Petrochemical
  Phone Storage Card
  Flavoring Industry
  Food Package Service
  Road Intelligent Traffic
  Medical Apparatuses
  Fruit Deep Processing
 
  Real Estate Industry
  Commuication Industry
  Two-layer Kettle
  Eduction & Publication
  Aluminum Nanoparticle
  Natural Gas
  Aquatic Products
  Commerce Industry
  Tourism of Beijing
  Agriculture
  Water Based Varnish
  Coal Activated Carbon
  Post and Telecom Industry
  Transceiver Equipment
  Ultraviolet Based Varnish
 
  Egg Products Processing
  Agriculture
  Beef & Cattle
  Organic Agriculture
  Mutton Sheep
  Water Product
  Eco-Agriculture
  Bean Milk Powder
  Deer Breeding&Processing
  Yoghurt Starter Market
 
  Post and Expres Post
  Track Shoe
  China Air Humi
  Soymilk Machine
  Headset Battery
  IPTV Operation Strategy
  Intelligent Mobile Phone
  Skin Medication Industry
  Educational Funds
  Fluorine Industry
  Mobile Phone Paint Industry
  Spirulina
  Detergent Products
  Luxury Dressing Products
  Crystal Market
  Massaging Product Industry
  Wool Blanket Industry
  Metal Sodium Market
  Salviae Miltiorrhizae Market
  VHF Wireless Telephone
  Airless Spraying Machine
  Barge Market
  Diesel Generators Market
  Mobile Phone Camera
  Color Matching & Blending
  Drinking Machine Industry
  Liquefied Natural Gas
  Silver Products Industry
  Cooperative Software
  Ice Machine Industry
  Grating Digital Display
  China's Mobilephone
  Chinese Cellphone Design
 

Analysis on Investing Strategy in Real Estate Industry
of China Medium-Sized Cities from 2008 to 2010

Catalogue 

Chapter One   Definition  6
Chapter Two   Current Development 8
Section one   Regional distribution 8
Section two   Economic development 	9
Chapter Three Developing Features and Trend 14
1、 Growth in number and developing speed 14
2、 Stable improvement in urbanizationbut still underdeveloped	14
3、 City areas will be developing forcuses	15
4、 New investing direction 	15
Chapter Four   Current Exploitation  16
Section one   Overall operational features 	16
Section two   Analysis on development 	18
Chapter Five   Competition structure 	26
Section one   The shock of big real estate enterprises has not been seen 	26
	Section two   supply and demand relationship 27
Three   Competition trend 	27
Chapter Six   Price and Trend 	29
Section one   Price level 	29
Section two   Price change 	32
Section three  Price in different regions 	34
Section four   Trend  36
Chapter Seven   Analysis on Land Market	37
Section one   Price and trend 37
Section two   Land cost 	54
Chapter Eight   Developing trend 	55
Section one   Overall developing trend 	55
1、 The executive force will be strengthened  	55
2、 Investment will be slowed down 	55
3、 Supply in living buildings will be further adjusted, and common and economic living 
buildings will be increased 55 4、 Land management and control will be more strict; cost increased, which enhanced the
storage land competition 55 5、 The cut down policy will not be changed in short term 55 6、 It is being close between supply and demand, and price will be key factor. 55 Section two Developing trend analysis 56 1、 Trend and opportunities 56 2、 Growth aspects 56 3、 Brand advantageous enterprises will be major part 56 4、 Small-size houses will be mainstreamin 56 5、 Foreign capital enhanced competition 56 Chapter Nine Developing Risks 58 1、 Economy 58 2、 Market 58 3、 Competition 59 4、 Capital 59 5、 Policy 60 6、 Culture 60 Chapter Ten Cases 61 Section Langfang 61 1、Development in economic society 61 2、 Exploitation of real estate enterprises 62 Section two Bengbu 67 1、 Development in economic society 67 2、Exploitation of real estate enterprises68 Section three Changzhou 74 1、 Development in economic society 74 2、Exploitation of real estate enterprises75 Section four Xuzhou 77 1、Development in economic society 77 2、Exploitation of real estate enterprises 79 Catalogue of Tables Table 1 Scope of medium-sized cities 7 Table 2 Regional distribution-one 8 Table 3 Regional distribution-two 8 Table 4 Distribution of regional production value 9 Table 5 Regional total production value 9 Table 6 Top 30 cities 10 Table 7 Distribution of GDP growth rate 10 Table 8 Population distribution 11 Table 9 Average per disposable income of people in cities and towns 11 Table 10 Average per disposable income of top 32 medium-sized cities who own 500thousand
population or above 12 Table 11 Income and consumption 12 Table 12 Average per living area 13 Table 13Proportion of number scale structure of cities in China in 2001 14 Table 14 Change of urbanization level in China 14 Table 15 Growth rate of investment from 2005 to 2006 18 Table 16 Investment return rate 18 Table 17 Investment and growth rate in Beijing from 2002 to 2009 19 Table 18 Investment and growth rate in Shanghai from 2002 to 2009 19 Table 19 Investment and growth rate in Shenzhen from 2002 to 2009 20 Table 20 Investment and growth rate in Guangzhou from 2002 to 2009 20 Table 21 Investment and growth rate in Xingtai from 2002 to 2009 21 Table 22 Investment and growth rate in Weihai from 2002 to 2009 21 Table 23 Investment and growth rate in Changzhou from 2002 to 2009 22 Table 24 Investment and growth rate in Beijing from 2002 to 2009 22 Table 25Investment and growth rate in Zhuhai from 2002 to 2009 23 Table 26 Investment and growth rate in Beijing from 2002 to 2009 23 Table 27 Investment and growth rate in Jingdezhen from 2002 to 2009 24 Table 28 Investment and growth rate in Daqing from 2002 to 2009 24 Table 29 Investment and growth rate in Panzhihua from 2002 to 2009 25 Table 30 Investment and growth rate in Zhuzhou from 2002 to 2009 25 Table 31 Average price distribution from 2002 to 2009 29 Table 32 Average price distribution 29 Table 33 Dealing average price list 30 Table 34 Price growth of commerce houses in big cities from Jan. to Nov. of 2009 32 Table 35 Price growth of commerce houses in medium cities from Jan. to Nov. of 2009 32 Table 36 Monthly price index in big cities 33 Table 37Monthly price index in provincial cities 33 Table 38 Monthly price index in medium cities 33 Table 39Price change in Changjing Delta, Zhujiang Delta and Bohai area 34 Table 40Price change in Northeast and Fujian, Zhejiang and Jiangxi provinces 34 Table 41Price change in Central area 35 Table 42 Price change in West cities 35 Table 43 Statistics on average price and growth rate in nationwide commerce houses from
2004 to 2009 37 Table 44 Statistics on average price and growth rate in nationwide living houses from
2004 to 2009 37 Table 45 Comparison in nationwide average land price between the first and the second
seasons 38 Table 46Average land price in key regions 38 Table 47 Comparison in Southeast average land price between the first and the second
seasons 38 Table 48 Comparison in South-Central average land price between the first and the
second seasons 9 Table 49 Comparison in Southwest average land price between the first and the second
seasons 39 Table 50 Comparison in Northwest average land price between the first and the second
seasons 39 Table 51 Comparison in North average land price between the first and the second seasons 40 Table 52 Comparison in Northeast average land price between the first and the second
seasons 40 Table 53 Average land price for commerce in Dalian 41 Table 54 Average land price for Living in Dalian 41 Table 55 Average land price for commerce in Nanjing 42 Table 56 Average land price for Living in Nanjing 42 Table 57 Average land price for commerce in Wuhan43 Table 58 Average land price for Living in Wuhan 43 Table 59 Average land price for commerce in Xuzhou 44 Table 60 Average land price for Living in Xuzhou 44 Table 61 Average land price for commerce in Yantai 45 Table 62 Average land price for Living in Yantai 45 Table 63 Average land price for commerce in Suzhou 46 Table 64 Average land price for Living in Suzhou 46 Table 65 Average land price for commerce in Jiaxing 47 Table 66 Average land price for Living in Jiaxing 47 Table 67 Average land price for commerce in Zhuahai 48 Table 68 Average land price for Living in Zhuahai 48 Table 69 Average land price for commerce in Jinzhou 49 Table 70 Average land price for Living in Jinzhou 49 Table 71 Average land price for commerce in Huhehaote 50 Table 72 Average land price for Living in Huhehaote 50 Table 73 Average land price for commerce in Nanning 51 Table 74 Average land price for Living in Nanning 51 Table 75 Average land price for commerce in Xining 52 Table 76 Average land price for Living in Xining 52 Table 77 Average land price for commerce in Ezhou 53 Table 78 Average land price for Living in Ezhou 53 Table 79 Examples of land exploitation cost in big cities 54 Table 80 Examples of land exploitation cost in medium cities 54 Table 81Production value in Langfang from 2004 to 2009 Unit 100mRMB 61 Table 82 Citizen`s income in Langfang from 2004 to 2009 Unit 100mRMB 62 Table 83 Basic survey list 62 Table 84 Basic survey list 63 Table 85Main enterprises 64 Table 86Some brief introductions of Langfang65 Table 87 Main economic indexes of Bengbu 67 Table 88 Land price list Unit RMB/per m2 68 Table 89Scope of land using level-one 69 Table 90Scope of land using level-two 69 Table 91Scope of land using level-three 70 Table 92Scope of land using level-four 70 Table 93 Dealing price trend of commercial houses 71 Table 94 Main enterprises list 71 Table 95Building sale list in Bengshan District 71 Table 96 Building sale list in Longzihu District 72 Table 97 Structure of demand 73 Table 98Structure of puchase affecting factors 73 Table 99Changzhou 74 Table 100 Partial sale building 76 Table 101 Selling area in the third and fourth seasons 9 Table 102 Comparison list in commercial houses selling area in the fourth season 79 Table 103 Commercial houses dealing in the third and fourth seasons of Table 104 Comparison of dealing sum 80 Table 105Comparison of dealing area 81 Table 106 Comparison of buyers 81 Table 107 Dealings 82 Table 108 Key real estate enterprises 82 Table 109 Hot selling houses 83 Table 110Overall plan 85

Chapter One Definition of Medium Cities in China
1、World standard the population is between 500 thousand and 1million。
  World Bank`s classification criteria for city is suitable to China's actual situation : 10 million more than the population of the largest cities ,500-1000 population of the city, 100-500 million people in larger cities ,50-100 million people in medium-size cities, 500,000 people Following is a small city.
2、Past standards Population was between 200 and 500 thousand。
  China, in accordance with the urban non-agricultural population of the town is divided into four, etc. : population of less than 200,000 for the small cities, 200,000-500,000 population of medium-sized cities, with populations over 500,000 for the city, again with a population of 1 million over the city as a very large city. China's existing urban scale is classified caliber of the planned economy under the conditions severely limited understanding of the results. It now appears that the criteria for the classification of this is really low, has lagged far behind the development of the times。
3、Classified by below conditions
1 Besides BeijingShanghaiTianjing and Chongqing
2 Besides developed cities in economy
3 Besides provincial capitals
4 Besides the cities with non-farmer population less than 250thousandand Dongguan Tangshan Wuxi and Ningbo are not on the listFuzhouNanning and Xining are involved。 Finally there are 173 cities。

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