Dongguan city in southern China's Guangdong province announced new real estate restrictions for the second time within a month to crack down on speculation as the city's housing market heats up.
Non-local residents, or those without local household registration Hukou, are required to provide at least one year's record of social security contribution to buy the first house, according to a statement released by the local government on Friday. The new rules will . . .
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