Cover News Reporter Xiong Yingying Liu Xuqiang
Where to ask Chengdu today The most lively, it must be the housing trading center.
In the evening of May 15, Chengdu officially issued the "Circular on Further Perfecting the Regulation and Control Policy of the Real Estate Market in Our City" (hereinafter referred to as the "Notice"). And on the day the market has long been concerned and hot discussion. The net pass second-hand housing network signing site was "crowded."
When 8 o'clock in the evening, the reporter came to Chengdu and came to the second-hand housing market in Chengdu, Qingyang District. Although the first floor of the door was closed, the light on the second floor was still on. He walked through the side door to the second floor of the chain. On the site of the network sign, only a few staff members were working intensively. Many people still had dinner on the table that they hadn’t had time to eat.
"Actually, it's time to get off work. Too much, it is now working overtime, "said a staff member at the scene. Another staff member said to one of his colleagues: "We need to work overtime. One of my clients has just left the plane and will come over."
Chengdu citizen Mr. Li has just accompany his son to complete the web-clearing process. He told reporters that the house was good before, an area of about 70 square meters, has not started, ready to wait and see again. "As soon as the policy comes out, we quickly buy it, so as not to have a long night of sleep."
In Mr. Li's view, because of restrictions on the purchase of policies on impulse consumption should be a minority, many people are optimistic about the house in advance.
After the news on the 15th, the real estate agent Xiao Sun The phone number of the customer was not stopped. There was only one question asked. "Is the purchase restriction policy come out and I can buy it again?" Xiao Li said that, logically speaking, the purchase of a house before the purchase restriction, the purchase of a net counter before the purchase will not be affected by the new policy. "A lot of people hear the wind and want to make an 'injection' in advance. It is estimated that many people will have to work overtime all night."