20 April 2020 – Brainsre.news
The price of new homes in China rose slightly in March, by 0.13% on average, buoyed by pent-up demand following the coronavirus.
The price of new homes in 70 large cities across China rose by an average of 0.13% in March compared to February, according to data from China’s National Bureau of Statistics, released after the re-opening of the economy post-coronavirus. The data excludes state-subsidised housing but have sparked enormous global interest as they are the first figures available from the first country to overcome the pandemic.
In January and February, when Covid-19 was at its peak in the Asian country, transactions and the launch of new projects were slowed by an average of between 15% and 40%, as reported by Brainsrenews. In this way, property sales fell by 35.9% compared to the same period a year earlier, whilst the surface area of assets sold decreased by 39.9%.
Original Story: Brainsre.news
Translation/Summary: Carmel Drake