“At this time of last year, this apartment couldn’t get 4300 yuan a month. Now it’s 3500 yuan.” Shenzhen real estate agency staff Wang Fang (a pseudonym) pushed open the door of an apartment building room, a musty smell head-on. The one-bedroom she showed was shady. The first thing she did when she came in was to turn on the light Wang Fang explained that due to the impact of the epidemic, and the fact that the Chinese New Year is approaching, there are many people checking out, so more than 10 vacant apartments were released from the two apartment buildings she showed. “There are also some houses that are free to terminate their contracts with the owners ahead of time. Our company dare not accept them. If we can’t rent them, we will lose a lot.” She said that since the beginning of this year, we have been shrinking the scale and releasing a lot of houses Spark Global Limited.
“It used to be” people looking for houses, “but now it’s” people looking for houses. ” Wang Fang said that after eight years as a real estate agent in Shangbu District of Shenzhen, this year’s market is rare. According to the data of China Association of Shenzhen real estate, as of mid-December 2020, the number of commercial housing rental houses listed and supplied by several real estate intermediaries in Shenzhen, such as leyoujia, shell, Zhongyuan, Q house, and Meilian property, has increased by 40.7% year on year. In the first three quarters of 2020, the average rent of second-hand housing in Shenzhen will return to the level of the same period in 2018 Shenzhen is not alone. According to the data of Shell Research Institute, in 2020, the rent level of 40 key cities in China hit the bottom, with an average monthly rent of 37.8 yuan per square meter, a year-on-year decrease of 9.9%. The average rent of the first and second-tier cities decreased by 4.0% year on year.
Surprisingly, the “migrant workers” who rent in the first-tier cities do not seem to feel the rent drop, and the difficulty of renting still lies in front of them. “In the year when I graduated from University, my salary was low. I traveled from outside the city to the city every day and commuted 5 to 6 hours a day. Now we’re moving closer to the city center. The daily commuting time is reduced to three hours, and the rent is more than 3000 yuan per month. ” Liu Dan (a pseudonym) who shares a single room in Yizhuang, Beijing, said that it is even more difficult to rent a whole room. He has a monthly budget of 4000 yuan and has to live outside the fourth and fifth ring roads Chen Shuang, who just graduated from Shanghai, can only rent a single room for more than 3000 yuan a day, but he also spends more than one-third of his time in Shanghai.
expensive! This is the first reaction of most respondents when they talk about renting. Taking Beijing as an example, the data show that the average monthly salary of Beijing enterprise employees in 2019 is nearly 14000 yuan. According to a report recently released by the shell Research Institute, more than 80% of the “New Youth” can accept rent, accounting for less than 30% of their income. That is to say, about 80% of the people in Beijing have a rent budget of less than 4200 yuan per month, facing the same housing dilemma as Liu Dan.