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Q: I'm looking for a nice unit in Wuhan for a reasonable price...to buy.

...won't to move back to Wuhan with my wife....

10 years 35 weeks ago in  Housing - Wuhan

 
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What do you mean by unit?? House? Car? Motorcycle?

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I think he means a Flat or Apartment...which is also known as a Unit! Wink

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There are tons of websites & agencies that have this kind of information.  If you or your wife can speak Chinese, then the process is pretty simple. 

 

1) Get to Wuhan.  All the info in the world isn't as valuable as actually seing the place.

2) Find out what part of Wuhan you want to live in.  Wuhan is a HUGE city so location is key.

3) Figure out your needs.  What size home are you looking for?  What are the must have ammenities?  Etc...

4) Scout out areas of interest.

5) Research online about housing developments & developers.  This can save you from many, many headaches later down the road.

6) Figure out your financing options ahead of time.  Depending on how many properties you own, you will be expected to come up with at least 50-80% down.

 

There are a lot more steps than this, but these should get you started down the right path.  Enjoy Wuhan.

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if you recognize Chinese, you can search"只为学生网'' 'only for students'
here you can find cheap and safe apartment near to universities. again that will be fine since you can meet with many chinese who would like to communicate with you in English.haha

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10 years 29 weeks ago

love Chinese particular wisdom and magnificent insight of Buddhism.

 
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And?

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