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Short & Long Lets in Malta

Short-Let or Long-Let, the island of Malta is one of the most cost-effective countries to go to. Whether for business or leisure, you will find an apartment to cater to your needs almost immediately! and at the same time, you will be able to visit renowned historical places and indulge in your surroundings; within the traditional, cultural scene.

Cost of living

This is probably one of the first questions that you will ask yourself when it comes to renting an apartment in Malta. Renting a place always depends on three factors; that is, the size of the property, the location, and the overall market. The average price of renting a one-bedroom apartment is calculated at EUR 600. Navigating through the island and considering what may be locations with higher rental prices are usually those within the central region of Malta, especially that of St. Julians and Sliema. If prices of around EUR 900 per month is within your budget, you will be able to live minutes from the seaside, in central towns buzzing with social life and activity. The further one moves from the centre, the more the prices drop and instead, the further areas will give you more of a local feel, such as the fishing village of Marsaxlokk, who hold a traditional, fish market every Sunday.

Short-Let or Long-Let depends on you!

Modern properties for rent can be found anywhere on the island. It is usually a first choice because of less maintenance and servicing. Short-let prices per month are usually more expensive. This reason is because the bills, such as water and electricity and any additional cleaning fees are included in the rental price. Short-Let are generally sought out by those who are stopping by for a short while in Malta and Long-Let; typically for those who have become employed, or those who would like to get a feel of the island before permanently buying a property. Whatever apartment you choose, make sure to contact a professional real estate associate, to assist you with many alternatives.


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