“In the first half of September, Nanjing’s second-hand housing transaction volume declined, continuing the market tone in August. Under the influence of the “Ning Nine” new policies in July, some customers lost the qualification to buy houses, and the transaction cycle of second-hand houses was significantly longer.” 365 Amoy second-hand room channel editor-in-chief Wu Xiu 14 in an interview with the China News Service reporter said.
The second – hand housing market has always been a bellwether to explore the property market. This year’s property market “gold nine silver ten”, in the context of frequent New Deal opened the prelude. The Yangtze River Delta has entered a new round of real estate regulation period. Various new policies including second-hand housing transactions, land auctions and fine decoration have been adopted to crack down on speculators and protect customers with rigid needs. The regulation intention of stabilizing land prices, housing prices and expectations is obvious.
According to Zhongyuan real estate statistics, in August, the cumulative number of national real estate regulation was 32. According to Zhang Dawei, chief analyst of Centaline Real Estate, from July to August, the property market is tightening. On the false divorce, false settlement, false talent speculation property behavior, all moves to plug the leak. Some places take out the land auction new policy, the land auction market for directional cooling.
Other cities, such as Wuxi and Changzhou, have also recently stepped up their property control measures. Changzhou will obtain real estate warrants after the period of sale to four years, unpaid loans, reloans to buy up to 60% of the down payment. Wuxi New Deal on housing transaction taxes and fees, loans to tighten, and severely crack down on speculation school district housing, bidding up the price of second-hand housing behavior.
Under the multiple measures, housing prices stabilized.
The National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) on Thursday released the changes in 70 large and medium-sized cities’ housing sales prices in August. A new home price index of 70 large and medium-sized cities showed no cities nationwide saw new home prices rise by more than 2 percent in August. New home prices in the core cities of the Yangtze River Delta, including Shanghai, Nanjing and Hangzhou, all rose less than 1 percent month-on-month. New home prices in Wuxi, Wenzhou and Jinhua rose 1.1 percent, 1.3 percent and 1.1 percent respectively in August from the previous month, which are among the cities with big increases in China.
“Under the influence of the new policy, large area, improved housing more attention. This is common in many cities.” Wu Xiu said that although the number of second-hand houses in Nanjing saw a decrease in the volume of transactions in September, the number of listed houses has been rising, and many homeowners are ready to “trade small for large, old for new”. In terms of new housing, in September, Nanjing real estate market will have 21 new units of more than 4,000 housing sources into the city, good quality, good school district, good property communities are expected to be sought after by the market.