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Two of China’s megacities (siêu đô thị) in the southern Guangdong province have recently begun building the country’s first large-scale (quy mô lớn) batch of affordable housing (nhà ở giá rẻ) for sale, aiming to make it easier for low- and middle-income (thu nhập trung bình) households to own their own homes.

China’s urban commercial housing prices (giá nhà ở thương mại) have soared (tăng cao) in the last two decades, making housing increasingly unattainable (không thể đạt được) for many low- and middle-income households. In response, the government has made building affordable housing a priority (ưu tiên), with the goal of making it a greater proportion (tỉ lệ) of the overall housing supply (nguồn cung nhà ở). 

In August, the State Council (Quốc Vụ viện CHNDTH) announced a nationwide push to build affordable housing for sale. The government sets the price of these units, and they cannot be rented out or resold in the commercial market once they are sold.

The housing mainly targets two groups: those with low incomes who have trouble finding housing and in-demand workers in industries such as tech, healthcare, and education.

China’s social housing system has historically been made up of rental-based (dựa trên việc cho thuê) housing targeting low-income groups and public housing with shared ownership (quyền sở hữu) aimed at homebuyers unable to afford commercial housing. 

The introduction of affordable housing for sale will help meet low-income people’s different housing needs, according to a spokesperson (phát ngôn viên) for the Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural Development (Bộ Nhà ở và Phát triển Đô thị - Nông thôn).

source: Sixth Tone, 

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