China News Service, Beijing, March 3. Ni Hong, deputy minister of the Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural Development of China, recently led a team to Hangzhou City, Zhejiang Province and Wuxi City, Jiangsu Province to investigate and supervise the implementation of a long-term mechanism for the stable and healthy development of the real estate market.
Ni Hong pointed out that adhere to problem orientation, strengthen market monitoring and analysis, find problems in time, take targeted measures in time, guide good expectations, and resolutely curb speculative real estate speculation.
Data map: high-rise commercial residential buildings.
Photo by China News Agency reporter Chen Chao
Ni Hong said that the city government must fully understand the importance of the stable and healthy development of the real estate market, unswervingly insist on the positioning of houses for living, not for speculation, and not using real estate as a short-term means of stimulating the economy, so as to effectively implement the city. Subject responsibility.
Ni Hong pointed out that the Central Economic Work Conference will "solve the outstanding housing problems in big cities" as one of the key tasks in 2021, and once again emphasized the need to adhere to the positioning of houses for living, not for speculation, taking measures according to local conditions and taking multiple strategies. Promote the steady and healthy development of the real estate market.
He emphasized that it is necessary to improve the control mechanism, strengthen the coordination of housing, population, land, and financial policies, and form policy synergy.
It is necessary to stabilize land prices, house prices, and expectations as the goal, increase work enthusiasm, initiative, and creativity to ensure the smooth operation of the real estate market.
We must vigorously develop affordable rental housing, improve long-term rental housing policies, increase land, fiscal, tax, and financial support, increase the supply of affordable rental housing and long-term rental housing, and solve the housing problems of migrant workers and newly employed college students through multiple channels.
Since late January, Ni Hong has been to Shanghai, Shenzhen, Beijing and other places to investigate and supervise the real estate market.
Over the same period, many first- and second-tier cities have intensively tightened property market regulation.
On March 3, Shanghai and Hangzhou both issued a number of tightening policies for the property market.
Among them, Shanghai has implemented a five-year purchase restriction on newly built commercial housing purchased in accordance with the priority purchase policy, while Hangzhou has included foreclosure purchases in the purchase restriction.