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Finding accommodation through ASM


Prices are always changing, so the best thing to do is to write an e-mail to ASM - or visit the room no. 240 where you will be provided with information on current prices.

The room must be booked through your recruitment EXTRANET and a deposit is to be paid (1500zł) as well as a one month payment for the room. This is a one year contract.

Accommodation through other sources

The most efficient way of searching for a flat or if the candidate is not able to pay for the room or deposit and asks for help regarding the accommodation, we can provide him/her with these links:



The average cost for a studio apartment in Warsaw varies from 1700zł to 2200zł, pricing for three-room apartment varies between 3600zł and 5000zł (the closer to the city centre, the more expensive it gets).

You should learn the approximate prices in various parts of the city, so that you can be sure the flat you're interested in renting is not overpriced by the landlord.

When looking for a flat...

When looking for a flat it is important to be aware of potential threats associated with renting a flat through other sources. Here are some tips on what to do if you don't want to become a victim of a fraud.

Check compatibility with the advertisement - carefully compare the content of the advertisement with reality. The best way to do it is to arrange the viewing of the place you're interested in.

Remember that you have the right to demand from the landlord to show you the ownership of the flat and a copy from the land and mortgage register or its number for further verification on the internet. The refusal to present this data should arouse your suspicions. This is one of the most important things when renting an apartment, so to avoid problems in the future, you must be absolutely sure who you sign the contract with.

Set the payment terms - determine the form of payment and get a detailed calculation of the amount of monthly fees from the owner. Also make sure that the contract includes a convenient payment term for both parties. If you receive a payment each month much later than the 10th, ask the landlord if there is a possibility to pay in advance for each subsequent month.

Never rent a flat without a contract - the contract concluded between the owner and the tenant should be the basis for each flat rental. This is the only guarantee of keeping the declaration submitted by both parties, without which in the future serious problems may arise.

Obtain a list of regulated and unregulated fees from the last months from the owner. In this way, you will not have to pay the bills of the previous tenant.

Set the length of the period of notice - the contract can be terminated by both the owner of the flat and the tenant. Determining the length of the period of notice is definitely the most important for the latter - in the end you definitely want to avoid having to leave your apartment overnight. Therefore, make sure that the contract contains a notice about the monthly period of notice.

Avoid advance payments for renting a flat, reservations and other fees, not covered by the contract for renting a flat. Remember: before signing the contract you are not obliged to pay any money.


The payment method: the most convenient way to regulate payments is via bank transfer to the owner’s bank account, so that you get a receipt every time you make a payment.

The owner's and tenant's contact details.

Cost of utilities and other extra charges
The duration of the lease - usually in Poland, the lease agreement is signed for 12 months, and most of the time it is impossible to terminate the agreement sooner that the stated date. Therefore, you should think it through before you commit to long term rental. The deposit for the apartment is usually equal to one month rent, and it should be clearly stated in the lease agreement.

Payment deadlines

Details about how and when you will receive your deposit back.
The maintenance of the apartment - although the division of the duties in the area of repairing damages is described in the provisions of art. 6a-6f of the Act on the Protection of Tenants' Rights, the arrangements contained in the contract take precedence over them. This opens the field for individual arrangements. If the owner of the flat lives far away and is not able to quickly remove the serious defects, you can take these duties on yourself in exchange for a lower rent. However, if there are no arrangements in the contract, the provisions of the Act shall become effective.
The rules are, as follows:

Duties of the tenant:

  • maintaining the premises in a proper technical and hygienic-sanitary condition;
  • protection against damage or devastation of parts of the building intended for shared use (e.g. elevators, staircases, utility rooms, etc.);
  • repair and maintenance of floors, floors and floor coverings;
  • repair and maintenance of tiles and tiles;
  • repair and maintenance of doors and windows;
  • repairs and maintenance of walls, ceilings and plasters;
  • repair and maintenance of furniture, kitchen equipment, household appliances and bathroom equipment (taps, faucets, valves and other sanitary facilities);
  • repair and maintenance of fuses, sockets and switches;
  • repair and maintenance of furnaces and central heating;
  • ensuring the patency of pipes and repairs in the drainage pipe.


Obligations of the landlord:

  • replacement of window and door joinery,
  • replacement of floors, floors and floor coverings,
  • replacement of plasters,
  • replacement of radiators,
  • repair of water supply, gas, water supply, electricity and heating installations.