‘Hotel charter’ and’Hotel beggar’. It is a new word that has appeared recently. When the government offered to create a hotel charter as a measure to solve the cheonsei crisis (the last November 19th measure), the mayor accepted it as a hotel beggar. This is because it was judged that the quality of the house would deteriorate. In response to public opinion, the Minister of Land, Infrastructure and Transport, Kim Hyun-mi, replied, “(Hotel charter) is a housing that helps young people.” Minister Kim cited’Anam Life’, a youth housing in Anam-dong, Seoul.
Public dormitory for single youth furniture
Put it in the volume of previous generation books
Promoting multiple households as good as an apartment
The mayor is “doing well” on the outside
When the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport unveiled this place on the 1st, public opinion raged. This is because “a family of 3-4 people is not a place to live.” It has to be. The exact project name for Anam Life is’Private Purchase Contract Type Social Housing’. The Korea Land and Housing Corporation (LH) purchased a tourist hotel earlier this year and refurbished it for single-person use and youth furniture. According to the building law, it is used as a dormitory. Dormitories should be designed so that at least 50% of the number of households use common cooking facilities. In other words, there is no need to have cooking facilities for each household. This is the limit of hotel renovation, where there was no cooking facility in the first place.
An LH official said, “To obtain a hotel license for general apartment use, there are many restrictions from parking lot to cooking facility. The construction range is also wide, so the cost burden is high.” In the end, the hotel remodeling project has to be done in the form of a dormitory or a gosiwon. It is a newly renovated facility with public support, but the monthly rent is cheaper than a studio in a nearby university. As Minister Kim said, it is a “good house for young people”.
The problem is that these’public dormitories’ are included in the charter measures. Even when it comes to supply and demand, it is awkward. Temporary dwellings where I can’t afford a car and eat at my house aren’t reserved for most people. It was right not to mix with the amount of jeonse measures.
It is also difficult for LH. Anam Living is a project promoted as a special housing for one young household according to the government’s housing welfare roadmap regardless of the jeonse countermeasures. There is a buzz that the government has taken in various measures to counter the jeonse, and it has become a representative example of a hotel beggar.
It is also inappropriate to issue a supply card for multi-family and multi-family housing to citizens who want a quality residential environment. “Three rooms are as good as an apartment” (Democratic Party lawmaker Jin Sun-mi) is the reason why the riverside didn’t work. The government even created a system (incentive) that encourages mid- and large-sized construction companies to participate in the provision of supplying multi-family and multi-family housing as public rental housing. In the future, when supplying public housing for new apartments, it will give priority or additional points to construction companies that have built many multi-family and multi-family houses.
An official from the Ministry of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs said, “It was determined that there would be a higher possibility that larger companies would build buildings properly than small and medium-sized companies.” However, the market is entangled by the government’s swift measures.
The government’s proposed supply of public rental housing is also inaccurate. The government said it would supply 114,000 homes for rent, but this is only an estimate. He also came up with the new term’Seon Se-hyeong’. Strictly speaking, the cheonsei type referred to by the government is not cheonsei, but a reverse tax or monthly rent with 80% of the deposit.
The reason why the government and the real estate market fell into communication is because the government’s diagnosis and solutions for real estate problems are far from reality. The first step to solving the twisted and twisted real estate problem is not the’spiritual victory’ of ignoring the market and saying that you are doing well, but honest communication.
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