A residential compound built by China Vanke at a property fair during the National Day “Golden Week” holiday in Dongguan on October 2, 2018. Photo: Reuters.
A residential compound built by China Vanke at a property fair during the National Day “Golden Week” holiday in Dongguan on October 2, 2018. Photo: Reuters.

Housing deals to resume in 2022 in China’s first-tier cities as buyers re-enter the fray with pent-up demand after four years of draconian controls

  • Median home prices in Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou and Shenzhen may rise by no more than 5 per cent in the new year
  • Easier financing pledged by monetary authorities is helping leveraged developers to get their projects back on track, while genuine homebuyers get their mortgage loans

Topic |   China property
A residential compound built by China Vanke at a property fair during the National Day “Golden Week” holiday in Dongguan on October 2, 2018. Photo: Reuters.
A residential compound built by China Vanke at a property fair during the National Day “Golden Week” holiday in Dongguan on October 2, 2018. Photo: Reuters.
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