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Your checklist when renting serviced apartments.

When renting a serviced apartment either through us or any other providor, whether it be a global brand or a private landlord, here is a checklist of things to consider.


Determine if the apartment is located in a convenient and desirable area, taking into account proximity to amenities, public transportation, and your place of work or study.

Size and Layout:

Assess the size of the apartment and determine if it meets your space requirements. Consider the layout and whether it suits your living needs and preferences.

Furnishings and Amenities:

Check what furnishings and amenities are provided in the apartment. This may include furniture, appliances, kitchen utensils, bedding, towels, Wi-Fi, TV, washer, dryer, gym facilities, parking, etc. Ensure that the provided amenities meet your needs.


Assess the security measures in place, such as secure entry systems, CCTV surveillance, and on-site security personnel, to ensure your safety and peace of mind.

Lease Terms:

Review the lease agreement thoroughly. Take note of the lease duration, rental price, payment terms, required deposit, and any additional fees (e.g., utilities, cleaning, or maintenance fees). Understand the terms and conditions, including policies on notice periods, renewals, and potential penalties for early termination.

Maintenance and Repairs:

Inquire about the apartment's maintenance and repair policies. Understand how maintenance requests are handled and the expected response time to address any issues that may arise.

House Rules:

Familiarize yourself with the apartment's house rules, including regulations on noise, pets, smoking, communal areas, and any restrictions or limitations for residents.

Lease Renewal or Extension:

Inquire about the possibility of lease renewal or extension if your stay needs to be extended. Understand the process and any associated costs.

Communication and Support:

Determine the level of communication and support provided by the apartment management. Inquire about their availability, procedures for reporting issues, and emergency contact details.

Reviews and Recommendations:

Research online reviews or seek recommendations from others who have lived in the serviced apartments you are considering. This can provide insights into the overall living experience and help you make an informed decision.

Remember to document any existing damages or issues in the apartment before moving in and inform the management to avoid potential disputes when moving out.

This checklist is a general guide, and your specific preferences and requirements may vary. It is always recommended to ask any specific questions you may have directly to the apartment management to ensure clarity and avoid any misunderstandings.

Please note that some information in this response can vary depending on the specific serviced apartment and its management policies.

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