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ERA CHATELAIN - Brussels
ERA Châtelain dynamic and experienced employees will do their best in order to provide you with the best solution as quickly as possible. They assist you through every step of the process regardless of the type of the property : houses, apartments, buildings, lands…
Visit their office in Ixelles, Schuman and Uccle for any question or estimation of your house.
Tel.: 02 / 535 98 98
AXIMAS - Brussels
SOTHEBY'S - Brussels
Tel : 02 / 640 08 01
NOA REAL ESTATE – Brussels
Tel : 02 / 344 44 22
MACNASH – Brussels
Tel : 02 / 347 11 47
VICTOIRE - Real Estate in Brussels
Tel: 02 / 772 15 30
ATLANTIS REAL ESTATE – Brussels
- International Property Award 2013
- furnished apartments, terraces, etc
Tel : 02 / 734 99 55
SORIMO - Woluwe
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What to do upon your arrival in Brussels?
Whether it is for work reasons or private ones, if you are planning on staying in Brussels for a long period of time, you are maybe currently looking for a house or a flat. It is important to know that you have to accomplish some administrative procedures beforehand. The process is the same whether you come from another European country or not. You shall visit the local authorities within 3 days in order to make a declaration of arrival. Of course, you will need some documents so that you can fulfil all the requirements:
- a passport or an ID card;
- your medical record, including your vaccines (for you and all the members of your family and even your pets);
- a visa and a residence status issued by the FPS Home Affairs (mandatory for every stay lasting more than 3 months).
The procedure consists in applying for a registration in an office of the City of Brussels or in your local town hall – there are 19 municipalities in Brussels, each having at least one population office. While European citizens are immediately added on the waiting list due to the freedom of movement and establishment inside the Schengen area, non-EU residents have to provide their temporary residence permit (known as visa D) in order to be registered.
Of course, if you are staying for a long time, there are high chances you will have to work (maybe that was the reason for your arrival) and you may also need to drive. In this case, do not forget to bring these other certificates (and have them translated by a sworn translator so that it is legal):
- your school certificates and university degrees;
- a driving licence issued by a country where you have lived at least 6 months as well as a statement of your ex-insurers if you have had any car accident or not;
- a declaration of commitment for all salaried workers or a registration of the BCE for independent workers is a plus.
Information published on the 16th of September 2021 on the webpage Brussels Expats / Real Estate Agencies.