1. High quality ≠ High cost
As there are ample property options available in the Singapore leasing market, do some online research on rental properties that stand out for offering tasteful high-quality furnishings and compare the prices within your shortlisted neighbourhoods. High quality does not always mean high cost! You can definitely find value for money expat accommodation near Chinatown and the CBD that offer you high quality furnishings at comparatively lower prices.
2. Space matters
Every square footage counts in land-scarce Singapore. Property rental fees are typically negotiated by per-square-footage price with a premium attached to popular neighbourhoods like those near Chinatown and the CBD. It is easy to work out the value for money comparisons once you have viewed several properties in your shortlisted district.
In our case, Abiel’s standard customer service training ensures consistency in our “friends first” approach, while the LAST model standardises the way everyone goes about handling difficult customers. Regardless of the business you are in, the management must “walk the talk” and lead the way by practising the same customer service philosophy to managing customers expectations.
3. Value for money extras count too
Those who appreciate higher security and personalised services such as a dedicated station concierge or 24/7 virtual concierge must factor in the related costs that are worked into the monthly rental fee. Ask your landlord what extra value services are included in the rental agreement.