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Warm “spring” in China’s housing market coming to end, despite overheating risks in some cities


China's housing markets have started to show cooling signs on all fronts including home sales, home prices and property investment, shifting a warming trend since the start of this year. Analysts believe the downward trend will last as tightening financing for both developers and homebuyers are expected to bring more pressure.

"The property market had a warmer-than-usual spring earlier this year but it's coming to an end. Several indicators are weakening fast," said Shen Xin, analyst . . .

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