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Shenzhen is a coastal city in South China, adjoining Hong Kong. It is located in southern Guangdong Province.
Demarcated from Hong Kong by the Shenzhen River in the south, it is bordered by Dongguan and Huizhou in the north, Daya Bay and Dapeng Bay in the east and the Lingding Sea and the mouth of the Pearl River in the west.
It has direct jurisdiction over six districts and four new areas: Luohu, Futian, Nanshan, Yantian, Bao'an and Longgang districts, and Guangming, Pingshan, Longhua and Dapeng new areas. The Central Government expanded the special economic zone to cover the whole city on July 1, 2010.
Shenzhen overtook Shanghai as the most expensive city in China for new homes last month after a surge since April, but sales softened, pointing to a possible turn in the market's trajectory.
New home prices in the city grew 7.84% from June to 33,698 yuan per square metre ($ 5,270). The gain was the strongest among the 10 major cities tracked by the SCMP-Creda index. That helped Shenzhen regain the crown after losing it in March last year as it swiftly responded to an industry downturn.
Banks in Shenzhen have started to tighten rules recently by raising down payments for mortgages.
Evergrande chief is freeing up funds from luxury assets to pay debts
Chinese developer China Evergrande Group scrambles to meet its debt obligations, its founder, Hui Ka Yan, is raising funds from luxury assets including art, calligraphy and two high-end homes
Shanghai and Beijing leading the China property investment regains vibrancy in 2021
China's real estate investment market continued to regain its vibrancy in the first half of 2021. Beijing and Shanghai leading the real estate investment market.
MVRDV designs a sustainable "urban living room" for Shenzhen
Dutch architecture firm MVRDV has been selected to design the 101,300m² Shimao ShenKong International Centre mixed-use development in Shenzhen, China.
Shenzhen old home prices jumped 10% in April
The prices of old homes in Shenzhen jumped 10.3 per cent year on year on average in April.
Chinese homebuyers going on revenge spending binge ?
A property buying fever has gripped Chinese homebuyers, who are indulging in some revenge spending on property as coronavirus lockdowns are lifted in China.
Shenzhen Abolishes Luxury Real Estate Tax
Shenzhen’s housing and construction bureau announced on Monday that all residential apartments smaller than 144 square meters in the southern city will be exempted from the luxury home tax.