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Salary / living expenses in Romania

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Salary / living expenses in Romania

Post Posted: Sun Feb 26, 2006 1:35 am

Hi

Can someone tell me about the living expences in Romania, I know it depend on the town... but what is the general rent for a 1-2 bedroom flat in a good, secure area in Brasov, Bucharest, Constanta?
And the food expenses?
I'm Scandinavian and got offered a job, in a small company - but how much do I ask for?

Hope to hear some advice,

Thank U
Mary

 

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Re: Salary / living expenses in Romania

Post Posted: Sun Feb 26, 2006 10:42 pm

I rented an apartment by the day and it was €35, I think it is not cheap. Maybe on a longer lease €700-€1000 per month. I think maybe salary should be €2000 plus. A good meal in a good restaurant might cost €15-30.
I am talking about Bucharest, cheaper outside capitol.

darrin


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Re: Salary / living expenses in Romania

Post Posted: Mon Feb 27, 2006 10:58 pm

- maryNK

Hi

Can someone tell me about the living expences in Romania, I know it depend on the town... but what is the general rent for a 1-2 bedroom flat in a good, secure area in Brasov, Bucharest, Constanta?
And the food expenses?
I'm Scandinavian and got offered a job, in a small company - but how much do I ask for?

Hope to hear some advice,

Thank U
Mary



Check this link: www.realtors.ro/ should get hundreds of hits, if you need more info about a specific area, ask here I will try to answer you.
Good Luck
ps: I wish I was offered a job in Romania
regards
contiv

 

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Re: Salary / living expenses in Romania

Post Posted: Tue Apr 11, 2006 1:54 pm

- dazza

I rented an apartment by the day and it was €35, I think it is not cheap. Maybe on a longer lease €700-€1000 per month. I think maybe salary should be €2000 plus. A good meal in a good restaurant might cost €15-30.
I am talking about Bucharest, cheaper outside capitol.

darrin



I rented a car from www.primusrentacar.ro. And it's not cheap!

 

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white-mountain-property.com living in Romania

Post Posted: Thu Mar 12, 2009 6:25 pm

Folks,

If anyone needs any assistance in moving to Romania, whitemountainproperty (brasov) offer a free orientation service to ex-pats moving to Bucharest or Brasov.

Its merely an extention of the rental & furnishing side of the business & we are always happy to help people find their feet. So, if you need help with visas, translators, hotels, car hire, legal or tax issues, we'd be happy to point you at the resources we use & from there, you can make an educated decision.

Of course, if we can help with any aspect of property matters From renting, repairs, kitchen fitting, furniture packs to management) too, thats our prime business so feel free to put us to the test.

Kind regards
Whitemountainproperty.co.uk

 

whitemountain2008
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Re: Salary / living expenses in Romania

Post Posted: Wed Jul 15, 2009 5:01 pm

Here is the web address of an ad newspaper from Bucharest: www.anuntul.ro/index.p...bricaID=18

... so you can see for yourself

or if you need for temporary stay I recommend this company Bucharest Serviced Apartments

Good luck!

 

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