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When you’re looking to make your home more livable, the last thing you want is a home that has an expensive, high-end exterior.
But that’s exactly what many are finding themselves doing, because of the country’s rapidly rising property prices.
As property prices soar, many in the country are finding that they can no longer afford to live in their homes, either.
That’s because of a change in government regulations, a rising population and a surge in demand for housing in the wake of the financial crisis, which brought many to the brink of homelessness.
Some are even resorting to selling their houses, turning them into cheap rentals and making money from the sale.
In the wake the financial crash, more than half of the nation’s houses were sold in less than a year.
The country’s largest apartment market in Shanghai, for example, had sold more than 20,000 apartments last year, according to real estate website Re/code.
That compares to just under 2,000 homes sold in all of 2012, the year before the recession began.
That means that roughly 4 million apartments were sold last year in Shanghai alone, which would put the city on track to become the most unaffordable place to live, Re/Code reported.
In some cases, those homes have been sold to people with limited income.
The median income in Shanghai is less than $30,000, according the National Bureau of Statistics, while the median rent is around $1,500 a month.
For many of those people, a home in Shanghai can be cheaper than elsewhere, but with the country experiencing a sharp slowdown in the housing market, they’ve found themselves with limited options to live where they want.
While it’s too early to know if these sales will have an effect on how many people in China end up living in their home, many are taking advantage of the rising prices to move from Shanghai to the outskirts of the city to escape the real estate crunch.
One of those is a 39-year-old real estate agent who, like most other buyers, is now looking to sell his house in the suburbs.
For him, the biggest issue is that his family’s income has dropped drastically.
He lost his job as a manager of a commercial real estate company and has been unable to find another one.
In addition, his family has suffered from chronic health issues, including a heart condition, and he needs to make ends meet.
He also has no idea where he will eventually move to, and is unsure if he will be able to find affordable housing there.
“I’m looking at renting a place in the city.
There’s no way that I can afford that, so I need to get a place close to work, somewhere that is more affordable,” he told Re/core, which broke the story of the buyer’s home in the middle of the night.
He has been trying to sell the house for the past three months, but he doesn’t have much luck.
After several attempts to negotiate with landlords, he finally landed on a deal with a builder who agreed to let him move to the suburbs on a short-term lease.
The builder also agreed to rent the house to someone who could afford to pay $300 a month for the place.
As the buyer, he had no idea whether the builder would be able or willing to take the offer, so he didn’t think much about it when he signed the lease.
After all, he was only renting it for a few months, so the rental fee could easily be paid.
But the rental agreement soon went sour, and the landlord eventually told the buyer that he could no longer offer the home, and that he had to sell it for $300.
The buyer had to make a decision about what to do, and then he realized that the buyer could never afford the $300 rent, which he also could not afford to keep.
The buyer had no choice but to sell.
The family has moved to the far suburbs and rents the house out to a group of friends who are now living there.
They’re hoping to find a permanent home for their new home, but they haven’t found one yet.
“The rent has gone up, and we can’t afford to rent,” the family’s sister told Re-core.
“I think we will sell the place and rent it out.”
While the buyer is moving from city to city, he says that he is staying on as a volunteer in his community.
He hopes to keep working as a real estate broker and to eventually have a stable job as an agent, but the pressure to keep moving and finding a new place has become too much.
While the real-estate industry is struggling, many real estate agents say that the biggest problem in China is that the country is struggling with the shortage of workers.
China’s real-tor market is one of the most expensive in the world, with prices soaring more than 30% in the