China News Service, Beijing, January 25 (Reporter Pang Wuji) The curtain of the Spring Festival Transport in 2021 has not yet begun. Shandong, Hebei, Beijing, Shanghai, Anhui, Henan and other places have issued suggestions: "Not returning home if not necessary during the Spring Festival." .

In recent years, will the home-buying boom that occurs every year before the Spring Festival come as expected? and Anjuke released on the 25th the "2020-2021 Return to Home Property Survey Report", which showed that compared with before the Spring Festival 2020, the willingness of the surveyed population to return to home purchase in 2021 has been significantly reduced.

This year, 61.2% of the respondents hope to buy a house in their work city and surrounding areas, and 37.8% said they want to return to their hometown to buy a home (including the provincial capital and non-provincial capital of their hometown).

In the same period last year, the proportion of people who said they wanted to return to their hometown to buy a home was close to 70%.

  Among them, the proportion of home buyers who want to return to their hometowns (non-provincial capital cities) has dropped significantly, from over 31.1% in 2020 to 11% in 2021, a decrease of 20%.

  The report believes that as population flows and high-quality resources gather in central cities and urban agglomerations, the new first-line attractiveness continues to increase.

Due to their strong employment absorption capacity and high-quality public services, these cities have become more attractive to non-registered home buyers and have become a new choice for home buyers.

  The report shows that for the whole year of last year, among the new first-tier 15 cities, western cities became the hottest home buyers. Xi'an led the search for new houses, followed by Chongqing and Wuhan; Chongqing, Chengdu and Shenyang ranked the top three in terms of second-hand housing search.