Controls on the property sector will continue, to prevent over-investment from buyers next year, the Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural Development said on Tuesday.
China has tightened its curbs on the property sector since 2010, when home prices rose beyond the reach of average wage earners.
The government introduced a series of restrictions to control house purchases in several cities, requiring higher down payments and bringing in property taxes.
Some 28 per cent of wealthy investors faced huge losses in the real estate market last year, according to the latest annual Chinese wealth report from the Boston Consulting Group and China Construction Bank Corp, and 3 per cent of them saw losses of more than 30 per cent.
China's high-net-worth population is defined as those with financial assets of more than 6 million yuan ($960,000).
Most property investors have encountered severe difficulties after failing to sell luxury houses to compensate for huge losses experienced by the tightened policies.
Ding Yi, a developer specialising in luxury mansions in Wenzhou, Zhejiang province, said: "Those property investors who purchased houses after 2009 have to suffer losses of more than 30 per cent if they want to sell their properties now."
Ding said most experienced property investors have not been hit with large losses but those with less experience have "learned a lesson".