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Long term rent in Mallorca

Whether retirees with a yen for sun, freelancers or downshifters with courage: Many Germans are still dreaming of a permanent residence on the sunny Balearic Island of Mallorca.

Those who decide to dare the big step to take up residence on the island should inform themselves about the topic long term rental on Mallorca. For various reasons, the geographic location on Mallorca can be varyingly attractive for long term renters. Families with children preferably live close to the international schools in Palma and in the south west. Freelancers prefer to rent an accommodation near their clients in urban areas.

The rental prices on Mallorca vary strongly depending on their location. In the good locations in Palma and in the island’s popular, well structured south west, a flat or a house for rent can easily cost twice as much as in the island’s middle or in holiday resorts at the east coast where the sidewalks are rolled up after summer and where there are only seasonal jobs. 

Long term rental on Mallorca has to be carefully thought about and planned for. If you are sure about your geographic wishes, you can think more precisely about the possible kind of property to rent on Mallorca.

Houses are the generic term for bungalows, chalets, row houses, semi-detached houses, fincas or village houses. If you rent a flat on Mallorca, you have to consider whether to decide on a ground floor flat or an upper floor flat which is often named atico or penthouse.

You also should have clear that many landlords only reluctantly offer their property for a long term rental since, under certain circumstances, a short term rental of a holiday finca on Mallorca can be far more profitable than offer a house for a long term rental.