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The real estate enjoys encouraging and discouraging policies; the real estate market regulation will be strengthened in the second quarter

  

  

  In 2010, the central inspectors led by the Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural Development inspected the local real estate markets deeply, for the convenience of the State Council and relevant ministries and commissions to formulate and adjust the future real estate policies.

  An expert of the Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural Development Committee of Experts who participated in this inspection said: “The real estate enjoys encouraging and discouraging policies in 2010, since the macro-economic task this year is to maintain the development and recover the economy, therefore the leading role of the real estate industry will be brought into play.” He also expressed that, considering the current phase of economic recovery, the credit policies would maintain the loose environment in a short period, it was predicted that from the second quarter the housing price would continue to rise with the steady macroeconomic growth, and the policy regulation would be gradually strengthened. The real estate policies will follow the trend of “first loose and then tight”, and the Class B and C cities whose housing price was relatively reasonable with small increase rate would moderately loosen the real estate policies.