1. Persons registered for temporary protection can conclude a lease agreement without restrictions. It does not need to be notarized, but it is enough to be drawn up in ordinary written form and signed by the landlord and tenant. If the tenants are several, it is advisable to describe all of them in the contract as tenants with the right to use the property. Tenants do not pay property rent tax, The tax is paid by the landlord. The landlord must fill in, sign and notarize the declaration so that tenants can change the address registration with the police and register at the new current address. When using the services of an agency or real estate broker to search for a home when concluding a rental agreement, you will have to pay this agency a commission.
  2. Renting an apartment is the most preferred accommodation option among refugees. To do this, it is necessary to find a dwelling (apartment or house) and sign a lease agreement with the owner of the property.
  3. Usually, when signing the contract, you must pay rent for the first month and a deposit equal to the monthly rent. This means that you need to allocate a resource for two rents when concluding the contract.
  4. Remember that separately you have to pay the monthly costs of electricity, water, heating (if one is provided centrally), which can vary greatly depending on the property. Ask your landlord for the average monthly amount to cover all utility bills.


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