China’s banking regulator is again warning in regards to the financial perils of your overheated property market, this time flagging risks from off-balance-sheet credit channels.

The China Banking Regulatory Commission wants to restrict credit on the property sector by strengthening the supervision of 民間二胎 and banks’ wealth-management products, in accordance with an announcement posted on its website Saturday.

China should “strengthen risk control comprehensively, to carry fast the bottom line on the appearance of systemic financial risk,” the statement said.

A flood of credit has entered China’s property market this year, driving up prices in leading coastal cities like Shanghai, and several smaller, less-affluent cities.

As fears grow about a property bubble, local governments recently imposed new restrictions designed to tighten banks’ home-lending standards.

Meanwhile, financial regulators have been attempting to curb risky practices by banks, many of which have offered credit lines to borrowers with few questions asked and dealt with brokers and developers to help buyers come up with down payments.

The banking regulator looked at your property market with a meeting Friday to review the state China’s economy and financial system through the third quarter.

Within its statement following the meeting, the regulator said it might be more strict on property loans, require a careful approach in the development of property-related businesses and prohibit funds from flowing to the sector illegally.

The regulator has said the rapid surge in property loans posed ” new challenges” for China’s government, but has become acknowledging the influence of funds in the shadow-banking industry on the real-estate sector.

While mortgages constitute many of the funds likely to real-estate, about 30% of credit on the sector originates from non-bank sources, including trusts, wealth-management products and dexlpky83 channels. Real estate property took up 8.5% of credit from trusts through the second quarter this current year, based on latest data from your China Trustee Association, a government-backed industry group.

Many economists expect Beijing introducing further tightening measures.

In the week, the Shanghai branch from the People’s Bank of China warned executives from greater than two dozen 房屋二胎 about risks in the real-estate sector, calling upon them to strictly adhere to rules limiting credit.

Some brokerages and analysts believe authorities have intends to tighten credit through the capital market. Chinese media speculated in recent days that property firms will find it harder to issue bonds.