China News Agency, Beijing, July 30 (Reporter Pang Wuji) The "Research on the Real Estate Policies in Major Cities in the Country" released on the 30th by the E-House Real Estate Research Institute stated that the real estate market in China's 13 cities in the first half of the In the "hot" zone, some cities may stage a new round of tightening of regulation in the near future.
Since July, many hot cities in China have successively tightened their real estate control policies, conveying the signal of “no speculation in housing and housing”. Cities with hot real estate markets in the first half of the year, such as Shenzhen, Nanjing, Hangzhou, Ningbo, and Dongguan, successively introduced tightening policies to promote stable market development.
On July 24, the real estate work symposium was held, and representatives from 10 cities participated in the symposium. According to the requirements of the meeting, it is necessary to fully implement the main responsibility of the city government, promptly respond and deal with problems found, and adopt targeted policy measures in a timely manner. Industry insiders believe that this has given clear policy guidance to the recent phenomenon of overheating housing prices in some cities, and policies may be tightened in some cities with overheating housing prices in the future.
In the first half of the year, which cities showed a tendency to overheat the real estate market?
Taking the price increase of new and second-hand houses comprehensively, the study pointed out that according to statistics from the National Bureau of Statistics, among the 70 large and medium-sized cities, the cities where the cumulative average increase in the prices of new and second-hand houses was greater than 5% were Tangshan, Yinchuan, Shenzhen and Shenyang; Cities between 4% and 5% are Chengdu, Xining, Xuzhou, Hangzhou and Wuxi. In addition to Shenzhen's comprehensive upgrade and regulation of the above eight cities, the other seven cities are under pressure to upgrade and regulate.
From the perspective of land price increase, in the first half of the year, land prices in Tangshan, Yantai, Luoyang, Yinchuan, Xiamen, Yangzhou, Chengdu, Kunming, Ningbo, and Ganzhou increased significantly year-on-year. Among them, Tangshan, Yinchuan, Chengdu and other cities also saw larger housing prices.
Taken together, the report believes that the real estate market in 11 cities including Yinchuan, Tangshan, Xining, Hangzhou, Chengdu, Wuxi, Shenyang, Nanjing, Xuzhou, Shenzhen and Ningbo has been hot in the first half of the year, and there is greater pressure for policy regulation. Among them, Shenzhen, Nanjing and Ningbo have already issued comprehensive control policies in July, and the recent property market control is unlikely to be further upgraded.
In addition, although Dongguan and Nantong are not within the 70 cities whose housing prices are calculated by the National Bureau of Statistics, as strong third-tier cities, the property market was relatively hot in the first half of the year. Among them, Dongguan has introduced a new property market deal in the early morning of July 25. (Finish)