651 6184
e-mail: naszwilanow@wspon.org.pl
www.naszwilanow.com.pl
ATRIUM
ul. Marszalkowska 77/79
tel: (022) 627 2714
fax: (022) 625 3678
e-mail: atrium@atr.pl
www.atr.pl

PARTNERS INTERNATIONAL
ul. Bagatela 13/11
tel: (022) 646 5202
fax: (022) 646 2699
e-mail: info@partnersinternational.pl

BRODNO s.c.
ul. Bazylianska 20
tel: (022) 814 0440
fax: (022) 814 3585
e-mail: info@brodno.com.pl
www.brodno.com.pl

SASKA
Rondo Waszyngtona nr 2a
tel: (022) 616 1110
fax: (022) 616 1210
e-mail: nieruchomosci@saska.pl
www.saska.pl

Adam Polski
ul. Walbrzyska 48
tel: (022) 853 4177
fax: (022) 843 9254
e-mail: biuro@adampolski.pl
www.adampolski.oferty.net

Maxon
ul. Dzielna 60
tel: (022) 530 6000
fax: (022) 530 6001
e-mail: maxon@maxon.pl
www.maxon.pl

K&G Partners
ul. Ogrodowa 58
tel: (022) 331 1222
fax: (022) 331 1223
e-mail: info@kgpartners.pl
www.kgpartners.pl

Soltan-Brzozowski
ul. Jasna 22
tel: (022) 556 6777
fax: (022) 556 6761
e-mail: sbn@sbn.pl
www.sbn.pl

Wigro-Wiech
ul. Piekna 3a
tel: (022) 627 3027
e-mail: biuro@wigro-wiech.com.pl
www.wigro-wiech.com.pl

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