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What is the difference between medium and long-term rentals?

As a registered tenant on MorningCroissant, you can rent a property for medium (a few months) or long (one year or more) terms.

A medium-term rental is mainly characterized by:

  • a lease, under civil law ("bail de droit civil", limited in time, from date to date;
  • the fact that the accommodation is not your primary residence.

Conversely, a classic long-term lease (furnished lease under the ALUR law) is characterized by:

  • a one-year tacitly renewable lease;
  • the fact that the accommodation is your primary residence;
  • variable rental fees depending on the surface area and the city: 12€/m² in the very tense areas, 10€/m² in the tense areas and 8€/m² in other cities.

Medium-term rental

Duration: typically less than one year
Lease (civil law) from date to date
Not the tenant's primary residence

Rental fees: 15% incl. VAT of the total rent
with a maximum of 689€ and a minimum of 15€

  • Ads with HD photos, virtual tours, videos and plans
  • Messaging tool to communicate with landlords
  • Tenant files with extended eligibility criteria
  • Online rental process and rent payment
    (credit card or bank transfer)
  • Lease template & receipts sent automatically
  • One month notice
  • Axa household insurance offered
    Coverage up to €1,500,000 - Learn more

Long-term rental

Duration : one year and more
Lease (ALUR law) with tacit renewal
Tenant's primary residence

Rental fees: 8€, 10€ or 12€/m² incl. VAT
depending on the city

  • Ads with HD photos, virtual tours, videos and plans
  • Messaging tool to communicate with landlords
  • Tenant files with extended eligibility criteria
  • Online rental process and rent payment
    (credit card or bank transfer)
  • Lease template & receipts sent automatically
  • One month notice
  • Household insurance to be taken out in addition
    Rates negotiated with our partners - Learn more

What is the difference between medium and long-term rentals?

As a registered landlord on MorningCroissant, you can rent out your property for medium terms (a few months), long terms (one year or more) or both.

A medium-term rental is mainly characterized by:

  • a lease, under civil law ("bail de droit civil", limited in time, from date to date;
  • the fact that the accommodation is not the tenant's primary residence.

Conversely, a classic long-term lease (furnished lease under the ALUR law) is characterized by:

  • a one-year tacitly renewable lease;
  • the fact that the accommodation is the tenant's primary residence.

The owner's commission differs between the 2 types of rental because the ALUR law requires the owner to pay at least the same level of commission as the tenant at the rental. This is offset by the fact that tenants stay for longer periods of time. These fees are capped according to the surface area and the city: 12€/m² in the very tense areas, 10€/m² in the tense areas and 8€/m² in other cities.

Medium-term rental

Duration: typically less than one year
Lease (civil law) from date to date
Not the tenant's primary residence

Management fees: 4.5% incl. VAT of the rents paid

No rental fees

  • Free listing
  • Messaging tool to communicate with tenants
  • Tenant files checked
  • Online rental process and rent payment
    (credit card or bank transfer)
  • Lease template & receipts sent automatically
  • Receipts sent automatically to your tenant
  • Your rents paid by MorningCroissant on a fixed date each month, even in the event of late or unpaid rent from your tenant
  • Unpaid Rent Guarantee offered
    Coverage up to 24 000€ - Learn more

Long-term rental

Duration : one year and more
Lease (ALUR law) with tacit renewal
Tenant's primary residence

Management fees: 4.5% incl. VAT of the rents paid

Rental fees: 8€, 10€ or 12€/m² incl. VAT based on the city

  • Free listing
  • Messaging tool to communicate with tenants
  • Tenant files checked
  • Online rental process and rent payment
    (credit card or bank transfer)
  • Lease template & receipts sent automatically
  • Receipts sent automatically to your tenant
  • Your rents paid by MorningCroissant on a fixed date each month, even in the event of late or unpaid rent from your tenant
  • Unpaid Rent Guarantee offered
    Coverage up to 70 000€ - Learn more