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Renters can find, apply, sign online in Wuhan
    2017-November-7  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

A NEW online-based home rental platform has started trial operations in Wuhan, Hubei Province, and aims to further develop the rental market by streamlining procedures and ensuring reliable services.

The service, launched by the Wuhan Housing Security and Management Bureau and the Hubei branch of China Construction Bank, enables prospective tenants to browse listings uploaded by individuals or realtors, check the details of properties and even sign a lease.

It is the first such website to operate in a provincial capital under the national “government-bank cooperation” model, where a bank provides financial services, such as online payments and transactions to individuals and real estate agencies, while the housing management authority takes care of the verification, supervision and management of rental companies.

The platform also introduced a face-recognition system that enables applicants to undergo personal identity authentication and provide personal information online.

When a user logs in, a face-recognition interface pops up. After verification, users will be able to see contracts, fill in their information and provide an electronic signature. After that, the applicants’ details are validated.

Once all the procedures are completed, contracts are uploaded to the housing management authority for registration and filing.

“The rental market has long been lacking enough and effective supervision. The new platform will gradually standardize the market, as houses rented through it will have to be registered with and certified by the housing authority, reducing tenants’ potential risks,” said Lu Wenxi, an analyst at Shanghai-based Centaline Property.

(China Daily)

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