China News Agency, Beijing, August 6 (Reporter Pang Wuji) 58.com and Anjuke released a report on the trend of first-tier and new first-tier cities on the 6th, showing that the popularity of first-tier cities increased month-on-month in July, but the average rental performance was stable. , There was no significant fluctuation. In the same month, Guangzhou's housing rental fever rose by 6.3% month-on-month, ranking first among first-tier cities.
The report shows that in July, the housing rental market in Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, and Shenzhen all rose in varying degrees from the previous month. Among them, the interest in renting houses in Beijing increased by 5.7% month-on-month, and the interest in renting houses in Xicheng District, Shijingshan District, and Miyun District all increased by more than 10% month-on-month.
In July, Shanghai’s overall housing enthusiasm increased by 4.1% month-on-month, and Qingpu District was the area with the highest month-on-month increase in Shanghai’s housing enthusiasm, reaching 20%. The housing enthusiasm in Shenzhen rebounded significantly from the previous month, up 5.4% month-on-month. Among them, the housing enthusiasm in Dapeng New District rose 8.6% month-on-month, the largest increase among all regions in Shenzhen. Guangzhou is the city with the highest month-on-month increase in housing housing interest among the first-tier cities. In July, the month-on-month increase in housing housing interest was 6.3%. In the same month, Guangzhou's Huangpu District, Zengcheng District and Conghua District saw a month-on-month increase of more than 10% in the renting boom.
Affected by the new crown pneumonia epidemic, in the first half of the year, the housing market in many places in China has cooled down, the transaction cycle has been extended, and the rental level has also declined. However, entering the second half of the year, with the advent of the graduation season, the rental market has entered the peak season, and demand has also rebounded significantly.
From the perspective of rent levels, the average rent in the four first-tier cities in July rose and fell mixed, generally stable. Among them, the average rent in Beijing fell slightly by 0.2% month-on-month, Shanghai rose 3.7% month-on-month, Guangzhou rose 1.9% month-on-month, and Shenzhen rose 1.5% month-on-month.
A similar trend is also emerging in new first-tier cities. Among them, Chengdu's rental housing boom in July rose 9.7% month-on-month, the most outstanding performance among the new first-tier cities. The average rent in Chengdu fell slightly that month, down 2.0% from the previous month. In the housing leasing markets in Hangzhou and Changsha, both the housing boom, the number of new housing listings, and the average rents have experienced different degrees of month-on-month increases. It is worth noting that in the month, the number of new homes in Hangzhou increased by 17.7% month-on-month, and the number of new homes in Shangcheng District increased by 52.9% month-on-month; the number of new homes in Tianjin Ninghe District also increased by 47.4% month-on-month. (Finish)