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[Homework]2010-03-04: 高房价挤碎“中国梦”

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These glaming shanghai 。。。standers... to  many chinese of the social
...but the dream of is sleeping for chinese middle clause as properties pricese id continuing to sow ,24 hoping to buy property before they get married at the end of the year but it dismay by shanghai prices .I have to start looking for a home because i am about to get married to my girl friend .I had been looking a property for a while ,and all I can see is that the price of properties is difficult to accept.I feel it relatively expensive,the ratio of income that of the price that you have pay for the preperty  is not balanced .The couple had to caculate the bank loan to buy a apartment would you  15% that compat to 30-40% recomendated in caculating  .in december last year urban property prices rise almost 18% on a year ,the first pay  is 2009
                                                    
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These gleaming Shanghai appartments stand as a symbol to many Chinese of social stature and stability.But the dream of home ownership is slipping out of reach for China’s growing middle-class as property prices continue to soar.24-year-old Chen Ji’an is hoping to buy property before he gets married at the end of the year,but he’s dismayed by Shanghai’s rocketing prices. "I have started looking for a home because I’m about to get married to my girlfriend.I have been looking at properties for a while, and all I can say is that the price of properties is difficult to accept. I feel very relatively expensive. The ratio of my personal income to that of the price you have to pay for the property is not very balanced." The couple have calculated that a bank loan to buy an appartment would use up almost 70% of their monthly earnigns. That’s compared to the 30-40% recommended in calculating housing affordability. In december last year, urban property prices rose almost 8% a year, the fastest pace of 2009. Beijing has responded to fears of an asset bubble by tightening monetary policy to help camp rising prices. Harry Wang, the head of a corporat concultancy in Shanghai, says the government wants prices to grow steadily. Government is not looking for low,very low property price. This is not the objective. And on the other hand, they don’t want a very high price. That is chaotic and unaffordable. They want a steady growth,a very gentle growth upward. China’s Parliament and National People’s Congress holds its annual session this week, with focus on how to navigate the fine line between dampening growth and filling an economic bubble.




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These gleaming shanghai apartments stand as the symbol to many chinese of social status and stability,but the dream of homeownerships sleeping out of reanch for china`s growing middle class as property prices continue to soar.twenty four year old chenjia is hoping to buy porperty before he gets married the end of the year,but he is dismayed by shanghai`rocketing prices.I have started to look for a home because I am about to get married to my gielfriend.I had been looking at properties for a while and what I can say is that price of properties is difficult to accept.I feel they are relatively expensive,the ratio of my personal income to that of price you have to pay for the property is not very balanced.The couple have  calculated that the bank loan to buy a apartment would use up almost 70 percent of their monthly earnings,that`s compared to 30-40% recommanded in calculating housing afford ability .In December last year ,urban property prices rose almost 8% on year,the fastest pace of 2009.Beijing has responded to fear of an asset bubble by tightening monetry policy to hope cut prizing prices.Harry wang,The head of corporate consultancy in shanghai says the goverment wants prices to grow steadily.
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These gleaming Shanghai apartments stand as a symbol to many Chinese of social stratum and stability, but the dream of home ownership is slipping out of reach for China’s growing middl-class as property prices continue to soar.

24-year-old Chen Ji An is hoping to buy property before he gets married at the end of the year,but he is dismayed by Shanghai’s rocketing prices.

“I have started looking for a home, because I’m about to get married with my girlfriend. I have been looking at properties for a while and all I can say is that the price of the properties is difficult to accept.  I feel they’re relatively expensive, the ratio of my personal income to that price you have to pay for the property is not very balanced.”

The couple have calculated that the bank loan to buy an apartment would use up almost 70% of their monthly earnings, that’s compared to the 30-40% recommended in calculating housing affordability.

In December last year, urban property prices rose almost 8% on year, the fastest pace since 2009. Beijing has responded to pierce the estate bubble by tightening monetary policy to help cut rise in prices.

Harry Wang, the head of a corporate consultancy in Shanghai, says the government wants prices to grow steadily.

“Government is now looking for low, very low, property price. This is now the objective and on the other hand,they don’t want very high price. That is chaotic and unaffordable; they want a steady growth, a very gentle slope upward.”   

China’s Parliament, the National People’s Congress holds its annual session this week,with focus on how to navigate the fine line between the dampening growth and  feeding an economic bubble.
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Homework

These gleaming Shanghai apartments stand as a symbol to many Chinese of social stratum and stability, but the dream of home ownership is slipping out of reach for China’s growing middl-class as property prices continue to soar.

24-year-old Chen Ji An is hoping to buy property before he gets married at the end of the year,but he is dismayed by Shanghai’s rocketing prices.

“I have started looking for a home, because I’m about to get married with my girlfriend. I have been looking at properties for a while and all I can say is that the price of the properties is difficult to accept.  I feel they’re relatively expensive, the ratio of my personal income to that price you have to pay for the property is not very balanced.”

The couple have calculated that the bank loan to buy an apartment would use up almost 70% of their monthly earnings, that’s compared to the 30-40% recommended in calculating housing affordability.

In December last year, urban property prices rose almost 8% on year, the fastest pace since 2009. Beijing has responded to pierce the estate bubble by tightening monetary policy to help cut rise in prices.

Harry Wang, the head of a corporate consultancy in Shanghai, says the government wants prices to grow steadily.

“Government is now looking for low, very low, property price. This is now the objective and on the other hand,they don’t want very high price. That is chaotic and unaffordable; they want a steady growth, a very gentle slope upward.”   

China’s Parliament, the National People’s Congress holds its annual session this week,with focus on how to navigate the fine line between the dampening growth and  feeding an economic bubble.
Homework

These gleaming Shanghai apartments stand as a symbol to many Chinese of social stratum and stability, but the dream of home ownership is slipping out of reach for China’s growing middl-class as property prices continue to soar.

24-year-old Chen Ji An is hoping to buy property before he gets married at the end of the year,but he is dismayed by Shanghai’s rocketing prices.

“I have started looking for a home, because I’m about to get married with my girlfriend. I have been looking at properties for a while and all I can say is that the price of the properties is difficult to accept.  I feel they’re relatively expensive, the ratio of my personal income to that price you have to pay for the property is not very balanced.”

The couple have calculated that the bank loan to buy an apartment would use up almost 70% of their monthly earnings, that’s compared to the 30-40% recommended in calculating housing affordability.

In December last year, urban property prices rose almost 8% on year, the fastest pace since 2009. Beijing has responded to pierce the estate bubble by tightening monetary policy to help cut rise in prices.

Harry Wang, the head of a corporate consultancy in Shanghai, says the government wants prices to grow steadily.

“Government is now looking for low, very low, property price. This is now the objective and on the other hand,they don’t want very high price. That is chaotic and unaffordable; they want a steady growth, a very gentle slope upward.”   

China’s Parliament, the National People’s Congress holds its annual session this week,with focus on how to navigate the fine line between the dampening growth and  feeding an economic bubble.
Homework

These gleaming Shanghai apartments stand as a symbol to many Chinese of social stratum and stability, but the dream of home ownership is slipping out of reach for China’s growing middl-class as property prices continue to soar.

24-year-old Chen Ji An is hoping to buy property before he gets married at the end of the year,but he is dismayed by Shanghai’s rocketing prices.

“I have started looking for a home, because I’m about to get married with my girlfriend. I have been looking at properties for a while and all I can say is that the price of the properties is difficult to accept.  I feel they’re relatively expensive, the ratio of my personal income to that price you have to pay for the property is not very balanced.”

The couple have calculated that the bank loan to buy an apartment would use up almost 70% of their monthly earnings, that’s compared to the 30-40% recommended in calculating housing affordability.

In December last year, urban property prices rose almost 8% on year, the fastest pace since 2009. Beijing has responded to pierce the estate bubble by tightening monetary policy to help cut rise in prices.

Harry Wang, the head of a corporate consultancy in Shanghai, says the government wants prices to grow steadily.

“Government is now looking for low, very low, property price. This is now the objective and on the other hand,they don’t want very high price. That is chaotic and unaffordable; they want a steady growth, a very gentle slope upward.”   

China’s Parliament, the National People’s Congress holds its annual session this week,with focus on how to navigate the fine line between the dampening growth and  feeding an economic bubble.
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Homework

These gleaming Shanghai apartments stand as a symbol to many Chinese of social stratum and stability, but the dream of home ownership is slipping out of reach for China’s growing middl-class as property prices continue to soar.

24-year-old Chen Ji An is hoping to buy property before he gets married at the end of the year,but he is dismayed by Shanghai’s rocketing prices.

“I have started looking for a home, because I’m about to get married with my girlfriend. I have been looking at properties for a while and all I can say is that the price of the properties is difficult to accept.  I feel they’re relatively expensive, the ratio of my personal income to that price you have to pay for the property is not very balanced.”

The couple have calculated that the bank loan to buy an apartment would use up almost 70% of their monthly earnings, that’s compared to the 30-40% recommended in calculating housing affordability.

In December last year, urban property prices rose almost 8% on year, the fastest pace since 2009. Beijing has responded to pierce the estate bubble by tightening monetary policy to help cut rise in prices.

Harry Wang, the head of a corporate consultancy in Shanghai, says the government wants prices to grow steadily.

“Government is now looking for low, very low, property price. This is now the objective and on the other hand,they don’t want very high price. That is chaotic and unaffordable; they want a steady growth, a very gentle slope upward.”   

China’s Parliament, the National People’s Congress holds its annual session this week,with focus on how to navigate the fine line between the dampening growth and  feeding an economic bubble.
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[Homework]2010-03-04: 高房价挤碎“中国梦”

These gleaming Shanghai apartments stand as a symbol Chinese of social statue and stability.but the dream of homeowner ship is sleeping out of reach for Chinas growing middle class as property prices continue to soar.24 year old Chen jian is hoping to buy property befor he gets married at the end of the year but he is dismayed by Shanghais rocketing prices.
I have started looking for a home because Im about to get married to my girlfriend.I have been looking at properties for a while and all I can say is that the price of the properties is difficult to accept.I feel theyre relatively expensive the ratio of my personal income to that the price you have to pay for the property is not very balanced.
the couple has calculated that the bank loan to buy an apartment would use up almost 70% of their monthly earning.thats compared to the 30-40 percent recommended in calculating housing afford ability.In December last year urban property prices rose almost 8% on year,the fastest pace of 2009.Beijing has responded to the fear of an asset bubble by tightening monetary policy to help cap the rising prices.Harry wang the head of a corporate consultancy in Shanghai says the government wants the prices to grow steadily.
Governments is not looking for low, very low property prices this is not objective, on the other hand they dont want high price, that is chaotic and unaffordable, they want a steady growth, the very gentle slop upward.
Chinese parliament the national Peoples Congress holds its annual session   this week with focus on how to navigate the fine line between dampening growth and feeding economic bubble.

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These gleaming Shanghai apartments stand as a symbol to many Chinese of social status and stability. But the dream of home ownership is slipping out of reach for China’s growing middle class, as property prices continue to soar. 24-year-old Chen Jingye wished to buy a house before he gets married at the end of the year, but he is dismayed by Shanghai’s rocketing prices.
I’ve started looking for a home, because I am about to get married to my girlfriend. I’ve been looking for property for a while, and all I can say is that the price of property is difficult to accept. I feel they are relatively expensive, and the ratio of my personal income to the price you have to pay for my property is not very balanced.


The couple has calculated that the bank loan to buy an apartment would use up almost 70% of their monthly earnings, that’s compared to 30-40% by recommended in calculating housing affordability. In December last year, urban property prices rose almost 8% on year, the fastest pace of 2009. Beijing has responded to the fear of an asset bubble by tightening monetary policy to help kempt the rising prices. Harry Wong, the head of a corporate consultancy in Shanghai says that government wants the prices to rise steadily.


Government is not looking for a very low property price,; it is not the objective. And on the other hand, they don’t want a very high price that is chaotic and unaffordable. They want a steady growth, a very gentle look upward. Chinese parliament, the National People’s Congress, hold its annual session this week with focus on how to navigate the fine line between dampening growth and feeding an economic bubble.
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本帖最后由 playstation 于 2010-3-7 21:06 编辑

The couple have calculated that the bank loan to buy an apartment would use up almost 70% of their monthly earnings, that’s compared to the 30-40% recommended in calculating housing afford ability.
请问后一句怎么理解?

PS:大意是 每个月供房的支出占可支配收入的30%-40%才是比较合理的。

[Homework]2010-03-04: 高房价挤碎“中国梦”

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These gleaming Shanghai apartments stand as a symbol to many Chinese of social statue and stability, but the dream of homeownership is sleeping out of reach for China’s growing middle class as property prices continue to soar. Twenty-four year old Chen Jian is hoping to buy property before he gets married at the end of the year but he is dismayed by Shanghai’s rocketing prices.
“I have started looking for a home because I’m about to get married to my girlfriend. I have been looking at properties for a while and all I can say is that the price of the properties is difficult to accept. I feel they’re relatively expensive, the reshelf of my personal income to that price you have to pay for the property is not very balanced”
The couple have calculated that the bank loan to buy an apartment would use up almost 70% of their monthly earnings, that’s compared to the 30-40% recommended in calculating housing afford ability. In December last year urban property prices rose almost 8% on year, the fastest pace of 2009. Beijing has responded to * eyesight bumble by tightening monetary policy to help cut prizing prices. Harry Wang, the head of a corp. consultancy in Shanghai says the government wants prices to grow steadily. “Government is now looking for low, very low, property price. This is now the objective and on the other hand they don’t want a very high price. That is chaotic and unaffordable; they want a steady growth, a very gentle slope upward”   
China’s parliament, the National People’s Congress holds its annual session this week with focus on how to navigate the find line between the dampening growth and feeding an economic bumble.

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[Homework]2010-03-04: 高房价挤碎“中国梦”

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These gleaming Shanghai apartments stand as a symbol to many Chinese of social statue and stability, but the dream of homeownership is sipping out of reach for China’s growing middle class as property prices continue to soar. Twenty-four year old Chen Jian is hoping to buy property before he gets married at the end of the year, but he is dismayed by Shanghai’s rocketing prices.
“I have started looking for a home because I’m about to get married to my girlfriend. I have been looking at properties for a while and all I can say is that the price of the properties is difficult to accept. I feel they’re relatively expensive, the ratio of my personal income to that price you have to pay for the property is not very balanced”
The couple have calculated that the bank loan to buy an apartment would use up almost 70% of their monthly earnings. That’s compared to the 30-40% recommended in calculating housing afford ability. In December last year urban property prices rose almost 8% one year, the fastest pace of 2009. Beijing has responded to fear an asset bumble by tightening monetary policy to help cut prizing prices.
Harry Wang, the head of a corp of consultancy in Shanghai says the government wants prices to grow steadily. “Government is not looking for low, very low, property price. This is not their objective. And on the other hand they don’t want a very high price. That is chaotic and unaffordable; they want a steady growth, a very gentle slope upward.”  

China’s parliament, the National People’s Congress holds its annual session this week with focus on how to navigate to find a line between  dampening growth and feeding an economic bumble.
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[Homework]2010-03-04: 高房价挤碎“中国梦”

This gleaming shanghai apartments stands as symbol to many chiniese of social stature and the stability but the dream of homeonership is sleeping out of reach for china's growing middle class as property price continues to soar 24 year old XX hoping to buy property before he gets married the end of the year but he dismayed by shanghai's rocketing (急升,猛涨,飞驰) prices
I have started looking for a home because I'am about to get married to my girl friend ,I had been looking at property for a while and I can say the price of the property is difficulty to accept. I feel it is relatively expensive the retio of my personly income to that price you have to pay the property is not well balanced.
The couple have calculated the bank loan to buy apartment will use up almost 70 percent of their monthly earnings that's compare to the 30 to 40 percent recommanded in calculating housing affordablity. In the December last year, Urban property prices rose almost 8 percent on year the fastest pace in  2009. Beijing has responded to the fears of asset bubble by tightening monetary policy to help kempt pricing prices, Head Wang head of a corporat consoltancy in china says the government wants the prices to grow steadily.
Government is now looking for a low of property price. this is not objective and on the other hand they don't want their high price that is chaotic and unaffordable they want a steady growth, a very slow gentle upward
Chinese parliament national people' congress holds it's annual session this week with focus on house navigate the fine line between the dampening growth feeding the economic bubble

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These gleaming Shanghai apartments stand as a symbol to many Chinese of social status and stability. But the dream of home ownership is slipping out of reach for China’s growing middle class, as property prices continue to soar. 24-year-old Chen jiean is hoping to buy property before he gets married at the end of the year, but he is dismayed by Shanghai’s rocketing prices.
I’ve started looking for a home, because I am about to get married to my girlfriend. I’ve been looking for properties for a while, and all I can say is that the price of property is difficult to accept. I feel they are relatively expensive, and the ratio of my personal income to that of the price you have to pay for the property is not very balanced.


The couple has calculated that the bank loan to buy an apartment would use up almost 70% of their monthly earnings, that’s compared to 30-40% recommended in calculating housing affordability. In December last year, urban property prices rose almost 8% on year, the fastest pace of 2009. Beijing has responded to the fear of an asset bubble by tightening monetary policy to help cap the rising prices. Harry Wang, the head of a corporate consultancy in Shanghai says that government wants the prices to grow steadily.


Government is not looking for a very low property price,; it is not the objective. And on the other hand, they don’t want a very high price that is chaotic and unaffordable. They want a steady growth, a very gentle slope upward. Chinese parliament, the National People’s Congress, hold its annual session this week with focus on how to navigate the fine line between dampening growth and feeding an economic bubble.
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