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Property Management Inspections Sofia

We believe that maintaining the integrity of your property investment goes hand-in-hand with providing secure housing for our tenants. So we provide regular rental property management inspections in Sofia.

Typically, a routine inspection is performed every 3 months. Tenants are always  given adequate notice before an inspection occurs.  Whether or not the tenant chooses to be present while the inspection is performed, the property manager will never enter the property without the express permission of the tenant. 

The property manager will identify any problems that may require maintenance or repair and will also take note of any new damage to the property or any violations of the rental agreement.

What Rental Property Management Inspections Sofia Involve

Our property management inspections in Sofia include:

Flooring:  Check for areas where the floor is stained, warped or otherwise damaged.

Walls:  Check for markings or other damage to the paint and check for water damage and stains. Note any cracks or buckling of the walls.

Doors:  Note any markings or other damage, both superficial and structural.  Check screen doors for tears or other damage. Ensure that all hinges are properly attached and swing freely.  Check that all locks are functioning properly.

Windows:  Check windows for cracks or other damage. Check the window frames and sills for paint erosion or other damage.  Check screens for tears.  Check that all locks are functioning properly.

Cupboards and Storage Spaces:  Check that all shelving is properly installed and secure. Check that doors are securely fastened and operable.

Light Fixtures:  Ensure that all light fixtures are functional and free of damage. Check that all light switches are covered and that plates are free of cracks and securely fastened. Note any electrical problems or broken fixtures.

Ceilings:  Take note of any leaks or evidence of water damage. Where applicable, check that all ceiling fans are properly functioning and secure.

Smoke Alarms:  Ensure that all smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors are properly functioning and free of debris.

Appliances:  Ensure that all appliances are functioning properly.

Bathrooms:  Check that all toilets are functioning properly and are free of cracks and other damage. Take note of any leaking faucets or other problems.  Check glass doors for cracks and check tracks for rust or other damage.

Air Conditioners and Heating Systems:  Ensure that all air conditioning filters are regularly changed and vents are clean and free of debris and obstructions.  This allows the systems to function at highest capacity and also prevents damage or system failure. 


  • Check that unit numbers or street numbers are clearly posted and easily visible from the road.
  • Check the paint and siding of the property and note any damage or erosion that may exist.
  • Make sure that all steps, pathways, and deck spaces are structurally sound and free of obstruction
  • If applicable, check that any handrails or guardrails on your rental property are structurally sound and safe for use.
  • Make sure that garbage receptacles are properly stored and that the surrounding area is free of trash.
  • Make sure grass is mowed and plants are trimmed and maintained
  • If a pet is allowed according to contract, make sure that the yard is free of excrement.

Beyond checking your rental property’s structural integrity and overall condition, the property manager will also be noting any perceived violations of the rental agreement. As a general rule, the following guidelines should give you an idea of what kinds of violations may be evident. 

Tenants are not allowed to paint any areas of a rental property.  Repainting a unit can very costly and, for this reason, we always collaborates with our owners regarding when and what areas of their properties to paint, including selection of paint colour.  We only contract with professionals to perform this service.

Fixtures and Wall Hangings:
We encourage our tenants to notify us if they wish to hang anything in the home. Certain fixtures and fittings can be difficult to remove and, depending on the type of materials being used and the structure or condition of the walls, these could cause lasting damage.

While we cannot expressly forbid smoking in one’s own home, smoking inside can cause severe damage to the property and can even affect the installation of new flooring and repainting of walls, both of which are costly procedures.  We do  advise tenants of the possibility of any smoke damage being deducted from their deposit.

If a rental agreement allows for pets it is perfectly fine to keep a pet in the home.  Any damage caused by a pet during the course of a tenancy is the complete responsibility of the tenant and costs for repairs are immediately due and payable by the tenant. 

Routine inspections allow rental management companies to address problems quickly, preventing further damage and ensuring that repairs are completed in a timely and efficient manner. We work together with our owners and tenants to maintain sound investments and happy homes.

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Bistritsa, Boyana, Dragalevtsi, and Simeonovo used to be villages at the foot of Vitosha Mountain which turned into suburbs due to Sofia’s growth. All four areas have preserved the slower pace of life and you will enjoy a very experience to living in the Centre of Sofia, you will see houses with beautiful gardens as opposed to blocks of apartments. This article examines the benefits of investing in property for sale Simeonovo Sofia.

Where Dragalevtsi and Simeonovo slightly differ is that they both have a lift to the top of Vitosha Mounatin (a cabin lift in Simeonovo and a chair lift in Dragalevtsi).

Simeonovo is one of the most prestigious districtsin Sofia. It is situated above, to the south, the Sofia Ring Road.

Travelling to Simeonovo Sofia

The main road from the centre of Sofia to Simeonovo is Simeonovoshusse. Simeonovoshusse ends at the Sofia Ring Road where the Simeonovo district begins.

There are frequent buses which connect Simeonovo to the Sofia city centre, you can find details of the bus routes at this useful website.

If you wish to drive to the city centre it would usually take no more than 30 minutes. From the Sofia Ring Road it is easy to travel to the other areas of Sofia such as Boyana, Mladost and Sofia Airport.


Lozenets is definitely one of the best districts to live in Sofia. Lozenets is known as a high-end, very desirable residential district with number of modern luxury residential developments interspersed with traditional Bulgarian homes.

To the south, the district heads to the slopes of Vitosha Mountain via Cerni Vrah Blvd, and to the west to one of the biggest and nicest Sofia parks – South Park.

The whole of Lozenets is packed with top quality shops, bars and restaurants, so you will never be short of entertainment.

In the past quarter was named “Korubaglar” (which means “vineyards in the woods”) because the quarter was at end of the town. Nowadays Lozenetz is amongst the most in demand and preferred districts and is still undergoing a lot of development of Sofia.

Lozenets can be split into two parts – Lower and Upper Lozenets. This can be slightly confusing as Lower Lozenets is to the north. You can easily reach the centre of Sofia by foot in 30 minutes while you will need to use the excellent public transport service or very cheap taxis to go to the centre from Upper Lozenets.


Iztok District is located just to the east of Sofia city centre. Iztok is Bulgarian for East and, originally, Iztok was the most eastern part of Sofia. Now the capital has far extended to the east and includes districts such as Mladost and Druzhba. Because of its proximity to the centre of Sofia, and the high quality of the property for sale Iztok Sofia is one the most elite and expensive quarters in the capital of Bulgaria.

Iztok is probably a little to far to walk to Sofia city centre for most people, but it an ideal cycle ride as it is relatively flat, unlike most districts outside of the centre of Sofia.

Borisova Garden Iztok Sofia

Borisova Garden is known as “Sofia’s lungs” because of the huge green area it occupies in the very heart of the capital. It is a monument of garden and park art of national importance.

Over the years, Borisova Garden has become a favorite place for walks and entertainment for several generations of Sofia residents and has earned the reputation of the most beautiful and preferred park in Sofia.


Dragalevtsi is definitely one of the best districts to live in Sofia, and property for Sale definitely comes with a premium price compared to the rest of Bulgaria, but compared to the cost of property in the rest of the European Union, it is an absolute bargain.

Dragalevtsi is part of Vitosha municipality and situated in the southwestern part of the city, in the foothills of Vitosha mountain.

Dragalevtsi now is an affluent district built up with luxury properties, as well as the old-style village houses that have not yet been re-developed into luxury modern properies in Dragalevtsi.

Location of Dragalevtsi Sofia

Dragalevtsi is located 7km from Sofia city center on the slopes of Vitosha Mountain.

Dragalevtsi has spectacular panoramic views and the excellent transport system which makes it an extremely attractive for location to live in. Indeed, Dragalevtsi is the preferred area in Sofia for many business people of high social status.


Boyana is an upmarket district of Sofia, the capital city of Bulgaria. Many businessmen and foreigners have invested in property in Boyana due to its quietness and high standard of living. If you choose to invest in property for sale Boyana Sofia you will be living in the same neighbourhood as the President, Prime Minister and the Speaker of the National Assembly.

Boyana is located 7km from the centre of Sofia in the foothills of Vitosha Mountain, which was declared the Balkan Peninsula’s first National Park.

Features of Living in Boyana

Boyana offers lots of greenery and peaceful ambiance that contributes to the healthy lifestyle of its residents:

  • Wonderful views Vitosha Mountain
  • Fresh summer and winter than the rest of Sofia
  • Fresh, clean mountain air
  • Good communication with the city center and the test of Sofia using Boulevard Bulgaria and the Sofia Ring Road
  • Gasification
  • Famous landmarks, such as
  • Boyana Church, The National History Museum, Boyana Residence, Boyana Fort and the Living Water Spring
  • Excellent shopping and places to eat and drink


Bistritsa is the least well-known of the 4 villages, (Bistritsa , Boyana, Dragalevtsi, and Simeonovo) which lay at the foothills of the magnificent Vitosha Mountain to the south of Sofia. Property For Sale Bistritsa is fast becoming the most sought after in Sofia

Bistritsa is a large village in the Sofia municipality, located in a small valley just 15 km to the south of the capital Sofia.

Crystal-clear streams (the name Bistritsa origin from Bulgarian “бистър” that means “clear, lucid, limpid”) flow through its teritory, and there are mineral hot-springs close to the village.

Travel to Bistritsa

The quickest way to travel  to Bistritsa is to use the Ring Road from the Darvenitsa junction to travel up the mountain.

If you wish to travel into the centre of Sofia by public transport, the best way is to take the bus to Mladost Business Park, where you can take the Sofia Metro all the way into the centre of Sofia.

You can also change trains on the Sofia Metro to quickly get to Sofia Airport.

Also, all four villages are connected by a mountain road, which provides for spectacular views of Vitosha Mountain and the whole of Sofia. The road runs from Boyana in the west to Lake Pancherevo (more on the lake below) to the east of Sofia.


Vitosha District is located towards the south of Sofia, between Lozenets District and Sofia Ring Road. At this moment there is a lot of construction of property for sale Vitosha District.

The weather is a little cooler and fresher than central Sofia, but the winters are not so harsh as you will find in Boyana, Dragalevtsi, and Simeonovo – this is one of the reasons that Vitosha district is becoming one of the best places to invest in real estate in Sofia.

Transport Communications and Shopping in Vitosha District

One of the major advantages of buying a property in Vitosha District are the excellent transport communications between Sofia city centre, the ring road and other areas of Sofia.

A major reason for the spectacular growth in the real estate market in Vitosha District was the opening of the Vitosha Metro station.

The bus connections are also excellent in Vitosha Distict, and will enable you to connect with many of the areas not yet covered by the Sofia Metro.

There is also a tram service from the northern part of Vitosha District which runs down Cerni Vrah Blvd into the centre of Sofia.

Talking of shopping, there is, arguably, the most up-market mall in Sofia located right in the centre of Vitosha District. Paradise Centre has an excellent selection of shops, supermarkets, restaurants as well as a cinema complex.