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Flatmates OR roomrental opportunities (City Hall/ Clarke Quay)

Posted By: anthony.kong

Date: Sun, 19 Jul 2020

Budget: $3,000.00

Mobile: +65 81305944

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@SG great news! I am currently looking for roommates/rental opportunities, as I have secured a Singapore contract, and am currently looking for rental opportunities from now with the target of commencing lease by end of 2020. About me:
•Preferably a 2 bedroom condominium in town area (near Clarke Quay)
•Budget SGD1200-1600 per person, so SGD2400-3000 for 2pax
•Singaporean
•Working in a technology company servicing the medical diagnostics space across Asia Pacific
•Newly arrived from Sydney with 6 years experience working across Australia, USA
•I spend the weekdays working and exercising, and enjoy the fortnightly weekend night in town (though I don't drink), and visit my family 1x a week
•I do triathlons; swimming, cycling and running for fun
•Though I am not looking to build the next party house, I am very happy if you had someone over, or wanted to throw the occasional party
•No couples, kids, or pets please
•No illegal activities (drugs etc.)
•LGBTIQ-friendly
Please let me know if you are interested/know someone who is, and I can pass you more details!



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