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Select one of the frequently asked questions below to learn more about renting a residential property in Malta. These frequently asked questions aim to give you some further insight on the most important factors to consider when planning a relocation to Malta or simply relocating house in Malta.

I Have

What is the quickest way to get my rental posted?

The quickest way to post your rental is directly online in our add new property page, Add New Property. Set up an account and follow the instructions to post your rental. Our staff will approve and improve your listing during our normal business hours.

How we Work?

We base our success on organised information and with good photo representation maximizing your properties potential on the rental market in Malta. We have connections with tenants looking for apartments and houses as well as we have the google rankings to gather most of the clients searching online.

What can I do to improve my chances of renting?

If you need to rent out your residential space in a short period of time, the easiest way to do this is to make sure that:

a) the price is right
b) the place is clean for viewings
c) the place is finished to modern standards
d) provide us with high quality photos
e) provide us with property plan

What terms do I Expect to Get as regards Contract Duration?

Terms and conditions of every contract are unique in the sense that each property has a different scenario. The usual contract duration varies between 6 months and 1 year.

How much is the service fee?

LettinginMalta charges 50% of the first month’s rent + 18% VAT.

How can I get featured listing on landing page?

We aim to provide the most accurate, most recent and most recently available listings at the top of search results to give the best possible results to our searching tenants. In order to maintain your high ranked visibility, please keep your listing up to date.

If your listing is up to date and you’d like a push with extra promotion, please reach out on [email protected] We have more options at hand.

What happens to a listing after it is rented?

When you’ve successfully rented your property, we can toggle the availability status to ‘Enquire’ mode so that people can still view your listing and save it for later.

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Why LettinginMalta.com?

We’re a group of experienced residential brokers extremely passionate about creating an incredible experience around finding and relocating expats in Malta. We come highly recommended due to our professionalism and work ethics. LettingInMalta.com is an online marketplace to match those looking to rent residential property in Malta with those who have it. Simple.

I haven't got time to search, can you help?

Yes! Contact us and we’ll recommend you some options. Just let us know what the most important things you’re after are, including:

  1. The number of bedrooms you need
  2. Your max budget
  3. Preferred locations

What should I look for when relocating in Malta?

We spend most of our days and hours in our home. Choosing the correct residential property is imperative for anyone. The most critical aspects of filtering for an residential space would be:

  1. Where is you work lcoated?
  2. Accessible for public transport?
  3. What can I get with my budget?
  4. Is there enough natural light?
  5. Is their anything to do nearby such as diners and cafeterias?
  6. Is it a family location?
  7. What about traffic to and fro?

How can I grow with LettinginMalta.com?

We love to build long lasting relationships with our customers. We can offer good discounts for repeat customers. You can also recommend customers and we will give you 10% referral fee on top of any fees earned.

How much is the service fee?

LettinginMalta charges 50% of the first month’s rent + 18% VAT.

When should I start searching?

When planning to move to a new home in Malta, the entry date is also a crucial element of the residential space requirements. We recommend 30-45 days before move in date is a sufficient time to start testing the market and finally renting.