Websites for Taipei Real Estate Agents?

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Websites for Taipei Real Estate Agents?

Postby renegade » 23 Jul 2007, 02:27

I am planning on moving to Taipei in October and I was wondering if anybody knew of any real estate agents in Taipei who have websites? I am trying to find photos of houses, townhouses, or shophouses that are for rent... I understand that it may be a little too early to start looking, but I want to get at least an idea of what they may look like. I have found many apartment photos online, but no houses and such... Thanks
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Postby wisher » 23 Jul 2007, 05:00

http://www.yungching.com.tw/CC2/CC_Default.asp
You can search it according to your conditions.
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Postby Josefus » 23 Jul 2007, 09:41

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Re: Websites for Taipei Real Estate Agents?

Postby jlick » 23 Jul 2007, 12:57

renegade wrote:I am trying to find photos of houses, townhouses, or shophouses that are for rent... I have found many apartment photos online, but no houses and such...


Most housing here is apartments. You will have to go outside the city to even have a chance to find what you describe and even then you'll have to really look.
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Postby renegade » 23 Jul 2007, 14:11

Thanks for the website, but I cant read chinese... :oops:
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