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A sales woman introduces an overseas property program to visitors at a spring real estate exhibition held in Beijing, April 17, 2015. [Photo/IC]
At the just concluded Central Urban Work Conference, which was presided over by President Xi Jinping on Sunday and Monday in Beijing, it was decided to roll out measures to reduce the country's unsolved property inventory and stabilize its ailing housing  ...

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It'll probably have to take a package of multiple approaches to solve China's real estate problems. One of the approaches is for the central government to set up housing trusts or REITs (Real Estate Investment Trusts) to buy these excess inventories off the market and then sell these REITs to investors to recoup part of the costs. Meantime, incomes can be generated by renting these excess inventory units to needy residents (perhaps with options to buy at a later date). Of course, this has to be coordinated with other policies to assure that future land resources are to be allocated effectively to avoid the same problems happening again.

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It'll probably have to take a package of multiple approaches to solve China's real estate problems. One of the approaches is for the central government to set up housing trusts or REITs (Real Estate Investment Trusts) to buy these excess inventories off the market and then sell these REITs to investors to recoup part of the costs. Meantime, incomes can be generated by renting these excess inventory units to needy residents (perhaps with options to buy at a later date). Of course, this has to be coordinated with other policies to assure that future land resources are to be allocated effectively to avoid the same problems happening again.

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