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Rating system adopted to manage rental apartments
    2018-05-25  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

IN a bid to better manage rental apartments, the Xinqiao Subdistrict Office of Bao’an District has adopted an innovative rating system for the buildings in the subdistrict, Bao’an Daily reported.

Over the past year, the subdistrict has solved more than 29,000 issues caused by hidden hazards in rental apartments and buildings. However, similar issues continue to emerge again and again since some landlords don’t pay any attention to safety.

Some property owners have even allowed their tenants to park and charge electric scooters inside their apartments, and dwell in rental shops, which poses safety risks to the residents living nearby.

To fix the problems, the communities in the subdistrict have selected “building chiefs” to assist the government in managing and regulating rental apartments.

Also, a rating system is being used to grade the rental buildings. The rating system is similar to a hotel grading system, with better hotels being granted more stars. The top buildings are given five stars and so on.

The rating system evaluates each rental building based on four principals, namely safety, management regulations, legal tenancy and credibility.

Buildings that get three stars or above will be set as role models by the community with labels attached to their exteriors, while the low-grade buildings will be announced on the community’s notice board, and law enforcement officers will pay extra attention to them.

The initial assessment has identified four five-star buildings, 507 four-star buildings, 7,081 three-star buildings and 1,350 buildings that are to be strictly scrutinized, while 89 buildings received severe warnings for hidden dangers. (Zhang Qian)

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