Renting in Malta is not as daunting as you may think it is. On the contrary, it is a simple procedure! Expats may come to Malta on business trips, vacation or to retire. Whatever reason you would like to visit, whether on long or short term, it is a guarantee that renting a property, will not impose any limitations on the tenant. Let us help you find the perfect rental property for you.
You can find a property type that matches your lifestyle necessities on any part of the island, including that of Gozo. The central regions, that of Sliema, Msida and St. Julians, are usually occupied by people within the working industry or those who wish to get a taste of Malta’s night life. You will be minutes away from bars, clubs, the cinema, and most of the happenings related to Malta’s social events. If you are one who would prefer to rent away from the city life than there is also this option! Areas in the south and west of Malta offer beautiful scenic views including that of intrinsic, traditional Maltese architecture. Gozo offers a similar ambiance, just a ferry trip away that you board from the capital or the North region of the island.
Property for rent in Malta is mostly popular amongst foreignors who work in Malta. It is most commonly to find apartments as your rental home, with large amount of Maltese properties being apartments.
The rates of rent are currently quite reasonable. It will of course depend on the type of property you are seeking, the size of the place and the duration of your stay. Long- Let will not include the utility bills into the monthly, rental price rate. These extra bills are water, electricity, and internet. They should be paid separately in according to the date that you agreed upon with the owner.
From the numerous properties available, you will have a choice of townhouses, penthouses, to houses of character, villas and more. It is all dependant on your budget and lifestyle. The owner of the property will expect a deposit before you move into your place for any damages or if there is an exceedance of utility bills. Real Estate agent’s fees and VAT will also be a minor, additional expense, but apart from this, it will be a completely worth it and solid investment that you will be diving into.