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Neighborhood guide

Prague has dozens of neighborhoods, each with its own flavor and personality. A number of factors can effect where you live: you might want to be close to work or your children's schools; maybe being close to a park is important; perhaps being close to great restaurants and cafes is key. The most expensive residential neighborhoods are the Old Town (Stare Mesto), Josefov, Mala Strana and Hradcany. Very popular residential neighborhoods are Vinohrady, Nove Mesto, Vrsovice, Letna and Smichov. The good news is that Prague offers something for everyone - if you are not that familiar with the city, please review our neighborhood guide.

Buyer's guide

The question of real estate purchases is presently enjoying great interest,  due to the desire of many people to live in their own dwelling and ,for example, as a result of entrepreneurial activity. Additionally, relating to real estate contracts - there could be a few legal pitfalls, that I will refer to. Due to the comprehensive nature of this subject it is necessary to split it up into several partial stages. Read more in our Buyer's guide.

Renter's guide

The best way to find an apartment in Prague is with the assistance of an experienced real estate agent as the market moves very quickly.Finding a great rental apartment in Prague is often thought of as being a complex process. We'll make this process flawless, allowing you to move seamlessly towards your move-in date.
It is important to focus in on some specifics in order to make your search as productive as possible. More info in our Renter's guide.