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Q: How much should I pay for renting an apartment in Dalian?

I'm looking for an apartment in dalian and I don't want to go throgh an agent but I might have to. what should I know to expect with the apt prices?

8 years 23 weeks ago in  Housing - Dalian

 
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Apartments around Qingni Waqiao and Xi’an Road are going to be the most expensive but you’ll be right in the city center. Suburb areas will be cheaper and so will older apartments. Older houses with squattie potties and no internet can be as low as 600 rmb for a month for a one bedroom. Pay around 1600 or so a month for better amenities and 2 bedrooms.

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first, you have to chose place you are going to live, and then fine information about apartment  to let,  next negotiate with apartment owner about the price 

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