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Working abroad? Top Property Rental websites in Europe.

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By Bas Leferink

​November 19th 2015

Working abroad? Top Property Rental websites in Europe.

Moving abroad can be tough so we have decided to help you out. Here is a list of property rental websites for a list of countries known for sourcing international talent. 

Going to work abroad and do you need to find a place to live? Finding a new home could be tough, especially when you have to do this  in a  foreign country. Luckily most companies offer temporary accommodation for their jobs abroad. This means you often have a room for the first two weeks. From there on you will have to find your own home.

But where do you start and how? Well don’t worry Job Coconut have you covered, we put together a list of rental sites that  will can have in touch with landlords in just a few clicks.

Job Coconut tip:

We advise you only look for a place to live once you have the job secured. Also get Google maps out research where the job is located first so you know where to start looking. Do not rent a place because it cheap. it might 2 hours away from your job and the commute costs  will add up.


Finding a house in Ireland might be easier than you think, for rooms, apartment to full houses, once you have that language job in Ireland, you only need one month of rent as a deposit.  Another positive about Ireland is that rental properties  are 9 times out of 10 are furnished.

Job coconut tips for housing with jobs in Ireland:

A room in the city centre will cost around €500 and a small apartment around €900



When you arrive for your multilingual job in the UK, it is probably easier and most cost-effective to rent a room in a shared flat, especially if you are looking for a place in an expensive location like London.

If you choose to rent your own flat, you can expect to pay just like Ireland one month of rent upfront. Lease agreements tend to run for either 6 months or one year. Be sure the terms of the breaking clause in your contract in case you need to move out before the lease is up.

Job coconut tips for housing with jobs in UK :                                                                                                                                            


A studio apartment will cost you around £250 per week. Renting a room around £175 per week


So you started to work abroad and you need a home in the Netherlands for that Dutch job. To help you find that home abroad here are some tips.

Job coconut tips for housing with Jobs in Netherlands:

Perfect Housing



One bed apartment will cost around 800 Euro per month. Sharing a house will cost around 450 Euro per month.


Get to know the area first, so we advise you to look for a short term accommodation if not offered. So you can get a feel for the area. You could look for WG or Wohngemeinschaft (shared housing) while you are looking for a home on your own.

Job coconut tips for housing with jobs in Germany:


A small apartment will cost around €700 euro per month in Berlin and a room around €300 per month.


Trying to find your own Casa? (Home), a place for your own for that job in sunny Spain. If you want to rent your own apartment you will need to have your first months of rent and security deposit.

If you live in the same place for longer than 1 year you will need to give 30 days’ notice to you landlord.

Job coconut tips for housing with jobs in Spain:



One bedroom apartment will cost around 500 Euro in the city centre a room around 300 euro per month.


Beautiful Malta, with the beach on your doorstep and over 300 days of sunshine every year. All of this will come with an affordable cost of living.

All you need to do is have the first month’s rent and a security deposit which will be paid in advance. Most of these apartments are already furnished so that is great news as well.

Job coconut tips for housing with jobs in Malta:

An apartment will cost you around €500 euro per month a room around €250 euro per month.



Published: 19th November 2015

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