A family at Qianmen Street, a popular tourist and shopping area in Beijing. Housing incentives might not be enough and Beijing might have to roll out more aggressive policies to promote its new three-child policy, according to an analyst. Photo: AFP A family at Qianmen Street, a popular tourist and shopping area in Beijing. Housing incentives might not be enough and Beijing might have to roll out more aggressive policies to promote its new three-child policy, according to an analyst. Photo: AFP
A family at Qianmen Street, a popular tourist and shopping area in Beijing. Housing incentives might not be enough and Beijing might have to roll out more aggressive policies to promote its new three-child policy, according to an analyst. Photo: AFP
China property

Three-child policy: China should provide cheap homes to ease anxiety about financial burden of larger families, market observers say

  • Country could provide homes at rates below market price, as in the case of ‘talent homes’, analyst says
  • Tax incentives, easing limits on home purchases in major cities among other measures put forward

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A family at Qianmen Street, a popular tourist and shopping area in Beijing. Housing incentives might not be enough and Beijing might have to roll out more aggressive policies to promote its new three-child policy, according to an analyst. Photo: AFP A family at Qianmen Street, a popular tourist and shopping area in Beijing. Housing incentives might not be enough and Beijing might have to roll out more aggressive policies to promote its new three-child policy, according to an analyst. Photo: AFP
A family at Qianmen Street, a popular tourist and shopping area in Beijing. Housing incentives might not be enough and Beijing might have to roll out more aggressive policies to promote its new three-child policy, according to an analyst. Photo: AFP
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