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Chapter 74 The Struggles of Renting a House

  • “May I know what your requirements are?” the salesperson asked. His attitude didn’t change just because Christopher was renting a house and not buying one.
  • “No particular requirements, as long as it’s clean and tidy. The most important thing is safety. Of course, it would be better if it could be on Bulliard Street!”
  • The Serenade was on Bulliard Street. If he could rent a house there, it would undoubtedly be much more convenient for when he went to work in the future.
  • “Please wait for a moment!” After learning about Christopher’s request, the salesperson searched for relevant housing listing information on the computer.
  • After about five minutes, the salesperson seemed to have found a house that met Christopher’s requirements. He said to Christopher, “There’s a house that meets your requirements at No. 360, Bulliard Street, Fairview District. The owner stated that it could be sold or rented, but the rent may be a little expensive.”
  • “How much is the rent?” Christopher asked nonchalantly. Money was what Christopher cared the least about right now. He was willing to spend tens of millions in exchange for Thumbs-Ups, which already showed his attitude about money.
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