Apartments for rent in Beirut Lebanon, Lebanon rentals, rent a flat in Beirut Lebanon
Are you looking for property in Beirut, Lebanon? Whether it’s a land for rent, office, house, or apartments for rent in Beirut, we can help you find what you need. We are the most trusted name in the industry with a reputation built over years of excellence.
Whether you need a house, office, or any kind of land and property, RAMCO has the experience, knowledge, and resources to help you meet your requirements. We specialize in apartment rentals, office rentals and retail units. Whether you are looking for a family apartment or an office for rent for your business, we have you covered. We have access to a huge inventory of properties across Beirut, Lebanon, and we can help you find the best deals. Contact us now and let our experts help you find the best solution based on your specific needs.
RAMCO undertakes rentals across the various property types. You can browse our online database of properties to find your ideal apartment, office or shop for rent. You can also use our Map search to look only in the areas that are of interest to you.
We cover apartments, offices and shops throughout Beirut, and lands throughout Lebanon. If you do not find what you are looking for online, then please contact us directly and we will do our best to service your particular need.
Tenants Guide to renting in beirut
• Identification Certification (National ID Card or Passport in case the contract is in the name of an individual)
• Company Registration (in case the contract is in the name of a legal entity)
• Rental Contract
Tenant Duties & Responsibilities:
• Utility bills (water, electricity, telephone, generator, etc.)
• Monthly or yearly common (service) charges as set by the Tenants’ Committee
• Municipality Tax (6% of the yearly rent amount for residential properties and 8% for commercial properties, collected yearly)
• Renovation or decoration works
• Good maintenance of the rented unit (including repairs of normal wear and tear)
Keep in mind:
• According to the new rental law, the rental contract binds the Landlord for 3 years. During that period, the Landlord cannot legally increase the rent nor evict the tenant (provided the tenant respects all the contract clauses).
• The Tenant can vacate the unit prior to the end of the legal 3-year period, after a minimum of one year, provided the Landlord is duly notified as per contract terms.
• The Tenant should obtain the appropriate Renovation Permits from the concerned Municipality before starting works.
Why Use Ramco?
Here at RAMCO we pride ourselves on our professionalism, integrity and honesty. The fact that we've been in the market for over 40 years is no coincidence. It's the product of excellent service and a reputation that's second to none.
We will stay with you every step of the way through the rental process, helping you identify the right property for you, negotiating with the landlord on your behalf, and making sure that you are getting a fair deal.