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The knowledge for expats to know about renting flat in Shanghai

How to rent an apartment in Shanghai

Different from rent apartment in America or Europe, it is common in China or in Shanghai that apartments can be rented out fully furnished , and they are even ready for immediate moving in.  Inner styles however vary significantly depending on who are the landlords and how they  tried to appeal to .   more »

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Expat Life in luxury Xintiandi, Shanghai – The luxurious downtown lifestyle you can expect

If you are looking for a chic, high end and westernised neighbourhood, look no further than Xintiandi. This vibrant and exciting metropolis is a concentration of fashion and fine dining yet also scattered with open green spaces for a tranquil experience. You will feel right at home with the high number of English speakers, more »

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Home buying sentiment rebounds in Shanghai

Shanghai Arch

Home buying sentiment rebounded slightly in Shanghai last week despite a plunge in supply, latest market data suggest. The area of new residential properties sold, excluding government-subsidized affordable housing, rose 3.2 percent to 303,200 square meters during the seven-day period ended Sunday, Shanghai Homelink Real Estate Agency Co said in a report released today. more »

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Full guide: Serviced apartments in Shanghai

Shanghai serviced apartments shanghai are apartments available both for short term,long term rent

Serviced apartments in Shanghai are apartments available both for short- and long-term rent that are located in a high-risen tower in downtown Shanghai. They are recognized by the high service level that are similar to five star hotels, such as housekeeping, concierge, food ordering service, bedsheet and towel cleaning etc. You will literally feel more »

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Some Factors For Renting Old Houses In Shanghai

Old houses in Shanghai are Arranged along the quiet tree-lined streets in Fabulous localities of Shanghai, This kind of as Previous French Concession Region, Xintiandi Region, the Jing’an Temple Region, Gubei Region, Hongmei Path Region, and the Common Xuhui Garden Region. These houses would Permit you to Reside in a calm and peaceful Atmosphere more »

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Types of housing in Shanghai for rent

Villas The villa market in Shanghai is almost exclusively dedicated to expatriates and well off local Chinese. Some developments solely house expatriate employees. These tend to be located in the suburbs, though there are some notable exceptions in the centre of the city that are difficult to obtain. Apartments The largest selection is in more »

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Transportation in Shanghai

There are two main form of expatriate transformation in Shanghai: company car or taxi. The company car, which used to be part of almost any expatriate package to China, is provided now only to high level executives. There are number of additional public transportation options available: Taxi: Taxis are plentiful, affordable and safe, though more »

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Some Additional Choices for Life in Puxi

The Bund The Bund, Shanghai’s famous landmark has been making international headlines in recent years due to its re-development into a luxury retail and F&B area. There is nowadays a splendid range of high-end entertainment destinations situated inside the buildings formerly occupied by Western trading houses and banks. While many of the buildings directly more »

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Where to Live as Expats living in Shanghai-Hongqiao

Trusted Gubei and Hongqiao Gubei has been a long-standing favorite with foreigners in Shanghai, especially Asian expatriates and those wanting access to excellent facilities while still being on a lower budget than downtown. Gubei was Shanghai’s first expatriate apartment area, built in 1994 and is located within Hongqiao. Further west of Gubei, the area more »

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Where to Live as Expat living in Shanghai-Jing’an

A home in Jingan This fashionable area along Nanjing West road has attracted many high-rise apartments and also contains some lovely restored colonial properties. Nanjing Road West, the area around Plaza 66 and the Portman Hotel is Shanghai’s most luxurious shopping destination, rivaled now only by some of the outlets at the Bund. Next more »

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