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Q: What does it cost to rent a one bedroom apartment in Suzhou's SIP area?

7 years 47 weeks ago in  Housing - Suzhou

 
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try 58.com or 85.com

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Soufun.com might also be useful, I found most of my accommodations in China using this website. However many ads are posted by agents, many are also directly posted by landlords, make sure to rent from the last to avoid agent's fees.

 

Here's the direct link to renting in Suzhou: http://zu.suzhou.soufun.com/

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I pay 2000 RMB/month for exactly that, in a short term rental property. It's in the education district of tne SIP, close to Dushu Lake and the Liverpool Jiaotong University.

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the home link shops located in every street are they renting rooms or just selling it? I thought we can go to them to rent a house when needed... 

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There are fewer one bedroom apartments in SIP than in the other areas of Suzhou and this generally means you get a better deal (yuan/meters squared) when you look at 2/3 bed apartments. For a 2 bed apartment in Guidu Hua Yuan we pay 3900 and its just next to rainbow mall and central park in a great area.  

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That's probably a better place that the SIP itself, largely worth a daily transit to the SIP :)

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There are fewer one bedroom apartments in SIP than in the other areas of Suzhou and this generally means you get a better deal (yuan/meters squared) when you look at 2/3 bed apartments. For a 2 bed apartment in Guidu Hua Yuan we pay 3900 and its just next to rainbow mall and central park in a great area.  

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IT depends on where u wanna live SIP OR SND OR XIANGCHEN

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