The growth of new home prices in China’s biggest cities slowed amid tighter regulation. Photo: Bloomberg
The growth of new home prices in China’s biggest cities slowed amid tighter regulation. Photo: Bloomberg

New home prices in China’s big cities lose momentum as cooling measures bite, paving way for tougher restrictions in smaller ones

  • Prices of new homes in Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou and Shenzhen, crept up by just 0.4 per cent in March, less than the previous month
  • Smaller, second- and third-tier cities that saw faster growth in prices may soon find themselves subject to tighter property restrictions

Topic |   China property
The growth of new home prices in China’s biggest cities slowed amid tighter regulation. Photo: Bloomberg
The growth of new home prices in China’s biggest cities slowed amid tighter regulation. Photo: Bloomberg
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