Apartment and Renting Related Spanish Phrases
Apartment Spanish Phrases
Do you have travel plans to a Spanish speaking country? Do you need to know how to rent an apartment in Spanish? Do you want to know the Spanish phrases to use to ask questions about renting an apartment? If your answer to any of these questions is yes, read on for the answers. The Spanish phrases on this page are all phrases and sentences that you'll typically use in a Talking about Apartments or renting an apartment.
Whether you are a conducting the business of renting apartments in Spanish or English, the phrases on this page have what you need to communicate effectively. You'll learn phrases to say what kind of location you need for an apartment, as well as information about the community it's in. Talk about the details that are required for the apartment, such as if it has two bedrooms, if it has a parking area, or garage, etc. Is there a common laundry in the apartment complex? Does the apartment have included utilities like winter heating. Discuss in Spanish how soon the renters can move into the apartment. Does this apartment allow any kind of pets? Talk about apartment features like a pool or an exercise room.
Be sure to listen to the authentic native recorded audio of each of the Spanish phrases on this page. Most phrases have a sentence or two of instruction about how to use the phrase, or a special note of explanation about something in the phrase.
- Estoy buscando un apartamento cercas de mi trabajo.
- I'm looking for an apartment close to where I work.
- ¿Has visto las revistas de apartamentos que dan gratis en algunas tiendas?
- Have you seen the free apartment locator magazines in some stores?
- Certain words and word groups are easily confused in listening to Spanish. -- For example, watch out for the 2 words "que dan" above because they sound exactly the same as the plural of quedar(to stay) which is quedan.
- Me gustaria saber mas información sobre esta comunidad.
- I'd like to know more information about this community.
- As you can see, the word order in this sentence follows closely to the word order of the English sentence.
- Ocupamos un apartamento de 2 recamaras.(habitaciones)
- We need a 2 bedroom apartment.
- In the above sentence, the word we is understood by the form of the verb that's used. Both of the words above can be used to say bedrooms.
- ¡Todos estos apartaments vienen con 1 mes de renta gratis!
- All the apartments come with the first month's rent free!
- Spanish uses several text characters that English doesn't have. -- For example, the inverted exclamation mark at the beginning of this sentence. If you want to know how to type these special characters on your keyboard you can find out here.
- ¿Que tan pronto podemos mover en el apartamento?
- How soon can we move into the apartment?
- Pueden llamar a este numero para mas información.
- You can call this number for more information.
- En este apartamento la cuesta de calefacción esta incluída.
- With this apartment, the cost of heat is included.
- Este complejo de apartamentos tiene lavandería.
- This apartment complex has a laundry.
- ¿En este apartamento se permite los animales domesticos?
- Are pets allowed in this apartment?
- Notice there are 2 question marks in a Spanish Question sentence.
- Estos apartamentos tienen balcones y una piscina grande.
- These apartments have a balcony and a large swimming pool.
- For apartments to be plural, the definite article and the verb all have to be made plural as well.
- Me gustaria encontrar un complejo de apartamentos con Centro de Ejercicio.
- I'd like to find an apartment complex with an Exercise Room.
- Use the above sentence beginning anytime you want to express what you'd like to see happen sometime in the future.