Pre-construction buyers of an estimated 950,000 units across 286 project sites are refusing to pay mortgages on buildings that have stalled construction for more than a year, since Evergrande’s collapse.
This totals an estimated USD $100 billion in bank loans that mortgage holders refuse to pay until the construction is completed.
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Buyers say they have been cast into a lifetime of debt with nothing to show for it, because they are being asked to pay a mortgage on a unit that will never finish construction, while also needing to pay rent for a current residence.
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