Living in Serbia
To find accommodation in Belgrade, there are plenty of English-speaking estate agents with easy-to-use websites, where you can browse photographs and details of available apartments. There are traditional estate agencies for more in-depth help on finding a flat – including negotiating lower prices, or some new ones, like City Expert, online-only agency with no fees for tenants. There are agencies which are specialized in offering services for long term renting. Most likely, the minimum stay would be at least 6 months although the majority of the apartments offer one-year contracts. Also, students can find short term options to rent, as Belgrade has many newly renovated apartments which are furnished for all needs.
Monthly rental price in Belgrade is visible on many websites instantly, but be aware that this usually excludes bills. Landlords usually pass on all bills for electricity, TV and internet, gas, water, etc. as they arrive and you can either pay him/her directly or pay yourself at the post office. This means you do not have to set up any new accounts in your name, which is very useful if you’re not sure how long you will be staying in the city. For VISA or bank purposes, your house contract should be enough to prove your official residence in Serbia.
Estate agents all have websites with adverts in English and several currency options to give you a better idea of cost.
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