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Q: are there any good websites for renting rooms in Fuzhou, Fujian?

I'm looking for a room in shared apartment rather than renting apartment myself. don't want to deal with agency because of the fees. any information would be appreciated

9 years 37 weeks ago in  Housing - Fuzhou

 
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You can try and take a look on Echinacities. However, most apartments are not going to be posted online. You will find more by asking around, or maybe you can look in the newspaper. Only major cities will have ads like that online, and even then, they might not be what you're looking for.

http://classifieds.echinacities.com/china-housing/

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You can check any of the chinese websites such as echinacities, thebeijinger etc., You will more than likely have to deal with agencies if your looking around. That's at least what I am aware of anyways. You have to also be careful because I've seen many ads that post under for rent but actually they are trying to sell it so it would be a waste of time for you. There should actually be a city page for that city or a main website page for that city. Your gonna have to look that up. Most cities have their own website you just have to find it. 

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