bench_body wrote:Jia Yuan@Wanhangdu Rd. 458
2 bedroom, 86 sqm
If you are staying on 1304 building 6, the asking price is 5800rmb for 87.55sqm 2 bedroom apartment. Other flats on the 13th floor costs around 6k-6.5k
Which means you got it at a fair price @ 5,600rmb.
wibel wrote:bench_body wrote:wibel wrote:Often, the shell around something says nothing at all about the inside. To each his/her own. But 18000 for a 89 sqm appartement sounds terribly overpriced. Even if the taps are made out of pure gold, one should not pay such a price for that. After all, the water that comes out of those taps is of the same quality as anywhere else in Shanghai.
Word from a guy who lives in a studio-type flat, 8 sqm, with shared bathroom and kitchen worth 900rmb/month I suppose
Nice assumption, but you're wrong as usual. I have a full 4 sqm and me and my partner share it with another couple. The shared bathroom and kitchen is non-existant and last night a piece of rusty metal what must have been some kind of decoration on the top of the building crushed 34 floors down. Also, we only pay 2000 a year. It's really worth it!
canuckian wrote:Sun Wonderland. At the corner of Hennan Nan Lu & Fuxing Lu. Opposite of Yuyuan Garden
Walking distance to Line 10 & Line 8 (Lao Xi Men)
33rd fl. 310sqm for ¥20K/month
1. Minhang is a HUGE area, and prices will be less than Shanghai proper, and you may be a long way away, so need to check with agents close to the places you mention.
2. The square metres are calculated from centre wall to centre wall, so this can make a big difference.
Back home the calculation is "usable space"
Also in the case of apartments, there are common areas, that are not included, such as hallways leading to elevators, reception area, etc, and are not included in the square metres, but you get to use.
3. At least 95% apartments are furnished, and most can be changed to some extent by negotiation.
OU812 wrote:Westgate Garden @ Laoximen. 8000 rmb a month. 2BD, 109m2. 31st floor.
Everywhere I look says 10k+ a month, so I'm assuming it's good.
MarvinHC wrote:I will move from Europe to Shanghai in autumn and know next to nothing about the property market in Shanghai
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