I prepared for my move to Moscow in advance and even paid for a hotel for two months, which eventually closed just before my arrival. And so began the adventure of finding a place to live. The bank paid me back, but there was no time to risk it again.
I thought it was unreal to find a place to live:
▫️ Without a realtor
▫️ Within the Garden Ring (this is the main criterion)
▫️ With renovation and new Ikea furniture
▫️ Two minutes from the metro
▫️ With a clean and well-maintained entrance hall
▫️ Huge and functional kitchen
Especially in the autumn, when a large influx of new students and new arrivals for the big Moscow dream, but I cherishing my dream, rushed to turn genius, I contacted @colife.ru
▫️ I liked that the organization has reviews
▫️ No commission
▫️ The meters are already included in the price and you don't have to pay for them yourself (I don't like it)
▫️ Cleaning - oh yes, the colife have provided a nice present in the form of the regular arrival of cute cleaners.
▫️ The neighborhoods and houses are well-chosen, which also affects comfort.
▫️ I enjoy walking in the evening and it takes 30 minutes walk from home to Zaryadye Park.
▫️ Trust is very important to me. Colife entrusted the best of everything they put into the apartment for us to use. As someone who leases the place myself, I understand that it's not easy to leave a new bed, cupboards, fresh repairs for the tenants without worrying about damage.