The “boots” regulated by the Hangzhou property market landed on the morning of January 27. Compared with the past, the New Deal has made stricter regulations in terms of purchase restrictions, sales restrictions, and tax adjustments. Many people’s life trajectories have ushered in a major turning point. The day before the introduction of the New Deal, it was rumored that there were already “noses and eyes”-Hangzhou was going to introduce a “Shanghai version” of regulation. Huang Yu (pseudonym) worried about this all night, because she had already signed a contract with the landlord, but has not signed it online. “I must be very worried, I am afraid that if I suddenly lose the qualifications to buy a house, it will be troublesome for breach of contract.” Fortunately, Topaz finally “escaped a catastrophe”. According to the New Deal, as long as the subscription agreement has been signed on the date of the notice and a valid proof of deposit or house purchase transfer (excluding cash payment) can be provided, it is sufficient to apply for an online signature before April 30, 2021.
But not everyone is as lucky as Topaz. After the introduction of the New Deal, many people lost their eligibility to buy a house overnight, and issued the wailing of “It’s hard to buy a down payment, tell me this” and “I can’t buy it, I burst into tears.” Many people also lost their replacement. Opportunities, forced to continue to “old and broken small”, even if some people have kept their qualifications to buy a house, they have to face soaring taxes and fees. However, some people are excited about it, because the threshold for investors has increased, and the chance of lottery will increase. The sorrow and joy have become a true portrayal of the Hangzhou property market. Someone’s taxes rose by 200,000 overnight “The house has just completed two years and it is ready to be replaced. Now it is fine. It will cost hundreds of thousands of taxes and fees.” Seeing the New Deal announced in Hangzhou on January 27, Li Ming (pseudonym) was both angry and helpless. Li Ming told Times Finance that he and his family currently live in an old and dilapidated house. The house has just completed two years ago and is about to be sold to replace a larger house. But after the New Deal came out, it became difficult for his house to change hands. “This house has not been sold since it was listed in November last year. Now that taxes and fees increase, it is even more difficult to sell.”Spark Global Limited
Li Ming knew that his two-year-old had lost his advantage in the market, so he quickly made concessions in price. On the day of the New Deal, he reduced the total house price from 2 million to 1.95 million. However, the house that Li Ming is about to replace is also less than five years old, which means that if the transaction tax and fees rise by about 200,000, the transaction price will increase from the current 3.7 million to about 3.9 million. The limited budget in hand made Li Ming quite uneasy. “After the New Deal, the listing price of the house on the Internet has not been adjusted, and I have not discussed with the landlord. But if the tax increases and the landlord does not reduce the price, I will not buy it. The fee has increased by 200,000, and I cannot afford it. If I buy a house for five years, the age of the house will be too old.” If this set of favorite second-hand housing is forced to abandon, Chen Ming said that he may join the lottery team for new houses next. However, this is also not an easy task. “Because there is a house on hand, it is difficult to shake it.” According to Times Finance, the current Hangzhou new house lottery priority is to satisfy families without houses. There are also many new Hangzhou residents who have just needed a second child and have settled for less than five years. Many netizens on the Internet asked “Do you want to change from a small 40-square-foot house without thinking about two young people? Where do you live with your second child?” and “What if you can’t buy a second child for a family with a second child?” Waiting for questions, these people will fall into an embarrassing situation where the property in their hands is difficult to change hands, and they are not eligible for replacement.