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Ptax1969
4/15/2021 09:21 EST

We’re hoping to move to Vaud, at least for a few years on a non gainful employment basis. .We believe we have sufficient financial means to obtain the appropriate residence permit. However almost all rental applications I see are asking for a copy of a work contract. Has anybody been able to rent without a work contract, assuming you can prove sufficient financial resources? Many thanks.

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Intransit1
6/16/2021 06:18 EST

you need to show a close relationship with the country, namely by buying property and visiting often, etc.

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Intransit1
6/16/2021 06:19 EST

you need to show a close relationship with the country, namely by buying property and visiting often, etc.

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