Due to the decreasing number of students, the owners of the premises began to lower prices – apartments are becoming cheaper. This is especially true for real estate in smaller academic centers – experts from Domiporta.pl propose.
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At the end of 2018, 1.2 million people were trained at Polish universities. And though it was about 62 thousand. Less than in the previous year, the number of students still far exceeds the number of available hostels. According to the Central Statistical Office, at the end of 201
Less and less students in Poland Domiporta.pl
It is not known exactly how many students are looking for a place to study and how many live while studying in the family. According to last year's survey of Domiport, it can be assumed that this is 24 percent. It can therefore be estimated that public dormitories cover housing needs of less than 14 percent. Students.
Dormitories are becoming less and less popular, students prefer housing.
For years, an increasing rate of housing vacancies has been observed. In the academic year 2017/18, the total occupancy of the rooms was less than 76 percent. And that despite the decreasing number of dormitories. In 2000, nearly 144,000 students were accommodated in public and private residences. Students. In 2017, the number of student dormitories fell to just 96,000 – about 33%.
Despite the generally good location and proximity of the universities, the problem of public dorms is their low standard.
When we speak of poor living conditions, students mean low hygiene and kitchen standards, poor service administration and management, and the need to share not only the living space but also the bathrooms and kitchens
– You can report "student housing in Poland "of the Independent Students Association.
The cost of renting an apartment – in some academic centers up, partly canceled
What is the cost of renting a private apartment? Student's most popular two-room apartments have become more expensive in most academic cities. In Olsztyn, Toruń and Łódź rents have risen the most – the increase in these cities was over 10% compared to the previous year
. Good information for students comes from cities such as: Poznań, Kielce, Rzeszów – Prices Rents in these metropolitan areas fell by more than 6 percent a year.
Rental Costs for Apartments Source: Domiporta.pl
The most preferred two-room apartments for students have become more expensive in most academic cities. In Olsztyn, Toruń and Łódź the amount for renting the premises has grown the most. In these cities, the increase over the previous year was over 10%.
September and October were always the harvest time for owners of apartments for rent in academic centers. Why does the price drop in selected markets? An answer is hard to say. Perhaps the shrinking number of students is forcing owners to lower prices and fight for tenants? On this occasion, it should be noted that prices fall faster in cities with fewer students and rise or stay in major academic centers such as Warsaw, Gdańsk and Łódź.
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Another reason for falling prices could be the increasing competition from private dormitories, which on the one hand have a better standard than public dormitories, on the other hand, they are cheaper than rental properties private market. Their number is not large yet.
– There are currently about 100 private dormitories in Poland with a total of more than 6.5 thousand places for students Most of these types of facilities are in Masovian Voivodeship – we read in the report "The market of private dormitories in Poland – 2019."
Cost of renting a dorm
The price students pay for living in a dorm depends on many factors – the most important of which is the number of persons in gem lonely room. According to the report "The market of private dormitories in Poland – 2019", the selection of a single room is the most expensive option – in this case you have to consider the cost from PLN 270 to PLN 1 000. PLN per month.
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With the number of roommates the fee for a seat decreases. In a double room the average price ranges from 200 to 800 PLN and in a triple room from 200 to 350 PLN per month.
The low number of dormitories and their low standard are increasingly prompting students to take advantage of other rental market opportunities. The survey conducted by the Domiporta.pl website shows that a total of up to 46 percent. Students rent an apartment or a room. The most popular are 2-room apartments.