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A property tax could be coming to China Move by the government would be an attempt to stabilize the country’s housing market

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Chinese homeowners may soon get to complain about one of th爱上海同城对对碰

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e same things American homeowners do: property taxes.

In an effort to stabilize the country’s notoriously volatile housing market, the Chinese government is considering establishing a property tax, as experts say the lack of one is a major reason why its housing market is so unstable, according to the New York Times.

The move is not a sure thing, but finance minister Xiao Jie wrote in the official Communist Party newspaper late last year that leaders expressed support for establishing a property tax at a party meeting under the not-very-catchy slogan “Legislation first, full authorization, move forward step by step.”

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mortgage lending skyrocketing over the past two years.

The lack of a property tax stems from the country’s Communist takeover in 1949, when owning land was at first restricted and then banned. China has also historically had a hard time figuring out who owns what properties, but its Ministry of Land and Resources said in September it had comp爱上海

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Property prices fell by 0.3 percent in Beijing and Shanghai between November 2016 and November 2017 after years of double-digit growth, fueling fears of a possible mortgage crisis, but the government could loosen housing regulations to increase prices. [NYT] – Eddie Small

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