Apartments for rent in Poland

Find available apartments in Poland and apartment rentals in Poland on the list below. We have gathered almost all apartments for rent in Poland. So, if you want to find a flat, a studio or an apartment for rent in Poland, you have come to the right place. Find an apartment in Poland now. Good luck finding your new apartment rental in Poland. More info about apartment for rent in Poland.

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Statistics on the development of available apartments for rent in Poland over the past month

Below you can see the development of available apartments for rent in Poland over the past month. In the first column you see the date. In the second column you see the total amount of apartments for rent in Poland on the date. In the third column you see the amount of new apartments in Poland that was available for rent on the date. In the fourth column you see the amount of apartments in Poland that was rented on the date. Also see aggregate statistics on all available apartments in Poland over time, aggregate statistics on new apartments in Poland over time, aggregate statistics on rented apartments in Poland over time

Date All apartments for rent New apartments for rent Rented apartments
28. February 2024 12727 397 469
27. February 2024 12799 1022 996
26. February 2024 12773 331 0
25. February 2024 12442 1 1
24. February 2024 12442 35 35
23. February 2024 12442 341 432
22. February 2024 12533 625 802
21. February 2024 12710 65 36
20. February 2024 12681 1142 1127
19. February 2024 12666 184 0
18. February 2024 12482 0 0
17. February 2024 12482 1 1
16. February 2024 12482 86 87
15. February 2024 12483 882 1081
14. February 2024 12682 129 0
13. February 2024 12553 2 2
12. February 2024 12553 0 3
11. February 2024 12556 8 8
10. February 2024 12556 6053 0
9. February 2024 6503 200 2032
8. February 2024 8335 328 4366
7. February 2024 12373 377 96
6. February 2024 12092 351 887
5. February 2024 12628 105 0
4. February 2024 12523 193 0
3. February 2024 12330 362 598
2. February 2024 12566 745 687
1. February 2024 12508 521 141
31. January 2024 12128 594 566
30. January 2024 12100 48 179
29. January 2024 12231 107 0

What is an apartment?

An apartment is a private dwelling in a multi-story building. It can be a good choice to rent an apartment if you want to be close to the city and have access to public transportation. It is also a good place to live if you want to be close to other people.

It is often cheaper to live in an apartment than in a house, but it also has some downsides. For example, there are often limitations on how much you can change in your apartment. Additionally, there are often restrictions on how much noise you can make.

As a tenant in an apartment, you have the right to inhabit the apartment and use the facilities in the property such as attic space and courtyard. You are responsible for keeping the apartment in reasonable condition, and you must pay your rent on time.

Some of the most common types are 1-bedroom apartments, 2-bedroom apartments, and 3-bedroom apartments. There are also larger apartments, such as 4-bedroom apartments, 5-bedroom apartments, and even up to six-bedroom apartments or more.

What are the benefits of renting a flat or studio in Poland?

There can be several good reasons to choose a rental apartment over other types of housing. Here are some of the most important:

  • Flexibility: It is often more flexible to own than to rent an apartment, making it easier to move as needed, for example, in connection with job changes or changes in personal circumstances.
  • No maintenance costs: As a tenant, you are typically not responsible for the maintenance of the property, which can save you both time and money.
  • Economically affordable: Renting an apartment often requires a smaller upfront financial investment compared to buying a home. Moreover, you are not tied to a mortgage.
  • Access to facilities: Many apartment complexes offer access to communal facilities such as courtyards, laundry rooms, common areas, etc., which might not necessarily be economically accessible if you owned your own home.
  • Easier to move in: Rental apartments are often ready for move-in, which makes the moving process faster and less cumbersome compared to the process of buying a home.
  • Lower financial risk: As a tenant, you are protected against depreciation in the property market, as you do not own the property.
  • Simpler insurance requirements: The insurance requirements for tenants are often simpler and less costly than for homeowners.

If you are considering other types of housing, you can search for houses for rent or rooms for rent by clicking on the links.

How do you find an apartment for rent in Poland?

Finding the right apartment generally requires good research and planning.

Start by defining your priorities, requirements, and needs - where should the apartment be located, how large should it be, what is your budget for rent, etc.

Once you know what kind of apartment you want, investigate the market for available ones to access a wide range of potential options.

Once you have identified the rental apartments you are interested in, contact the landlords to arrange a viewing. View several different apartments to have a good basis for comparison. Ask questions and take notes during the viewings. When you have found the apartment that best suits your desires and needs, contact the landlord immediately so that it doesn't get rented to someone else before you.

Get more good advice on searching for an apartment to rent in our guide: How to rent an apartment – the most important steps.

Find available apartments online in Poland

You can filter your search and create automatic search agents for apartment for rent, which notify you about new available rental apartments that match your criteria. This gives you the opportunity to be one of the first to contact the landlord - thereby increasing your chances of being the one who rents the apartment.

Find cheap apartments in Poland for rent

If you are looking for an economically affordable rental apartment, it requires extra effort on your part. You need to have many options to choose from, so you can select the cheapest rental apartment and negotiate the price with the landlord. You can achieve this by contacting as many landlords as possible: housing companies and property companies, administration companies, private landlords, real estate agents who facilitate rental apartments, etc.

Inform your network that you are looking for an apartment to rent, so they can assist you with the house hunting. Share your search on social media.

Once you have received offers from many different landlords, the next step is to negotiate the rental price. By keeping several options open and considering various landlords, you increase the chances of finding one who is willing to reduce the price to fit your budget. It is important that you indicate in your application that you would be a good and stable tenant, so the landlord sees an advantage in offering you a good rental price. If he is unwilling to reduce the price, he might agree to a lower deposit.

Choose a flat for rent in a well-maintained property

Your housing standard greatly affects your living standard. So when you are looking for an available apartment to rent, keep in mind that the home should be functional and situated in a well-maintained property with a high standard.

It is essential to ensure that the property's technical facilities are in good condition, including the heating system, ventilation, and plumbing. A reliable and maintained heating system along with a functioning ventilation system are essential to ensure a comfortable indoor climate for all residents.

It is also important that you check that the service providers who take care of the property’s maintenance – e.g., caretaker and cleaning service - maintain a high standard. Reliable and efficient service is central to ensuring a clean and inviting environment in the property.

Find flats in Poland with the right size and layout

When choosing the new apartment you want to rent, it is vital that you ensure that the apartment meets both your current and future needs. The apartment should have a size and room distribution that suits your current life situation, as well as any future changes during the time you plan to live in the apartment, such as family expansion, thoughts of moving abroad, and subletting, etc.

Be aware that the layout and floor plan can have a significant impact not only on the physical space but also on your daily quality of life. The right environment can make it easier to create a home where you feel comfortable. So also consider what decorating options you want to have when you move into the apartment.

You can find more inspiration on how to decorate your apartment in our guide: Steps to furnish your apartment - Create a home that complements your lifestyle.

Use your common sense when looking for an apartment to rent

When you rent a home, it is very important that you check the landlord before you transfer money to the landlord. Always get legal help to review your lease before signing. Get an inspection of the property, check the landlord's background and get documentation of the landlord's right to rent the property before you sign or transfer money to the landlord. Most importantly: use your common sense.

We have collected a number of tips on what you should pay attention to in this guide: Check the landlord before renting a home.

Moving to a new rental apartment in Poland

When you have decided to move to a new rental apartment, you need to start organizing the actual moving process from the current residence to the new apartment. There are many things you need to keep track of during the move. We have prepared this guide, which we hope can help you: Moving to an apartment checklist.

Apartment rental

If you have available apartments that you want to rent out or an apartment you want to highlight, you can find your new tenant through Housingtarget.com, which is one of Europe's leading online platforms for renting private homes, and we are used by both property administrators, property companies, real estate agents, housing associations, and others wishing to rent out available apartments.

When you advertise your available apartment on Housingtarget.com, it is exposed to a wide segment of tenants. Our tenants range from students and recent graduates to small families and older couples looking for new homes.

If you have an available rental apartment for rent, you can always create a housing ad directly here. You can also actively search for potential tenants here. Furthermore, you are more than welcome to contact us via email at [email protected] for a quick dialogue. We are ready to assist you with good advice for your rental.

We have created a guide that describes the rental process from A-Z for you: Rent out your apartment in a few simple steps.

Nice to know when you are searching for apartment in Poland

Poland is a country located in central Europe with around 38,268,000 inhabitants (2020 estimate). Contrary to common belief Poland is a rather large country in Europe. It’s the 8th largest (not including Russia), and covers an area of 312,696 sq. km.

Poland is known for many things, like geographic diversity, dishes including potato and amber jewelry. 

The geographical diversity and beauty attracts many tourists, people especially gather to hike up, and ski down the altitudes of the polish mountains. The Giewont mountain is one of the most visited, which is understandable when you witness the range of its beauty. It's a part of the Tatra mountain range in southern Poland, just by the border of Slovakia. Which in general is a common destination for tourists visiting Poland, or just Polish people on holiday.

In northern Poland, the landscape is, yet still possesses a certain charm. As the fields unfold on the rolling hills a serenity appears, in contrast to the southern majestic and powerful mountain sceneries.

The cities of Poland are equally as noteworthy and charming. As Poland has a rich past with roots back to the 10th century, a lot of relics of the past like intricate castles, small farms etc. still remain intact. However as Poland suffered under the devastating destructions of Nazi Germany under WWII, some of Poland’s cities have had to be almost entirely rebuilt.

The capital, called Warsaw, has suffered considerable damage, and has had to reimagine most of the city setting. The contrast of the many architectural periods such as neoclassical and Renaissance, restored baroque, Gothic and the newer post-WWII socialist realist period create a beautiful environment.

Along the devastating past, Poland has kept some of the products of the german takeover, and now use them as signs of the time they have overcome and survived, and the people who unfortunately didn’t. One of the concentration camps, which was rumored to be one of the most harsh, is called Auschwitz-Birkenau and is now open for people to visit.

If the architectural and geographical wonders of Poland won’t impress you, the food will. There are hundreds of great dining spots in Warsaw alone. Polish food can be described as a 100 ways of cooking potatoes, and trust me, you’ll be sure to enjoy every single one of them. Poland is also famous for the dumplings called pierogi, which is a delicious savory mixture of meat and vegetables enraptured in a thin layer of dough.

Settling in Poland has many assets, yet the cost of living might be the most beneficial part of moving to Poland in comparison to other European countries. As an example, an average monthly rent for an apartment is nearly 4 times as low as in London, and in Warsaw (capital) is set at an average of 500 euros.