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Renting in Luxembourg
It is no secret that Luxembourg’s real estate is expensive, and for many, buying is not an option. In order to rent a property, some requirements are imposed such as a proof of identity, income, a bank account and civil liability insurance. Usually, the rental deposit is two to three months rent; by law, it cannot exceed three months. Most agencies also charge a finder’s fee of one month’s rent plus 17% VAT. The tenant will be given the keys to the property after an inventory check with the agent or owner. Unless stated otherwise on the contract, a three-month notice period is mandatory before moving out.
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