According to Shanghai Municipal Planning and Resource Bureau, starting from April 1, a self-service inquiry terminal for personal property registration data will be available for the general public to use. At that time, residents can check their house and land registration information using their ID card and facial recognition feature on a self-service inquiry terminal set up in their own district. They can use the terminal or go to the municipal government’s “one stop network” platform to look up property registration, as well as location and mortgage information. At present, Xuhui District is having a pilot test of the self-service inquiry terminal.
Source: The Paper, March 3, 2019