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‘Online rental offers aren’t subleases’
    2018-07-27  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

SEVERAL media reported that some tenants in the city’s largest government-subsidized rental housing estate were attempting to sublease their apartments for profits, but the authority has looked into the rental offers and confirmed they were not true, the Nanfang Daily reported.

Whistleblowers gave tip-offs to media outlets after they found rental offers for apartments in Longyueju estate in Longhua District on several websites.

Staffers with the city’s housing and construction bureau went to the housing estate to verify the claims and found that the online offers were actually promoting nearby apartments by using the subsidized housing estate’s name with lower rents to attract potential tenants.

Longyueju is the city’s largest government-subsidized housing project, providing a total of 11,111 apartments with rents below the market price. It is against the tenancy contracts for tenants to sublease their apartments to others to earn money.

The bureau will take multiple measures to crack down on subleasing, such as door-to-door inspections and verifying tenant information by collaborating with the property management company at the housing estate.

Those who violate the tenancy contracts will be asked to move out from the low-rent apartments and may also be fined for their misconduct and dishonesty.

The bureau is installing facial and fingerprint-recognition devices at the gates of several public housing estates to ensure safety while also curbing subleasing. The bureau is opening online platforms and hotlines to report sublease violations. (Zhang Qian)

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