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Q: renting an apartement in guilin

how much does it cost to rent an apartement in guilin from basic apartment price 30 sqm to 100 sqms.anyone know any prices in rmb.and price of utilities in guilin gas water electricity in rmb.and any websites to find apartement in guilin.

7 years 33 weeks ago in  Housing - China

 
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it can be as cheap as 300 rmb per months for a really small apartment with just a bed and some basic furniture up to a couple of thousands. it also matters for how long you plan to live there, cause most landlords wouldn't want to rent it for just a couple of months, they would prefer at least half a year.

As for the websites, here are some: http://gl.58.com/chuzu/ ,   http://gl.ganji.com/fang1/

if you don't speak Chinese though, you would want some help from a Chinese friend.

Good luck!

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Hi,
I hope my answer doesn't come too late, but I just rented an apartment in Guilin so I hope my experience is helpful. I blogged about it, but I'll give you a short version here.
_ if you don't speak and read Chinese, get help from a chinese friend. Few people speak good english in Guilin
_ the realy nice places are usually only rented for at least a year, maybe 6 months. You can still find a decent place for a few months though
_ talking about prices - you get what you pay for. RMB 1300 up should get you a very decent apartment, but you can find places for a few hundred RMBs too.
_ gas, water, electricity obviously depends on you. I made a downpayment of RMB 500 for the next 4 months and will settle the final bill when I move out.
_  if your budget isn't extremely tight, don't go for a place older than 10 years top.
Good luck and hope you'll have a good time in Guilin

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I used 58.com, but had friends help me. My apartment was in my Gfs and my name, I think they utilities were also as I didn't ever know where to go to pay etc. My apartment was 2600, first ultility bill was over 600, I think it hadn't been paid before after that 100+.. I lived across from the bus station. I think everybody in Guilin knew where I lived, couldn't believe that.

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