Rent reduction Vienna

Calculate the real price for your rent now, free of charge !

In Austria 9 out 10 residents pay to much for their rent.

Permanent contracts:

Category A: 5,58 € + operating costs 2 € (The apartment is at least 30m2, heating and ventilation in the bathroom, kitchen and heating in every room)

Category B: 4,185 € + operating costs 2 € (without heating in the bedroom or without a kitchen when moving in the apartment)

Category C: 3,14 € + operating costs 2 € (hallway window in the bathroom, without heating or ventilation in the bathroom)

Category D: 1,78 € + operating costs 2 € (toilet in the hallway or if electricity isn’t functional)

Temporary contracts:

Category A:  4,185 € + operating costs 2 € (The apartment is at least 30m2, heating and ventilation in the bathroom, kitchen and heating in every room)

Category B: 3,14 € + operating costs 2 € (without heating in the bedroom or without a kitchen when moving in the apartment)

Category C: 2,35 € + operating costs 2 € (hallway window in the bathroom, without heating or ventilation in the bathroom)

Category D: 1,34 € + operating costs 2 € (toilet in the hallway or if electricity isn’t functional)

How can we help You to reach Your goals?

Association “Privileg” organizes for free the review of your rental contract (rent), operating costs, deposit, transfer and the time limit of the lease.

After the first review by our experts, you will receive sufficient information.

If You have a perpetual lease, the landlord cannot cancel your contract. If your contract is temporary, you can apply for a reduction of your rent during the validity of your contract and no later than 6 months after it expires. For open-ended leases, the deadline for application is no later than 3 years after the signing of the contract.

With us You save time, money and nerves.

Below are our members’ most frequently asked questions about rent reduction

  • How can I achieve the rent reduction in Vienna or in Austria?
  • Can I get my money back from the overpriced rent at no extra cost?
  • What risk do I bear in case of legal proceedings? Rent in Vienna or Austria?
  • What does it cost if I lose the process or my rent is not lowered?
  • May I continue to stay in my apartment after the court has lowered the rent?
  • How can I find out if my apartment in Vienna or in Austria is an old building or if I live in an old apartment?
  • The landlord threatens me and does not want to pay me my deposit back. What should I do?
  • Can I check the billing of my operating costs and if so, how can I do that?
  • What notice periods are required for apartments in Vienna and Austria?
  • What is the maximum rent per m² in Vienna and Austria?