Understanding China's residential property prices

Yingying Xu, Ph.D., economist
China's real estate sector attracts enormous attention from both policymakers and private investors. Residential housing prices rose at an unprecedented pace during 2009-2010; worried about a looming property bubble and the social unrest caused by the worsening housing affordability, authorities have implemented several rounds of tightening measures since then. These appear to have somewhat cooled down the market, but there are still many questions as to how far the price correction in the housing market should go. Issues in Brief

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