Suzhou, a city near Shanghai of interlocking canals and waterways, has tightened its real estate regulations for the fourth time this year, as the city’s overheating home market defied policies to bring affordability within reach.The local government doubled the tax return period in the city – an eligibility criterion for immigrant buyers of Suzhou’s homes – to two years, and broadened its jurisdiction to the entire city, including the Kunshan and Taicang counties, according to a Wednesday…


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