Your Own Place in Poland: What you can’t learn on the internet about Polish real estate

About this event

Polish real estate is one of the most attractive, off the beaten track investment opportunities in the world. Did you know that the Polish real estate grow steadily with the average price ranging from 6,600 PLN to 10,600PLN per square meter? It is just 1700-2700 US dollars.

Since you are working on your grant application, you might be considering moving to Poland and purchasing or renting a house or apartment sometime soon. With that in mind, we’d like to introduce you to our good friend and a wonderful real estate agent, Olga Marciniak. She will walk you through the real estate market in Poland as well as answer any questions you may have.


  • How does the Polish real estate market work
  • What to focus on when looking for a property
  • Top location – where to buy and for how much
  • Q&A


New York, USA – Sun 26 Sept @ 6:00 PM EDT

Melbourne, AU – Mon 27 Sept @ 8:00 AM AEST

London, UK – Sun 26 Sept @ 11:00 PM BST

About our guest speaker

Olga Marciniak is Associated with the real estate industry for over 15 years. She gained knowledge and professional experience living on three continents. She discovered the potential of real estate in Italy, managing a portfolio worth tens of millions of Euro. Today she is a co-owner of rental companies in Australia and Poland. She cooperates with investors, guiding them through every stage of the investment process, as well as with private clients looking for their dream apartment. Although she derives great satisfaction from working on the transformation and bringing out the true potential of real estate, she derives most of her energy from the contact with people.

Who is it for?

The Polaron webinars are intended for grant clients that are interested in improving their application, gaining more knowledge about the process from other applicants and learn what works best.

How do I participate?

Please fill in the registration form below. We will contact you by email with instructions on how to access the online event. You can also register directly via Litmos platform.


8:00 am - 9:00 am