Statistics Bureau talks about uneven hot and cold property markets: increase land supply in big citi
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This issue reflects the phenomenon of real estate market differentiation, that is, the supply and demand relationship in first-tier cities is very tight, and house prices tend to rise.
Review: The market does not make up for the short-term short-term bearish Q: Can Zhangjiang Hi-Tech continue to hold? Ning Ji, the director of the National Bureau of Statistics and the secretary of the party group, has studied the case. The data has been hot and cold, and there must be differentiation and hot and cold in various places, but it is not as bad as the Internet users report. May be within tolerance. As a big city, control measures alone are not enough, and the supply of housing must also be increased, because big cities have strong economic and population aggregation capabilities. To increase the supply of housing land, there must be some urban agglomerations. The National Bureau of Statistics released on the 15th the first quarter of 2016 the state's economic operation. According to preliminary calculations, the GDP in the first quarter increased by 6.7% year-on-year at comparable prices. Ning Ji, the director of the National Bureau of Statistics and the secretary of the Party Group, explained the operation of the national economy in the first quarter. Some netizens have pointed out that the country is now vigorously removing real estate inventory, but the reality is that first-tier cities in housing prices have skyrocketed, and third-tier and fourth-tier cities have gone out of stock. Is the data "hot" or "cold"? This issue reflects the phenomenon of real estate market differentiation, that is, the supply and demand relationship in first-tier cities is very tight, and house prices tend to rise. Several second-tier cities are also close to first-tier cities. Fourth-tier cities may have more real estate inventory than demand, so there is little movement. The hot and cold data presented by netizens reflects the phenomenon of real estate differentiation. Ningji�Rough Endowment 觯 The real estate market is highly territorial. One place is different from the other. This differentiation does exist. In March, this differentiation has been transmitted from first- and second-tier cities to third- and fourth-tier cities. According to the latest online signing figures from the Ministry of Construction, some progress has been made in destocking in third- and fourth-tier cities, which has improved. However, despite the overheating of housing prices in first-tier cities, this has affected the interests of citizens. Housing prices have risen so high, and it has also affected the operating costs of the entire economy. Everyone noticed that, like Shenzhen, Shanghai, Beijing, and Guangzhou, some policies and measures to maintain the stability of the real estate market have been introduced. They are very targeted, and those who have limited purchases have to limit their purchases. House prices in second-tier cities must remain stable, because most housing in second-tier cities are in the state of destocking except for higher housing prices in individual cities. Third-tier cities should encourage more destocking. Fourth-tier cities should be encouraged because fourth-tier cities are closer to farmers, and are generally county towns and small cities. The government still hopes that some farmers who work along the coast can return to their hometowns and enter the county towns. Ningji Buildings After hard work, there must be differentiation and cold and heat in various places, but it is not as bad as dozens of degrees reported by netizens, which may be within the tolerance range. As a big city, control measures alone are not enough, and the supply of housing must also be increased, because big cities have strong economic and population aggregation capabilities. To increase the supply of housing land, there must be some urban agglomerations. Large cities like Beijing must integrate the overall development of Beijing, Tianjin, and Hebei, and ease the non-capital functions of Beijing. The steady development of real estate is a difficult problem in the world. China's urbanization is developing so fast. Maintaining real estate stability is a key task for our country.