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Q: Short-term accommodation?

I'm leaving Beijing in October but my rental lease will expire 2 months before that so basically I need to find a place to stay for that period of time.

What would you do in that situation? What would be the cheapest option?

Basically I can pay up to around 5000 per month so that rules out hotel apartments and so on. Any suggestions would be warmly welcomed, thank you!

5 years 6 weeks ago in  Housing - Beijing

 
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Just ask your landlord if you can stay 2 more months! Im sure they wont care. Thats what I have always done and never had anyone say no. In fact they are happy to get a few more months rent before trying to find a new tenant.

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Naturaly Beijing is more expensive than here in Small Town, but can't you stay a month in 7Days Inn for 5000 ? 

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5 years 6 weeks ago
 
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Get a Chinese friend to help you search ganji.com or you can check the rental agents that advertise on this site. 

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short term renting at this price is pretty much possible in Beijing. Just need to find a small room..you will need the help of chinese friends

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what other sites are there besides gangji, i used several before but cant for the life of me remember any of them 

 

please please

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what other sites are there besides gangji, i used several before but cant for the life of me remember any of them 

 

please please

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I used to stay in beijing. there are rooms you can rent monthly for 2000 rmb and the contract is 1 month period and 1 month deposit. it was located in Renmin University. You can check it out. I also have many friends there in Beijing. Please let me know if you need further support. my wechat ID is QiuMiko. 

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airbnb website, has the best deals.

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