Lower-Tier Cities Begin De-Urbanizing

Rural households are digesting housing inventory in some third- and fourth-tier cities, but they aren't changing their household registration. Top first- and second-tier cities remain the preferred destination for those switching from rural to urban hukous. The result is some cities are beginning to see de-urbanization as the rural population fails to supplement urban outflows.
iFeng: 三四线城市去库存背后:农民买房但不一定落户
21st Century Business Herald was informed that, to encourage farmers to respect the people of Hubei Xiangyang, Meishan, Sichuan and other four-tier cities has made great achievements, buy subsidies, farmers can fund loans, these regions housing inventory to digest quickly.

However, local farmers into urban household registration is not much. It is worth pondering, like Chengdu, Chongqing and some other large cities, large urban farmer households enthusiastically, just one year alone hundreds of thousands of households. Meishan and other places housing digest quickly, the total number of urban household registration was in decline. This policy and the State to encourage farmers to three or four lines, it seems that some divergences.
One example from Meishan, Sichuan province:
However, these areas migrant workers to buy real home is not much. In Meishan, for example, at the end of 2014 registered a total population of 3.53 million, of which non-agricultural population of 1.0064 million. To the end of 2015 total household population of 3.49 million, of which non-agricultural population of 1.0035 million. This means that the total household population, and urban household population is declining.

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