Finding an accomodation

Living in Brussels is a great experience. To enjoy this experience fully you need to have a suitable place to live. Prices will vary according size and level of comfort, but location can also have a significant impact on price.

Searching online will help you get a feel for the options and prices available. Most adverts include an estimate of the living space in square meters and the number of bedrooms and other amenities the property offers. They also include the rent price and the amount of monthly charges. Online property platforms are easy to use, have a large number of listings, and usually don’t charge any direct fees. The following websites have a broad selection of properties to rent or buy: ImmowebImmovlan and LogicImmo. It might also be worth to have a look at the Facebook group  BXL A LOUER - bouche à oreilles.

You can request advice from a real estate agent, who can help you in your quest for the ideal home, taking into account all your needs as well as your budget. This service is free for tenants and chargeable for landlords!

A list with recognised estate agents can be found at IPI, the website of the Professional Institute of Estate Agents.

Newcomers can also employ a relocation agent to help find housing and settle into Brussels. For contact details ABRA-relocation (paid service).

Sharing a flat could be a great option if you want to save money and don’t mind sharing a home with others. There's a great range of coliving options in Brussels. You can easily find different platforms on the internet. You can also check for a "classic" colocation on Appartager or on Facebook.

usefull links

Xpatris comparative platform (Flatshare) Hostels

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