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Several Chinese property builders have stated they might settle for produce, together with peaches, watermelons and garlic, as down funds on new properties as they try to draw consumers.
However, a few of these uncommon provides have now reportedly been pulled, the BBC reported.
Home gross sales in China have fallen for 11 months in a row, whereas this week a serious developer defaulted on its money owed.
Last week, a property firm within the japanese metropolis of Wuxi stated it will permit peaches be used to offset as a lot as 188,888 Chinese yuan ($28,218) in down funds.
Another developer in close by Nanjing stated it will settle for as a lot as 5,000 kg of watermelon from farmers.
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It valued the produce at 100,000 Chinese yuan, a number of instances what it will price at native markets, the BBC reported.
However, the promotion that was meant to run till subsequent Friday has been suspended, the state-run Global Times newspaper reported.
“We were told to delete all promotional posters on the social media platforms,” the paper quoted a consultant of the corporate as saying, with out giving additional particulars.
In May, property agency Central China Management ran a 16-day marketing campaign wherein it accepted garlic as down funds for properties in Qi county, a serious garlic-producing area.
“We are helping farmers with love, and making it easier for them to buy homes,” the agency stated in a WeChat submit.
Under the deal, one catty of garlic, which is equal to round 600 grams, was valued at 5 Chinese yuan, which is round thrice its market worth, the BBC reported.
The firm stated it had accepted 860,000 catties of garlic in offers involving 30 properties.