Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao Three-Party Housing Association Signed the Greater Bay Area Cooperation Agreement

Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao Three-Party Housing Association Signed the Greater Bay Area Cooperation Agreement

The 2018 Annual General Meeting of the Guangdong Housing Association with the theme of “2019, Everything is born" and the 4th China (Guangdong) County Real Estate Development Forum were held in Foshanmei’s Luhu Forest Resort. Focusing on industry hotspots, this conference will analyze the development highlights of Dawan District, explore the breakthrough points of industry innovation, and lead enterprises to make new contributions to the economic restructuring of Dawan District, rural revitalization, poverty alleviation and the steady and healthy development of the real estate industry.

At the meeting, Wang Wei, Director of the Guangdong Provincial Housing Association, Hu Weimin, Chairman of the Executive Committee of the Hong Kong Real Estate Association, and Guan Weilin, Chairman of the Macau Real Estate Association, signed the “Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau-Dawan District Construction Cooperation Framework Agreement” on behalf of the Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macau Housing Association and Chamber of Commerce. The Secretary General of the Guangdong Provincial Housing Association often read out that the Guangdong Real Estate Industry Association and the Guangdong Provincial Urban Planning Association jointly issued the “Joint Initiative for Rural Revitalization and Poverty Alleviation."

At the forum, Sun Bushu, vice president of the South China Urban Research Association, delivered a keynote speech – an analysis of the planning prospects and real estate investment opportunities of Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macau. He believes that housing companies in the Dawan District to remember the land to remember three points: First, where to buy cheap. Advanced experience at home and abroad shows that once the “closed-loop effect” of urban agglomerations is achieved, talents, industries, and funds flow freely and fully like water, and every place is squatted, followed by rural encircling cities. In the past two years, at least 20 national housing companies have laid out the Great Bay Area for the first time. The last thing is to buy a house without a “circle." The National Development and Reform Commission recently issued the “Guiding Opinions on Cultivating the Development of Modern Metropolitan Areas", suggesting that by 2035, a number of metropolitan cities with global influence will be formed. The property market in many areas of Guangdong, Hong Kong, Macao and Dawan District still has great development opportunities and upside potential.