Finding off-campus accommodation in Hong Kong can be a challenge as you may not understand the local law and the rental procedure well. Also, the rent for a private apartment in Hong Kong is relatively high and many landlords tend to consider only leases of at least one year. Yet, living off-campus could be fun – you will enjoy more freedom and have a chance to taste the local culture.
It is erroneous to assume that the first step of renting an apartment is the inspection of the flat. Before searching for apartments, it is necessary for you to understand thoroughly the Landlord and Tenant (Consolidation) Ordinance and the rental procedure. This website provides CUHK members with information related to rental accommodation outside of CUHK campus. Get prepared !
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