For over a decade, the PRC’s real estate market has made a profound impact on the country’s economy. Although the Chinese government has introduced a number of real estate investment and financing regulations to restrict the overheated market, some of the previously enacted restrictions have been eliminated in part to stimulate economic growth. An extensive amount of inbound investment restriction policies have also been abolished, which significantly encourages foreign investment in real estate.
Over the last year, as the growth of the PRC’s real estate market has slowed down, the central and regional governments have applied some minor easing measures to real estate investments. New opportunities have emerged for foreign investors as the central government changes its attitude towards foreign real estate investments.
Updated on 1 March 2019.