China's home price surge stabilizes in September

China's home price surge stabilizes in September

In September, China's new home prices demonstrated a second straight month of poor surge, with prices in the biggest markets going down and revenues in smaller cities tumbling because government measures to tame a long property boom took hold.

China's housing market has faced a near two-year tear, thus giving the national economy a key boost, although driving fears of a property bubble even as the Chinese government works to reduce risks from a fast build-up in debt.

While monthly price leaps peaked in September last year at about 2.1% across the country, they have softened just begrudgingly since that time, regaining momentum because buyers managed to shrug off every new wave of government measures to tame speculation.

Market experts tell that more tightening could still be applied to lower-tier cities with fast price ascends because critics argue that China's ever-soaring administrative control over its property market has already reaffirmed traders’ views that prices are going to stand still.


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