Finding a comfortable apartment to settle down is one of the most important things to do after arriving in China. Unfamiliar language and environment may make you feel very nervous at first, so we recommend that you learn about the situation of renting in China in advance.
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If you find the apartment you want, decide decisively instead of thinking about it for a long time.
Such as work visa, tourist visa or study visa.
Property ownership certificate
In addition to the actual housing area, it also includes elevators, entrances and external spaces (shared area).
It is usually 1-2 months' rent, and you will get it back after the end of the lease period.
You can try to request a 5-10% rent reduction, or ask for the rent to include the costs of WIFI and cleaners.
It depends on the city you live in, and is generally a one-time payment.
Beijing: less than 10,000 RMB
Shanghai: 35% of the monthly rent
Shenzhen: 50% of the monthly rent
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