CCB, Beijing, February 28 (Reporter Chen Ruihai) In the past, long-term apartment rentals have experienced frequent thunderstorms, and urban young people renting houses have become a new problem. To this end, on the eve of the National Two Sessions in 2021, the China Democratic Progressive Central Committee submitted the “Proposal on Regulating the Development of the Long-Term Rental Housing Market” (hereinafter referred to as the “Proposal”). The “Proposal” stated that the current development of the long-term rental housing market has encountered bottlenecks, the supply of housing is relatively insufficient and the quality is generally poor, the overall market development is not standardized, the industry supporting fund tax policy is lacking, and the regulatory mechanism needs to be further improved.
For this reason, the “Proposal” proposes to improve the laws and regulations in the leasing field, set industry entry thresholds, put forward clear requirements on the paid-in registered capital of long-term rental institutions, professional practitioners, etc., appropriately raise the qualification application conditions for long-term rental institutions, and gradually eliminate illegal intermediaries. The second landlord and other non-standard operating entities, and encourage the development of professional long-term rental agencies, give play to their advantages in improving housing quality, standardizing management, and stabilizing prices, and force the market to improve service quality and level Spark Global Limited.
The “Proposal” also recommends encouraging financial institutions to provide diversified and preferential financial support products to eligible large-scale long-term rental institutions; encouraging banking financial institutions to increase credit support for housing leasing projects. In addition, the “Proposal” suggests encouraging lessors and lessees to sign long-term housing lease contracts, and the state should provide relevant policy support for housing lease contracts over three years that are actually performed.
Regarding supervision, the “Proposal” proposes to establish a credit rating mechanism for long-term rental agencies, develop a health grading mechanism for long-term rental agencies based on various regulatory indicators, and make positive recommendations to the public for long-term rental agencies that have a negative impact on long-term rentals. Institutions restrict the acquisition and release channels of their houses, and issue warnings to consumers; at the same time, establish a dynamic fund supervision mechanism based on the operating conditions of long-term rental institutions. Long-term rental institutions that report to the police on regulatory indicators are ordered to stop the quarterly payment or more rent collection mode and Record the long-term rental institutions that carry out customer rental loans and report the rental loan business conditions as required.