China Real Estate Signs of Moderation in Free Fall

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Since the announcement of China's three red lines policy in August 2020, the real estate sector has been heavily impacted by it, eventually leading to a liquidity crunch in the sector. While the impact of the policy measures may not be immediate, a further moderation can be predicted in the key real estate indicators. In such a scenario, the Chinese government may entirely abolish the restrictions on the three red lines policy.

Key Takeaways:

  1. The untamed rise in housing prices over the years has resulted in unaffordable housing for the people.
  2. The current slew of policy measures is a step in the right direction to compensate for the negative impacts of the three red lines policy.
  3. A bottoming of the economic indicators is possible by the end of H1 2023, and we may see a recovery in the second half of the year.

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