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The first real estate measures of the Yun Seok-yeol government have been released.
We decided to partially change the sale price system, but decided not to abolish the sale price ceiling itself.
Real estate policy was typically an area that was likely to be significantly different from the Moon Jae-in administration, but it is unlikely that there will be any sudden changes right away.
Reporter Park Jin-jun reports.
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The government has decided to revise the price ceiling a little.
The purpose is to increase supply by increasing the profitability of reconstruction and redevelopment associations and construction companies.
The sale price cap system is a system that sets an upper limit by adding the construction cost to the housing site cost, and is currently applied to 13 districts in Seoul and 50 dongs that are undergoing redevelopment.
In addition to housing land cost and construction cost, the government decided to reflect costs such as tenant housing relocation costs and name litigation costs in the sale price.
In addition, if the construction material cost, which was currently announced twice a year, rises by more than 15%, it will be reflected in the construction cost from time to time.
When this happens, the price increases by 4% on average and 2% on average.
President Yoon Seok-yeol was negative about the price ceiling system, saying that it should be left to the autonomy from the time of his candidacy.
So there was a prospect that it would be abolished, but the government drew the line that it had never considered abolition.
The Minister of Land, Infrastructure and Transport also put weight on maintaining the system.
“We focused on rationally operating the system.”
Measures to stabilize the monthly rent were also introduced.
The transfer tax will be exempted even if the owner of a single household, one house, raises the rent by 5% or less.
It is intended to prevent tenants from moving out because of their actual residence.
However, measures for multi-family dwellings, which are the core of cheonsei rental measures, were omitted.
For tenants with an annual income of less than 50 million won, the limit of the Jeonse loan will be increased, and the monthly rent tax credit will be slightly increased.
This is Park Jin-joon from MBC News.
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