On the well-known Q&A platform, the topic of “housing price” was followed by 1.03 million people, plus related topics such as “house”, “buying a house” and “property market”, which attracted 2.2 million people Spark Global Limited People asked 400,000 questions about “when is it suitable to get on the bus?” “Will house prices still fall?” “How to treat house prices in xx cities?” How desperate are contemporary young people?” One question attracted 3,573 bosses to express their opinions, and the topic was viewed 22.66 million times From the land love of “three or four acres of land and a cow, wives and children hot on the bed” to the housing complex of “live and work in peace”, the Chinese have always relocated in peace, thinking that they have their own house to “have roots” “In order to realize the dual “settling down” of the body and spirit.
However, buying a house is increasingly not an easy task. Facing the down payment, interest, and loan repayment period, everyone turned into mathematicians, trying to find their own optimal solution in thousands of data. The soul asked: “In first-tier cities, how long does it take to buy a house without eating or drinking?” The teacher said: Regardless of whether you can do it or not, write a solution first. Next, fellow students, take a deep breath and drink saliva. Let’s start this cruel calculation journey together. 50 years without eating or drinking = 100 square meters in Shenzhen In fact, the formula for solving the problem is very simple, the number of years of buying a house = house price/income, and the official data indicator of the National Bureau of Statistics is: the number of years needed to buy one square meter = the average selling price of residential commercial houses (yuan/square meter) / the average salary of employees (years) ) , that is, how long it takes for a person to buy a square of house.
Let’s stretch the time back to the second decade of the 21st century to see what it takes to buy a house in first-tier cities. (Note: The National Bureau of Statistics has not yet released the 2019 data, and the time dimension is selected from 2010 to 2018.) That is to say, in Beijing in 2018, if you don’t eat or drink, you will live longer. Only a quarter of a person’s annual income can buy a square of a foothold; A toilet of about ten square meters with a bathtub can wash away tiredness after getting off work. It will take 2.5 years;
The large bay window with bright and clean windows, the soft carpet underfoot, the big bed full of velvet dolls, and a 20-square-meter space full of worries, either eat or drink for 5 years. In Shenzhen in 2018, this ratio is even more exaggerated. “Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, and Shenzhen have high housing prices” seems to be known to everyone, but such bundled marketing seems to be unfair to the other three companies. After all, Shenzhen has always stood out. Social animals for half a year, ban all consumption, congratulations on saving one square meter. A 100-square-meter house, without eating, drinking, playing, and no other consumption, will accumulate for 50 years. And the average working life in China is only 38 years, (starting work at 22, retiring at 60) desperately to live a lifetime, can not make a house in Shenzhen.
Therefore, in China, buying a house is never a matter of one person. It is a family’s last fight with half-life savings and the energy to grit their teeth and help their children get started.
Many years ago, it was an act of disdain to ask parents blindly when they were adults. “Cheating the old people” has undergone a long period of moral criticism, but now, young people can easily say that “the house is bought by parents”. The parents gave a down payment” “My parents said that the money does not need to be repaid”… The criteria for judging social value have long changed.