Guia para alquilar mi piso en Barcelona

Guide to rent my apartment in Barcelona

Monika Rüsch we are a small, neighborhood agency , close and with trust as the basis that marks the relationship with our clients. We are absolutely sure that we are the best option for renting your apartment, however, whether you are thinking of doing it on your own or if you decide to do it with us, here we provide you with a guide of steps to follow to rent your apartment in Barcelona.

Floor Preparation

  • Cleaning and Repairs: Make sure the floor is clean and in good working order. Repair any damage and consider a coat of paint to give it a fresh look.
  • Furniture and Equipment: Decide if you will rent the apartment furnished or unfurnished. Furnished apartments can attract tenants looking for a quick and temporary solution.

Documentation and Legality

  • Energy Efficiency Certificate: This certificate is mandatory and must be included in any advertisement.
  • Property Registration: Make sure you have all property documents in order.
  • Security Deposit: The legal deposit in Catalonia is one to two months’ rent, depending on the duration of the contract.

Set the Rental Price

  • Market Research: Research rental prices in your area and for similar apartments. You can use online platforms, but it is best to have your trusted agency, we can be very helpful in this regard.
  • Consider Additional Expenses: Take into account community expenses, IBI, insurance, and any other recurring expenses.

Advertise the Apartment

    • Online Platforms: Publish your ad on popular real estate portals (Idealista, Fotocasa, Habitaclia).
    • Professional Photographs: Invest in professional photographs to show your apartment in the best possible way.
    • Complete Description: Provides a detailed and attractive description of the apartment, highlighting its characteristics and advantages.
Guia para alquilar mi piso en Barcelona

Guide to rent my apartment in Barcelona

Tenant Selection

  • Applicant Filtering: Make a pre-selection of possible tenants. Ask for references and proof of income.
  • Lease Contract: Prepare a lease contract that complies with the Urban Lease Law (LAU). It is recommended that the contract be reviewed by a lawyer

At Monika Rüsch we help you rent your house or apartment
to 100% selected and guaranteed tenants by putting ourselves in your shoes and thinking: “If the apartment were mine… Would I rent it to this person?

In addition, we take care of everything and value your property for FREE. With complete confidence.

During the Rental

  • Rental Insurance: Consider purchasing rental insurance to protect yourself against non-payments and possible damages.
  • Relationship with the Tenant: Maintain clear and open communication with the tenant. Establish a communication channel to resolve any issues quickly.
  • Periodic Inspections: Carry out periodic inspections of the apartment (with prior notice to the tenant) to ensure that it remains in good condition.

End of your contract

  • Final Review: At the end of the contract, carry out a final inspection of the apartment.
  • Return of the Deposit: If the apartment is in good condition, return the deposit to the tenant in accordance with current regulations.

Useful Resources

  • Legal Advice: Consulting with a rental lawyer can help you avoid legal problems.
  • Real Estate Agencies: If you prefer not to manage the rental yourself, consider hiring a trusted and local real estate agency like Monika Rüsch.

Why entrust the rental of your apartment to an agency like Monika Rusch?

They say that we are good people, that they feel in good hands; that we are people at the service of people, as well as good professionals. They value our ethics, principles and values, which unfortunately are not abundant in current times.

Contact us using the form and we will explain more to you.