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11. Ker. Budapest - 1113

Rent price:
15,000 HUF
Ibrahim utca

18. Ker. Budapest - 1182

Rent price:
200,000 HUF
Hargita tér

11. Ker. Budapest - 1119

Rent price:
155,000 HUF
Solt utca


Home & Office Flat Management specializes in residential property management in Budapest.

Property owners around the world realize the need for professional real estate services based on trust, confidence and performance.

We are committed to always acting in our clients’ best interest. Our management relieves property owners of the worry and logistical challenges that go along with owning property in a distant location. Our professional flatmanager will work with you to determine your needs and ensure that your investment is protected. We are edicated to perfecting property operations in order to produce the highest return on our client’s investment. Our service is accountable, responsive and can help you maintain and potentially enhance your property’s value and achieve your goals. We deliver the service and results our clients deserve. We manage and supervise each asset as if it were our own.

We provide full service, including finding a tenant, property management and furnishing.

The KAPTÁR co-working space in Budapest has been selected among the world’s top 10 shared workspaces by Forbes, reports. Forbes compiled a list of the 10 best co-working spaces in the world based on the reviews and ratings users have left on
A Chinese investment holding is awaiting approval from the city of Budapest to buy the Rác thermal baths and adjoining luxury hotel, business news website Napi reports. The transaction price (undisclosed) has been placed in escrow.
Britain’s forthcoming exit from the EU may have positive effects on the real estate market both in Hungary and in western Europe, the portfolio manager of OTP Bank’s Real Estate Investment Fund said in an interview published by business daily Világgazdaság.
The cost of rented accommodation in Hungary has risen by 5-20% in the last 12 months, and by 30-40% in some regions, estate agency Otthon Centrum found in a new report. Prices rose the most in the outskirts of Budapest, but were flat in the Sixth and Seventh Districts, where rental fees had surged in preceding periods.
Although Imre Makovecz, the favorite architect of Viktor Orbán and the Hungarian political right in general, died in 2011, his name still appears in the Hungarian media. The last time was only a few days ago, when it was discovered that the readers of an English-language internet site, Daily Dot, considered Makovecz’s Catholic church in Paks the most “evil-looking church” anywhere.