Spanish news site Onda Cero has learned that if you’re in Paris and have the means, you can rent a French exit realty company.
It’s a similar concept to Airbnb and TripAdvisor, but the company is owned by French billionaire and investor Vincent de Vries, who bought out a majority stake in the firm in 2017.
According to the report, the company rents out rental apartments in Paris for about $500 per night.
While it’s not exactly a luxury rental, it’s a reasonable option for those who want to leave the city.
The company also says that if a tenant wants to move out, the apartment must be paid off within three months of the tenant moving out, or the rental fee can be waived.
The company is also willing to refund the full rent if the tenant is unable to pay the deposit, or a refund will be given if the landlord can show they have a good cause to evict the tenant.
The only problem?
The company charges $1,600 for an apartment.
That’s a steep price tag for a luxury apartment, which is why the company has raised the price on some of its units.
The average rental price in Paris is around $1.2 million, according to the city’s data.
In comparison, Airbnb rents for $3,500 per month in Paris.
If you’re a renter in France, it might be worth it to check out the company’s website.
The site allows you to upload photos and videos of your apartments and rent them out for a price of $5,000 per month.
Renting an apartment can be very stressful, as the company will likely be unable to guarantee a tenant’s safety.
If the rent is too high, the tenant may have to move elsewhere to find a new place to live.