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Q: How much should I expect to pay for a place near New Pudong District + a metro line?

I am preparing to move to Shanghai and need to start pricing things out (will move in 1-2 months).

 

I will be living with my GF, so we do not want roommates. Aside from that I just want:

-a basic kitchen

-clean bathroom

-close to at least one metro line

 

The actual office is on: 浦东新金桥路 New Pudong Jinqiao Road

 

My wages/budget will be 13K CNY (and I'll probably pick up another p/t job later).

 

Prices/suggestions are welcome!

8 years 6 weeks ago in  Housing - Shanghai

 
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about 2000 or something like that

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8 years 5 weeks ago
 
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Createach... 2000? in much smaller city.

This is Shanghai, and NP is one of the most expensive places there... I would say 5k+

 

2-3k - ok, but far from NP and city centre

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