[New things about part-time jobs] China's per capita housing area exceeds 41 square meters! Let's take a look at the wonderful things about the house


2022-06-24: [Chinese Article Link]  Original title: China's per capita housing area is over 41 square meters! An average of 111 square metres of residential area per household The National Statistical Office recently published the Chinese Census Yearbook 2020, which details the disaggregated data for the seventh census. According to the data, the average household size in the country is 41.76 square metres, with an average household size of 111.18 square metres. The average household size in our city is 36.52 m2. In the subregion, households in the city of Guangdong live in less than 30 m2. It should be noted that households in our country are divided into households and collective households. As a result, the housing situation of the household to a large extent reflects that of the inhabitants of the country. According to the analysis of the working population, 41.76 square metres of residential space per person in the country is not low, but this does not mean that individuals actually live in places of work and living conditions. In particular, among the urban mobile population, there are people who have housing in their home and who may not have a low housing area, but these houses are vacant and they are actually working, without housing and only renting. Thus, urban housing data are of greater concern, and according to the above-mentioned yearbook, the average housing area for urban households in the country in 2020 was 92.17 square metres. However, there are significant regional differences: in 12 provinces, households live in more than 100 square metres, and in three provinces they live in more than 110 square metres; at the end of the list, households in six provinces live in less than 80 square metres, namely Guangdong, Shanghai, Heilongjiang, Beijing, Liaoning and Jilin. There are also large differences in the average number of households due to differences in the structure of households in different regions. Thus, the urban per capita housing area data for each region more directly reflect the housing situation of the inhabitants. The data show that the per capita housing area in our cities was 36.52 square metres in 2020. By province, seven provinces have urban households with an area of more than 40 square metres per person, namely Tibet, Henan, Hunan, Hubei, Yunnan, Qinghai and Jiangsu. Of these, the first six are located in the central-western region, while the eastern coastal provinces have the highest per capita residence in Jiangsu, the seventh largest in the country. The last three urban households live in Guangdong, Shanghai and Hainan, all in the southern region, with only 29.59 square metres per household in the city of Guangdong, the only province in the country with less than 30 square metres per household. Researcher at the Centre for Urban Development and Environmental Studies of the Chinese Institute of Social Sciences (CSSS), Niu Feng Rui, analysed the housing problem in order to see whether there was a match between the place of employment and the supply of housing, in addition to absolute values. In a number of cities with declining and shrinking populations, the loss of people and easier movement of people, houses are not able to follow them; in areas of population influx, there is a large concentration of people, but the process of building houses, coupled with factors such as being subject to land indicators, has been characterized by persistent housing stress in large cities, marked by conflicts and rising housing prices. According to seven figures, the population of Guangdong reached 29,620,000, leading the country's provinces, accounting for 23.7 per cent of the country's trans-provincial population. These cross-provincial influxes are mainly directed to the Pearl Delta region, which attracts not only the out-of-provincial but also the large influx of people from the western and western parts of the province. The foreign population of Dong-shenzhen and Shenzhen is even far above the household population; however, the supply of land and housing has been strained by factors such as natural geographic conditions in a city like Shenzhen. A review of the sales data of 35 major cities in the Chinese Statistical Yearbook 2021 found that during the 19-year period from 2002 to 2021, Shenzhen had a total of 106,520,000 square metres of residential sales, with only 26 out of 35 priority cities, representing only 15.6 per cent of Chongqing, 26.8 per cent of Chengdu, 27.4 per cent of Shanghai and 35 per cent of Wuhan, and 38 per cent of Zhengzhou. In a single 100 m2, it is equivalent to only 106,000 new housing units in 19 years, a significant gap compared to the large housing needs. Wheat and garlic can change rooms! But there's a sudden end to the operation. What's going on? Another housing company has come up with an amazing idea to go to stock. This time it is a real estate property of Henanichik, where wheat and garlic can be used as a down payment in time for the harvest of local produce. Good Wheat Room. Big Garlic. One of the activities was completed The event began with two web-circulated “others” posters, which could be “2 Yuan/hunk, wheat for a change of house” in the town of Henan Province and “5Yuan/hunk, garlic for a change of house” in the commune of Henan Province. On the morning of 22 June, journalists called in two separate places to confirm the authenticity of the contents of the posters. The staff of the relevant premises in Civil Rights County stated to journalists that the activities were real and effective, and that the purchase price of wheat was exactly 2Yuan pounds, but only the down payment, up to 160,000 Yuan. The average price of the building was around 5800 Yuan, and the house size was about 117-144 O, thus calculating that 160,000 Yuan could account for up to 80 per cent of the initial payment. A local wheat farmer in Henan said to reporters that this year’s wheat harvest was slightly earlier than in previous years, and was almost complete at the end of May and early June. The harvest and the purchase price were also better than in previous years. On the evening of 22 June, however, journalists again consulted the premises and were informed that the “wheat change” event had ended at noon on 22 June, and it was not known whether there would be a similar event in follow-up. As for the so-called “glues-to-house” campaign launched by the county, known as “China’s Garlic Country,” one of the county’s business advisers also said that it was true for journalists. “The current price of garlic on the market is around 1.5 Yuan a pound, and we are buying it according to 5Yuan. However, a down payment of 20,000 Yuan is required, while the other down payment can be made with garlic, and a house of up to 20,000 pounds of garlic, i.e. 100,000 Yuan. The consultant stated that the event would cease on 25 this month, that is, on the almost end of the garlic harvest season in the district. An online poster showed that between 22 May and 6 June, the building had received a call call from the 2859 group, a visit to the 852 group, a deal of 30 sets and a deal of approximately 860,000 pounds of garlic for 16 days. Where do you take the wheat and garlic? The staff on both floors say they're not sure. "There's no one at the most who's getting laid, and we don't even know what's going on." But some insiders in the real estate industry have told Chinese finance reporters that this is not so difficult. “We usually go to the store to see houses, sell houses, and often bring rice flour and oil, and local developers are bound to have access to agro-trade companies, supermarkets, etc. In cooperation with them, the companies concerned can be connected directly to the farmers and then transfer the corresponding purchase money to the home.” Can you really drive home shopping? These two special promotional events also triggered intense discussion among the online community. In the Civil Rights County, the home of Rui Ri (aliasing) made a payment to the journalist: according to a pound of wheat to 2 Yuan, the maximum of 160,000 Yuan's down payment would require 80,000 pounds of wheat. “In our village, an average family has less than 10 acres of arable land, and it is unlikely that 8 or 9,000 pounds of wheat will be paid in full and that they will have to sell for their livelihood. At half, it's worth $120,000. Families with 80 acres of arable land don't have to save as much as that. But there are also people who think, "Well, it's just one more way of selling, not being forced." “This year, when the epidemic affected us, garlic was not sold at a very good price. Now, for farmers who really need a house, it's a good deal, so there are customers who are willing to switch. According to the above-mentioned adviser on the management of the county, the garlic in the county fell by 50 per cent last year because of the effects of the outbreak and flooding, and a number of farmers felt a little bit of a “crowding” this year. “The essence of the event is `exploitation of the potential of farmers to buy and increase the purchasing power of home buyers'.” The Director General of Research at the Think Bank Centre of the Institute of Evictions made a strong leap forward in stating that the sale of agricultural products by home helpers and farmers is an objective support for the down payment of home purchases. “The funds for the marketing of farmers' products are themselves attributed to farmers, without indebtedness or high leverage, while reducing the cycle of marketing of agricultural products, allowing farmers to return their funds at better prices and faster rates, and inevitably increasing their capacity to purchase housing. Is it hard to sell houses in the city? “In the first half of this year, the sale of three or four-line urban housing fell by almost 50 per cent in comparison, and innovative marketing models are therefore also necessary.” As argued, the developers are behind this extraordinary marketing tactic, and the huge marketing and inventory pressure they face on the ground. “I'm getting married at home now, basically with a house in the county, or not living in the village, and I'm going to buy a house in the county, and I feel like I can't sell it.” In Jom Ri, the house in the county town is a discount option for the village people who want a better life, but cannot afford the larger city house price. Rui Ri mentioned that the majority of rural people who buy houses in the county towns are also motivated by considerations of the education of their children. This is the end of Chengzhou's "highly educated building" program. Don't let the desire to settle down into the shackles of freedom. What can be done to retain highly educated people? There seems to be a new answer: on the bottom floor. High-educated people hope to settle their businesses, but they are disappointed again, and the collapse of confidence and trust may be at the end of the day. With four universities located within four kilometres of the area, and with the advantage of the developers, the building attracted a large number of highly qualified people to purchase it. Of the 1,057 owners, 72 are doctors and 320 are masters, of whom 80 per cent are undergraduates and above. On this building, the State grants 100,000 Yuan, 50,000 Yuan and 200000 Yuan, respectively, to Ph.D.s, Masters and the “two-class” undergraduates who buy their houses for the first time. Twenty per cent of the owners of the building are subsidized by the State's talent allowance. Netizens argue that “it is a trickle-down building to retain talent” and that “the desire to settle is now a shackle to freedom”. Many cities are experiencing “battle wars” – especially for highly educated people – and, in addition to a liberal home-housing policy, start-up finance, direct subsistence and home purchase subsidies. It was not easy to “take” people, but to think that they had been “retentioned” because the building had been shut down. Although the owners had been trying to defend their rights, the stoppage project had not been resumed. (Composite source: First Finance, China News Network, Lightnet) Worker's Daily Client No. 345.


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[New things about part-time jobs] China's per capita housing area exceeds 41 square meters! Let's take a look at the wonderful things about the house


2022-06-24: [Article Link]  Original title: China's per capita housing area is over 41 square meters! An average of 111 square metres of residential area per household The National Statistical Office recently published the Chinese Census Yearbook 2020, which details the disaggregated data for the seventh census. According to the data, the average household size in the country is 41.76 square metres, with an average household size of 111.18 square metres. The average household size in our city is 36.52 m2. In the subregion, households in the city of Guangdong live in less than 30 m2. It should be noted that households in our country are divided into households and collective households. As a result, the housing situation of the household to a large extent reflects that of the inhabitants of the country. According to the analysis of the working population, 41.76 square metres of residential space per person in the country is not low, but this does not mean that individuals actually live in places of work and living conditions. In particular, among the urban mobile population, there are people who have housing in their home and who may not have a low housing area, but these houses are vacant and they are actually working, without housing and only renting. Thus, urban housing data are of greater concern, and according to the above-mentioned yearbook, the average housing area for urban households in the country in 2020 was 92.17 square metres. However, there are significant regional differences: in 12 provinces, households live in more than 100 square metres, and in three provinces they live in more than 110 square metres; at the end of the list, households in six provinces live in less than 80 square metres, namely Guangdong, Shanghai, Heilongjiang, Beijing, Liaoning and Jilin. There are also large differences in the average number of households due to differences in the structure of households in different regions. Thus, the urban per capita housing area data for each region more directly reflect the housing situation of the inhabitants. The data show that the per capita housing area in our cities was 36.52 square metres in 2020. By province, seven provinces have urban households with an area of more than 40 square metres per person, namely Tibet, Henan, Hunan, Hubei, Yunnan, Qinghai and Jiangsu. Of these, the first six are located in the central-western region, while the eastern coastal provinces have the highest per capita residence in Jiangsu, the seventh largest in the country. The last three urban households live in Guangdong, Shanghai and Hainan, all in the southern region, with only 29.59 square metres per household in the city of Guangdong, the only province in the country with less than 30 square metres per household. Researcher at the Centre for Urban Development and Environmental Studies of the Chinese Institute of Social Sciences (CSSS), Niu Feng Rui, analysed the housing problem in order to see whether there was a match between the place of employment and the supply of housing, in addition to absolute values. In a number of cities with declining and shrinking populations, the loss of people and easier movement of people, houses are not able to follow them; in areas of population influx, there is a large concentration of people, but the process of building houses, coupled with factors such as being subject to land indicators, has been characterized by persistent housing stress in large cities, marked by conflicts and rising housing prices. According to seven figures, the population of Guangdong reached 29,620,000, leading the country's provinces, accounting for 23.7 per cent of the country's trans-provincial population. These cross-provincial influxes are mainly directed to the Pearl Delta region, which attracts not only the out-of-provincial but also the large influx of people from the western and western parts of the province. The foreign population of Dong-shenzhen and Shenzhen is even far above the household population; however, the supply of land and housing has been strained by factors such as natural geographic conditions in a city like Shenzhen. A review of the sales data of 35 major cities in the Chinese Statistical Yearbook 2021 found that during the 19-year period from 2002 to 2021, Shenzhen had a total of 106,520,000 square metres of residential sales, with only 26 out of 35 priority cities, representing only 15.6 per cent of Chongqing, 26.8 per cent of Chengdu, 27.4 per cent of Shanghai and 35 per cent of Wuhan, and 38 per cent of Zhengzhou. In a single 100 m2, it is equivalent to only 106,000 new housing units in 19 years, a significant gap compared to the large housing needs. Wheat and garlic can change rooms! But there's a sudden end to the operation. What's going on? Another housing company has come up with an amazing idea to go to stock. This time it is a real estate property of Henanichik, where wheat and garlic can be used as a down payment in time for the harvest of local produce. Good Wheat Room. Big Garlic. One of the activities was completed The event began with two web-circulated “others” posters, which could be “2 Yuan/hunk, wheat for a change of house” in the town of Henan Province and “5Yuan/hunk, garlic for a change of house” in the commune of Henan Province. On the morning of 22 June, journalists called in two separate places to confirm the authenticity of the contents of the posters. The staff of the relevant premises in Civil Rights County stated to journalists that the activities were real and effective, and that the purchase price of wheat was exactly 2Yuan pounds, but only the down payment, up to 160,000 Yuan. The average price of the building was around 5800 Yuan, and the house size was about 117-144 O, thus calculating that 160,000 Yuan could account for up to 80 per cent of the initial payment. A local wheat farmer in Henan said to reporters that this year’s wheat harvest was slightly earlier than in previous years, and was almost complete at the end of May and early June. The harvest and the purchase price were also better than in previous years. On the evening of 22 June, however, journalists again consulted the premises and were informed that the “wheat change” event had ended at noon on 22 June, and it was not known whether there would be a similar event in follow-up. As for the so-called “glues-to-house” campaign launched by the county, known as “China’s Garlic Country,” one of the county’s business advisers also said that it was true for journalists. “The current price of garlic on the market is around 1.5 Yuan a pound, and we are buying it according to 5Yuan. However, a down payment of 20,000 Yuan is required, while the other down payment can be made with garlic, and a house of up to 20,000 pounds of garlic, i.e. 100,000 Yuan. The consultant stated that the event would cease on 25 this month, that is, on the almost end of the garlic harvest season in the district. An online poster showed that between 22 May and 6 June, the building had received a call call from the 2859 group, a visit to the 852 group, a deal of 30 sets and a deal of approximately 860,000 pounds of garlic for 16 days. Where do you take the wheat and garlic? The staff on both floors say they're not sure. "There's no one at the most who's getting laid, and we don't even know what's going on." But some insiders in the real estate industry have told Chinese finance reporters that this is not so difficult. “We usually go to the store to see houses, sell houses, and often bring rice flour and oil, and local developers are bound to have access to agro-trade companies, supermarkets, etc. In cooperation with them, the companies concerned can be connected directly to the farmers and then transfer the corresponding purchase money to the home.” Can you really drive home shopping? These two special promotional events also triggered intense discussion among the online community. In the Civil Rights County, the home of Rui Ri (aliasing) made a payment to the journalist: according to a pound of wheat to 2 Yuan, the maximum of 160,000 Yuan's down payment would require 80,000 pounds of wheat. “In our village, an average family has less than 10 acres of arable land, and it is unlikely that 8 or 9,000 pounds of wheat will be paid in full and that they will have to sell for their livelihood. At half, it's worth $120,000. Families with 80 acres of arable land don't have to save as much as that. But there are also people who think, "Well, it's just one more way of selling, not being forced." “This year, when the epidemic affected us, garlic was not sold at a very good price. Now, for farmers who really need a house, it's a good deal, so there are customers who are willing to switch. According to the above-mentioned adviser on the management of the county, the garlic in the county fell by 50 per cent last year because of the effects of the outbreak and flooding, and a number of farmers felt a little bit of a “crowding” this year. “The essence of the event is `exploitation of the potential of farmers to buy and increase the purchasing power of home buyers'.” The Director General of Research at the Think Bank Centre of the Institute of Evictions made a strong leap forward in stating that the sale of agricultural products by home helpers and farmers is an objective support for the down payment of home purchases. “The funds for the marketing of farmers' products are themselves attributed to farmers, without indebtedness or high leverage, while reducing the cycle of marketing of agricultural products, allowing farmers to return their funds at better prices and faster rates, and inevitably increasing their capacity to purchase housing. Is it hard to sell houses in the city? “In the first half of this year, the sale of three or four-line urban housing fell by almost 50 per cent in comparison, and innovative marketing models are therefore also necessary.” As argued, the developers are behind this extraordinary marketing tactic, and the huge marketing and inventory pressure they face on the ground. “I'm getting married at home now, basically with a house in the county, or not living in the village, and I'm going to buy a house in the county, and I feel like I can't sell it.” In Jom Ri, the house in the county town is a discount option for the village people who want a better life, but cannot afford the larger city house price. Rui Ri mentioned that the majority of rural people who buy houses in the county towns are also motivated by considerations of the education of their children. This is the end of Chengzhou's "highly educated building" program. Don't let the desire to settle down into the shackles of freedom. What can be done to retain highly educated people? There seems to be a new answer: on the bottom floor. High-educated people hope to settle their businesses, but they are disappointed again, and the collapse of confidence and trust may be at the end of the day. With four universities located within four kilometres of the area, and with the advantage of the developers, the building attracted a large number of highly qualified people to purchase it. Of the 1,057 owners, 72 are doctors and 320 are masters, of whom 80 per cent are undergraduates and above. On this building, the State grants 100,000 Yuan, 50,000 Yuan and 200000 Yuan, respectively, to Ph.D.s, Masters and the “two-class” undergraduates who buy their houses for the first time. Twenty per cent of the owners of the building are subsidized by the State's talent allowance. Netizens argue that “it is a trickle-down building to retain talent” and that “the desire to settle is now a shackle to freedom”. Many cities are experiencing “battle wars” – especially for highly educated people – and, in addition to a liberal home-housing policy, start-up finance, direct subsistence and home purchase subsidies. It was not easy to “take” people, but to think that they had been “retentioned” because the building had been shut down. Although the owners had been trying to defend their rights, the stoppage project had not been resumed. (Composite source: First Finance, China News Network, Lightnet) Worker's Daily Client No. 345.

Note: This is a translated version of the Chinese news media article. A mature and nuanced reading is suggested.

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