|The impact of the “9.30 New Deal” on the property market is also reflected in the transaction of school district housing. According to the statistical data of intermediary agencies, the transaction prices of the sample of 20 selected Beijing sample houses showed that the current overall increase in the school house room has been curbed for the time being. The transaction price in the school room in the last half of the school year did not exceed the September high. Data from September to October showed that the mainstream price of small and medium-sized school district houses was close to 100,000 yuan per square meter, and was relatively stable. The prices of popular high-quality school districts are close to or more than 150,000 yuan/square meter, and the upward pressure on local house prices is still evident.
According to an intermediary store broker at South College Road, because the number of children enrolled in each school year is generally stable, the number of school district rooms is relatively stable. However, on the other hand, school district housing will fluctuate with the market, but it is more resilient than ordinary housing.
The reporter also learned that school district housing is also affected by education policies. Due to the changes in the precincts of some well-known primary schools, the price of second-hand houses newly added to the dicing area was quickly increased. It is understood that taking the Yumin Primary School near the Moon Temple as an example, the Yumin Primary School will merge the Qinglongqiao Primary School and expand the corresponding area. There are a number of communities that were not originally in the area and the price of second-hand housing has risen.
In the view of the industry, the New Deal has made it clear that transactions completed through intermediaries must transfer funds in the supervision accounts of real estate management departments in various districts and eliminate the establishment of capital pools by intermediaries. The supervision of funds is conducive to the security of transactions and protects the financial security of both parties in second-hand housing transactions. This is the future development trend.
Faced with the tightening of regulatory policies, various agencies have started to regulate their own behavior and avoid “thundering.” The reporter also found during the visit that the intermediary brokers were relatively cautious in answering questions and taking a look. Some brokers told reporters that a number of stores had previously cleared a group of problematic properties and that the procedures for the agents’ work were more stringent.
According to industry sources, the regulation of funds is a long-standing requirement for large-scale intermediaries. However, sometimes, in order to “acquire” the customer’s request, they do not pay much attention to these problems, and have buried the hidden dangers for the later transactions. Now that there is an express provision, all major agencies will of course put compliance first.