“The buildings are getting higher and higher, but the houses are getting smaller and smaller.” For home buyers, the shared area is an unavoidable topic, and the debate on whether to cancel the shared area has a long history. < br > < div class = "height" > < / div > on August 24, in the reply to the proposal on regulating the “shared area” of housing, the Inner Mongolia housing and Urban Rural Development Department said that the proposal to cancel the “shared area” was listed as a legislative project that needs to be revised in the near future and reported to the Ministry of housing and urban rural development< Br > < div class = "height" > < / div > this is the first official response to cancel the shared area in China< IMG ALT = "Hohhot, June 12, 2022, city scenery. Visual China data map" style = "width: 600px;" src=" https://imagecloud.thepaper.cn/thepaper/image/213/627/642.jpg ">

on June 12, 2022, Hohhot, the city scenery. Visual China data map < / P > the response of the Inner Mongolia housing and urban rural development department to the cancellation of the shared area came from the proposal of Wang Fenghua, a member of the CPPCC of the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. The proposal pointed out that the use of the built-in area as the pricing basis in commercial housing transactions is positive to prevent the disorderly increase of the shared area, reduce the contradictions and disputes in the process of purchasing houses, and safeguard the vital interests of the people Role of< Br > < div class = "height" > < / div > Yan Yuejin, research director of the think tank center of E-House Research Institute, told China Newsweek that this move is bound to make more problems that stayed at the private level in the past more concerned by the government, and has a positive role in protecting the rights and interests of home buyers< br>