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Q: Any 1 month rent apartments/rooms in futian or Nanshan?

I'm new to Shenzhen and I'm hesitant to lock myself into a 1 year deal when I don't know all the areas well or at all yet. But staying in a hotel at 108rmb a night is a lot for what Im getting (no wifi even!)

 

If anyone has an extra room or knows of a place that rents by the month or knows of a decent hotel cheaper than 100rmb a night please share the info!

 

 

7 years 49 weeks ago in  Housing - Shenzhen

 
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Look at the Classified section here at Echinacities. Top R side of the screen, click on 'Classifieds'. When page opens, click 'Shenzhen', and look at the 'Housing' ads.

 

Look also for Shenzhen newspapers or web sites on Internet.

 

Good luck!

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Hey, I am Seven. My suggestion is to share a room with other friends who have big apartment .And for a month , what's your budget ? Maybe I can help you . Got a friend newly found an apartment with tree rooms .I can ask if you want .

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By the way , my- we chat ID is seven15019290328

we'll see if we can help you .

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