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Q: housing. How much will it cost to buy a 2 bedroom house/apartment with western bathroom in Guilin?

Luxury not required, but needs to to western standard of housing, preferably in good condition, or that would lead to another series of questions about renovating

6 years 27 weeks ago in  Housing - Guilin

 
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This will depend on whether you want new or second hand.

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Guilin's real estate price is very low comparing to many other cities in China, about 4000 to 5000 RMB per square meter for a new apartment that requires interior decoration. For a two or three bedroom apartment of 120 square meters or 1200-1300 square feet, it costs about 500,000 to 600,000 RMB. The interior decoration may cost another 100,000 RMB for a moderate decoration.

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