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Q: How much does a furnished apartment cost in china?

I am coming to live in China and I want to know how much a house or Western style apartment cost monthly

8 years 5 hours ago in  Housing - China

 
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Chinas a big place narrow your search a bit or a lot then you can get some advice

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Check in Echinacities - Classified section..

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Which city are you looking at? Any specific room numbers? Type of building?

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The set price for a furnished apartment in China, no matter the size or quality is 20,000 rupees per month.

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location location location.  how can anyone possibly answer that question?  it depends where in china, and where in the city.  it also depends how you found the apartment and what type of apartment it is.  

 

btw 20000 rupees is about 2500rmb.  try finding an apartment in shanghai for that now.  it will be.........rustic

i would say you need about 3000 upwards to get a decent place in shanghai

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If you need any apartment in Beijing, please feel free to contact Daisy at 153-2154-8300 or email to daisy201172@yahoo.com. No agent fee wink

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Wow! Judging by your incredibly vague post, I'd say stay where you are as you clearly do not have an eye for detail and China does not treat those who don't keep their eyes open well.

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the price depending on  the  city  which you want  live  i n  , the location you want   .

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How much is a piece of string?

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i asked one like that a while back just change your answer to your top 5 places and say what you consider western you should get some good advice.

 

though if you are in a top Tier city it could cost more than back home.

 

heres mine if you want a good laugh read it

 

all i want is a shower and not to be stabbed what can i get for 2500 or less in beijing (4 answers)

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Hi green, 
Western style apartments in Shanghai costs around 10K-150K depending the location and the space you looking for. But mostly, you can find apartments between 8K-20K in good locations. Those prices are for western styles. 

 

 

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It would be around 3000 Kuai for a fully furnished apartment meaning bed, sofa, desk, book shelves, chair for desks, t.v. set and entertainment set, dining table with tables, closests, fridge etc., 

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The local expat-communities are a very good resource for local information. They can give you helpful suggestions and good recommendations. There is generally a web site for expats to discuss events and other things. You will be able to find a lot of positive and needed information there.

 

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