China News Agency, Beijing, September 3 (Reporter Pang Wuji) 58.com and Anjuke released on the 3rd the "August 2020 First-tier and New First-tier Cities Renting Trend Report", showing that the renting fever in Beijing and Tianjin increased in August. Most of the other first-tier and new first-tier cities that have been monitored have experienced a decline in housing rent.
The report shows that in the first-tier cities, except for Beijing's continued increase in housing rental interest, the rental markets in Shanghai, Guangzhou and Shenzhen are all cooling.
From a regional perspective, in August, the renting fever in Beijing Daxing District increased by 23.2% month-on-month, the largest increase; in addition, the renting fever in Chaoyang District, Fengtai District, Tongzhou District, Changping District, Shunyi District and other regions also increased by more than 10% month-on-month.
In August, the popularity of renting houses in various districts of Shanghai generally declined from the previous month, and the Pudong District, Minhang District, Jiading District, and Qingpu District all fell by more than 10% from the previous month.
The situation in Guangzhou and Shenzhen is similar, and the housing enthusiasm in each district has also generally declined.
Guangzhou’s Baiyun District, Tianhe District, Huangpu District, Zengcheng District and Conghua District, as well as Shenzhen’s Nanshan District, Luohu District and Pingshan District, all saw a month-on-month decline in renting interest by more than 10%.
This report shows that in the new first-tier cities, except for Tianjin's slight increase in housing renting, Chengdu, Hangzhou and Changsha have all declined to varying degrees.
Among them, the enthusiasm for renting houses in various regions of Chengdu fluctuated, and the divergence was obvious; the enthusiasm for renting houses in Hangzhou and Changsha all declined.
The monitoring data of Zhuge Housing Search Data Research Center also reflects a similar trend.
In August, the average listed rental price in 20 large and medium-sized cities across the country was 43.23 yuan (RMB, the same below) per square meter per month, a slight decrease of 0.05% month-on-month and a year-on-year decrease of 1.75%.
Among the 20 cities, the number of cities with rising and falling rents remained the same, at 10.
According to the agency’s monitoring, the average rent in 20 large and medium-sized cities has fallen for 5 consecutive months, and the housing rental market is still not very active.
The leasing market is closely related to the employment situation and income situation. Although the current epidemic has been gradually controlled, the leasing market has recovered relatively slowly.
The national rent level has not recovered in August.