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How to Find Furnished Rooms for Rent in Singapore 

By March 31, 2023No Comments

Searching for accommodation? If you’re an expat who’s moving to Singapore or a local who’s moving out of your family home, you might be attracted to the convenience of a furnished room for rent. Here are some ways to start your search. 

1. Online property portals 

Property listing websites are a convenient way to shortlist the properties you’re interested in based on your set criteria. All you need to do is to adjust or customise the search settings so that you will get results for furnished rooms for rent in Singapore.

Then, further narrow down your criteria based on your budget and preferred location. After you’ve browsed through the listings, you can reach out to the property agent in charge of the listing to arrange for a viewing.

2. Co-living companies 

Co-living operators such as Bespoke Habitat also have furnished rooms for rent in Singapore. Co-living operators usually pay more attention to the aesthetics of the furnished rooms that they let out. So if you’re looking for something a little more stylish, opt for renting a room from a co-living operator.

Co-living spaces usually offer a communal living experience with shared spaces and amenities. Looking to make new friends? Then, co-living might be something you might wish to explore. Plus: wifi, utilities and housekeeping services are included the rent! Those are some pretty good perks indeed. 

3. Property agents 

If you really don’t have the time to do your homework to shortlist furnished rooms that you are keen to rent, you can consider taking up the services of a property agent. The agent will do the legwork for you and will scout around for rooms based on your criteria. They will also be able to help you with the paperwork.

If you prefer a hassle-free and personalised experience, this is one option you can explore. It’s best to work with someone you can trust such as a friend who’s a property agent or someone who’s highly recommended by a trusted friend or relative. Do keep in mind that property agents may charge a fee for their services. So make sure you clarify this upfront. 

4. Hostels 

If you’re really on a tight budget, you can consider hostels. Some hostels in Singapore offer private rooms for rent, which may be furnished. This is an option if you’re looking for a temporary place to stay while you search for a more permanent room.

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