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gregcuve posted house timisoara on the Romania forum on June 30, 2015:
Hello I am expat and living in Timisoara. I want to rent the house as I will be moving out soon, great place recommended where I lived 3 years. Feel free to contact me +40 722 36 27 97 or gregorycuvelier@hotmail.com
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Very nice studio for rent in one of Bucharest's top areas!
property in RomaniaStylish Family Home in peaceful area close to city center, immediate access to schools and shopping. Airport and public transportation close. Terrain 500m.
pejsata posted School franchise in Romania? on the Romania forum:
Hi there, I'm a 34 yo English teacher (originally from Wroclaw, Poland) However, for some time now I've been planning to move to Romania with my wife. The only problem is that we have neither friends nor relatives there with whom we could stay for starters. That's why we'd probably have to find a job or set up a small business before we leave Poland. At first I considered starting my own school of English, but then it occured to me that going for a franchise might actually be a better idea for a foreigner, considering the number of available mother companies that could offer me their support. So I googled for a while and came across a number of schools I could strike a decent deal with, one of which You'll find here http://speak-up.pl/en. Unfortunately none of my friends have ever had any experience with Speak Up , so if any of You guys ever heard of this school, or any of its franchises in Romania, please let me know. What interests me the most is whether or not they'll make a decent franchising opportunity, where should I possibly invest first and if there are any means to tell if a particular local market (for example in Transilvania) is going to be friendly for my franchise or not. I'd be grateful for any info as it's really hard for me to explore the market solely through Google :)
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Lumi replied to the thread card de sanatate on the Romania forum:
corinanouk initially posted:
Does anyone know if foreign nationals get a health insurance card? I pay all contributions as I'm employed in Romania and have been living here for 4 years. I'm a bit confused as to what i have to do. Thanks!
Lumi replied most recently with:
Hello corinanouk, if you are officially employed in Romania and stay there for a while, you have to pay contributions to the National health insurance. Conssidering that you definitely have the right to access a "card de sanatare. This is in accordance with Romanian and European law which is also binding for Romania.
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property in RomaniaVery bright 2 bedroom, 2 bath apartment in a new building with island in a beautiful open-space kitchen with top of the line appliances. Fully furnished. Video-Surveillance on all floors. Perfect location to shopping mall, supermarkets, business district, beautiful parks and lakes as well as 2 main subway stations.
silviaschernthaner posted Getting connected on the Romania forum:
We are moving to Bucharest in August. Any other groups for families with children available. Thank you
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property in RomaniaFor Rent: 3 room apartment at Parc Kiseleff, Bucharest
property in RomaniaAmerican-style, this home boasts two large open space areas - perfect for social gatherings. Lush garden makes a world of difference during the hot summer months with 40+ degrees downtown. +Enough space to install a pool.
Built in an American style, our home has two large open space areas, on the ground floor and the top floor, perfect for social gatherings.

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