Living in Budapest isn’t like just visiting during holidays. Although this city is a wonderful place with beautiful scenery, nice people, and with relatively lower cost of living, there are still some hidden cost that expats need to be specifically aware of when they move here. For example, before you arrive in Budapest, you check the prices for accommodation online, but it doesn’t reflect the actual cost. Also before you move you should do some research about how the tenancy agreements in Budapest works. Renting a room in Budapest is a good choice for students and young expats, who want to get to know more people in a new city. You can also join a few Facebook Groups for expats where you can find rental offers.
Cheap rooms in Budapest
The lowest price room are usually located in the peripheral districts of the town. You can find the cheapest offers in the housing blocks of 20th, 21st, 23rd, 18th, 19th, 10th, etc. Despite the long commute to the city centre, the rooms and apartments in these areas can be very comfortable, bright and well heate, as the main price factor is the distance.
Rooms for Students in Budapest
During their time at the universities in Budapest, most students will either stay at the on-campus Residence centre or in rented rooms and apartments in the city. While some students receive accommodations from the universities as part of their financial aid offer, those who are not in receipt of it may stay at the centre on a free-pay basis. For students who have not requested or who have not been granted accommodation in the Residence Centre should arrange their own housing: looking for available rooms by themselves.
Cost for Rooms & Sublets in Budapest
The cost for Room in Budapest differ from area to area. For example, if you live in a two-bedroom apartment in Nagykörút that cost totally 190,000 Ft (583 Euros) per month, and you should pay around 300 Euros for each month, which is already above the Budapest average. And new apartment in certain central Budapest districts such as the 1st (Buda Castle), 2nd, 12th (Central Buda), 13th, 5th (Central Pest, CEU is located here) are quite expensive, where sometimes a room is rented for over 500 Euro. However the condition and quality of the rooms also matter and room in these districts can be rented from 70,000 HUF(220 Euros). The medium price range can be found in the 6th, 7th or 11th districts. However, rooms there are more difficult to find and they tend to be equipped and furnished in a simpler fashion. With so many types of rentals to choose from, Nestpick is here to help. If you are in doubt whether a room for rent is the perfect accommodation for you, have a look at our other rental options in Budapest.
Rooms in Budapest
|How big are rooms for rent in Budapest?|
|In Budapest, rooms for rent are very different in size from each other, however, size of a room for rent usually starts from 28m² and could go up to a large space, according to Nestpick database.|
|I am a student looking for rooms in Budapest, what information do I need?|
|First of all welcome to Budapest! As long as you are over 18 years old you can rent a room in Budapest.|
|Is rent cheap for rooms for rent in Budapest?|
|In Budapest rent prices for rooms may vary. Before your semester starts we suggest you have a look at Nestpick.com and list prices for different rooms in Budapest.|