Housing FAQS - Move to Belgrade
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Housing FAQS

Answers at a glance
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QUICK ANSWERS

If you have some queries not covered in this section get in touch with your own question at hello@movetobelgrade.com

WHAT IS THE MONTHLY RENT FOR A FLAT IN BELGRADE?

It’s hard to estimate an average monthly rent in the capital because prices vary from area to area and it all depends on your preferences and budget. But here’s a rough guide on general pricing to get you started:

 

  • 250 € one bedroom apartment, small size in the center or bigger size in the outskirts.
  • 500 € two bedroom apartment, renovated, normal size in city center.
  • 800 € three bedroom apartment, renovated, big size in city center.
  • +1.000 € three bedroom apartment, two bathrooms, luxury renovated, over 100m2.
  • +2.000 € for a luxurious villa in Dedinje.

CAN I SIGN A CONTRACT FOR MY FLAT IF I DON’T HAVE A VISA PERMIT?

Yes, you can. The majority of people who move to Serbia don’t have a temporary VISA when they first arrive because you need to apply once you’re living here. Estate agents are used to dealing with this situation and will make sure your contract includes all the information required when you apply for your VISA.

WHEN I RENT A FLAT, DO I NEED TO OPEN AN ACCOUNT FOR ELECTRICITY, INTERNET, WATER…?

No, you don’t need to open new accounts. In Serbia your contract either includes the expenses in your monthly rent, or the landlord will send you the bills per month and you pay that on top of your rent. You don’t need to transfer anything into your name apart from the contract. This is much easier for both parties.