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Q: Finding an Apartment

Looking to rent an apartment here for 3 months. Just wondering what tips you can provide. Links to reputable sites would be great too. Thanks!

8 years 8 weeks ago in  Housing - Guangzhou

 
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try craigslist. i would try to work a deal with a hotel.

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Many foreign interns will strick a deal, often by agencies sending them over, with hostels for 2 or 3 months to avoid all hussels dealing short-term apartment rental

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You can check this place out near Beijing Road...It's more like a guest house with studio kitchen...furnished and nicely equipped bathroom such as laundry machine, drier and it doesn't cost that much..per night is around 220RMB but if you're willing to live for 3 months, the price will definitely come down...
P.S. It's a got a nice river view scene and pretty close to the metro line 2 ...Let me know if you're interested... Laughing out loud

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Offering air-conditioned rooms with flat-screen TV, free Wi-Fi in rooms, compound apartments in YaJun garden is a 10-minute walk from WangShengWei Metro Station and available near Canton Fair complex.

The Huangpu Ancient Village is only a 2-minute drive from the Yajun gardern.  PaZhou Exhibition is less than 800m away.

The YaJun garden apartments has Five Bedrooms, two living rooms, one kitchen and one balcony. Another one is equipped with eight big mattress and extra bed. The bedroom is used as the work room. It has spacious window, north-South , beautiful garden. It's quiet and comfortable. You can use all the items inside the house.

  1. The property has similar rooms. The photo only displays one of them. The layout and amenities may be a little bit different from the photos.  
  2. Room deposit: 1-2 bedroom is 100 dollar, 3-4bedroom is 150 dollar.

 

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Try going directly to the apartment and asking the security guard..they usually have the keys to rooms for rent and you give them about 1000 to 500 for giving you the tip off. this is been my most successful Method.

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Find real estate agents ,they are all around Guangzhou .

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