Big cities open gates: First-tier city accounts are easy to take? Will house prices rise?

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 Big cities open gates: First-tier city accounts are easy to take? Will house prices rise?


The National Development and Reform Commission recently announced the Key Tasks for the Construction of New Urbanization in 2019, in which the new policy of relaxing settlements has brought hope to the drifters in big cities.

In the previous National New Urbanization Plan (2014-2020), mega-cities with a population of more than 5 million people in urban areas should strictly control their population size. The latest expression in this Key Tasks is that the large and mega-cities need to increase their settlements substantially.

In addition to the policy for mega-and mega-cities, the Key Task also requires that the type II metropolis with a permanent population of 1 million to 3 million in urban areas should completely abolish the residence restriction, and the type I metropolis with a permanent population of 3 million to 5 million should fully relax the conditions for residence and abolish the residence restriction for key groups.

A piece of household registration reform has touched the hearts of millions of people. Will it be easier to settle down in a first-tier city in the future? Are urban housing prices affected? Which cities will be given new development opportunities as a result? China News Agency Country is a well-known expert invited by the Forum to answer some questions behind the reform of the household registration system.

Hou Yutong Mapping of Guoshi Direct Train

Source: Guo is the author of the through train: Feng Lingling and Yang Jiaxin, responsible editor: Li Tianyi_NN7528