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How To Find A Tenant For Your Paris Apartment


Paris, France - To rent out a furnished apartment in Paris, the owner must of course follow certain rules - legal ones in particular. Fortunately, the process is quite simple and, more importantly, it is accessible to everyone. From decorating and fitting out the apartment, to drafting the lease and managing guarantees and deposits, the hurdles are not too difficult to overcome. Far from it.

To maximize the chances of attracting an occupant, the apartment’s interior must be neat and functional. The tenant is looking for a harmonious Paris apartment to rent, where they will easily feel comfortable, even if not surrounded by their own familiar belongings.

One option is to use the “usual” avenues, such as word of mouth, a classified ad in the local paper, a real estate agent. However, the target population for short term rentals in Paris is quite specific: it is usually composed of foreigners, executives on temporary assignment, or students. 45% of stays are due to professional reasons, 33% for study, and 17% for tourism. Actually, 76% of the time, Paris apartment rentals are occupied by tenants who are in Paris for work or study, compared with only 4% for tourism (source: Opinion Way).

To reach these potential tenants, property owners are therefore well advised to approach an agency specialized in furnished accommodation. Indeed, conducting your own searches is particularly time-consuming and requires familiarity with legal and tax rules that are specific to renting out furnished apartments in France.

The Lodgis team of multilingual consultants is located in Paris and performs a pre-selection of possible tenants and draws up an appropriate lease, which guarantees time savings and legal protection for the landlord. And what’s more, this service is free, unlike for unfurnished rentals where 50% of agency fees must be covered by the landlord.

Once the decision has been made to enlist the help of a professional, the landlord must choose between a “standard listing agreement”, which allows landlords to find a tenant themselves or list the property with several agencies, or an “exclusive listing agreement” that will lead to a more secure relationship with the chosen real estate agency in Paris. is a specialized real estate agency whose French office caters to an international clientele looking for apartments or villas in Paris and Nice to buy or rent for a few weeks, months or more.


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