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Research on the Pricing of Shared Ownership Housing

Dai Yuan Li, Cong Wei Xie, Shu Hao Chen and Xiu Xiang Zou

Applied Economics and Finance, 2019, vol. 6, issue 1, 30-44

Abstract: To a great extent, the abnormal phenomena of profit making in speculation houses will disappear and the rigid housing demand of ordinary families will be resolved by shared ownership housing. Starting from the consumption structure of the target group of the shared ownership housing, this paper makes an in-depth analysis of the pilot cities that have implemented the shared ownership housing through literature review and data survey, empirically analyses the deviation degree of house rent and the unbalanced situation of residents' housing affordability, and studies the rent of the shared ownership housing and the unbalanced situation of residents' housing affordability through panel data model. Through the comprehensive index of housing affordability to find out the best proportion of the rent of shared ownership housing in the monthly income of young workers aged 20-35, and then get the monthly rent, give relevant feasible suggestions. The research shows that government departments should implement the common property right housing from the aspects of reducing land transferring fees and taxes, strengthening the qualification examination mechanism and so on.

Keywords: shared ownership housing; housing panel data model; housing affordability comprehensive index (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2019
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