LOOKING FOR SOMEWHERE TO LIVE IN GIBRALTAR?
If you’re planning to work in Gibraltar then finding somewhere to live is going to be top of your list of priorities. If you are thinking about buying a property or even renting on a long-term basis, then there are several Estate agents in Gibraltar dealing with rentals and sales. www.gibyellow.gi is Gibraltar’s online Yellow Pages where you will find a full list of all estate agencies including their contact and website details.
Most rental companies ask for 1 or in some cases 2 months security deposit and a month’s rent in advance. Some places also ask for a utility deposit of around £150.
Below is the average cost of various types of accommodation in Gibraltar:
Most of the estate agencies in Gibraltar deal with property in Spain to let, although in most towns there are estate agencies, most of which have some English speaking staff.
The costs of fees are the same as renting in Gibraltar, but in most cases the rental amount is much cheaper. The further away from Gibraltar the cheaper the rent normally is. To commute from Duquesa in to Gibraltar each day, it would be sensible to give yourself an hour’s journey time each way.
Below you have approximate prices for for La Linea, which is the town the other side of the border from Gibraltar, as above, the further away you are, the cheaper the rent usually is.:
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