Yesterday (10th) After the real estate measures came out, I tried to report on the atmosphere of the neighborhoods where the house prices have increased a lot. Our reporter went out and heard the stories of the residents and brokers, but the reactions were diverse.
Take a look at reporter Hwagang Yun.
This is an apartment complex in Seoul where the overall real estate tax burden will be heavy next year.
Even after the real estate policy is announced, it is the atmosphere to watch the market situation rather than to sell the house immediately.
[Mapo-gu Apartment Residents: (Tax) Some tens of millions won a year, but this (well), billions of billions, billions of billions, and so on... .]
In the case of multi-homeowners, there has been an opinion that as the holding tax increases by tens of millions of won, it is necessary to sell some of the houses.
The key is whether to put out Seoul houses that have led to higher house prices.
[Real estate company representative: In the case of multi-homeowners who have cheap ones, they can handle cheap ones. Gangnam or something like that, because those who have multi-households have the ability to pay that much tax… (I'll endure it.)]
This is the reason why the analysis showed that the effect of policy may be limited in Seoul until June of next year.
Tenants are worried that homeowners will not be able to pass the tax increase in the process.
[Seoul Gangnam-gu apartment tenant: Even now, the rent is still rising, this neighborhood. It is said that if this is done now, there is a possibility that it will rise next year.] The
government ruling party plans to reduce the burden of tenants by handling the three lease laws, such as the rent to cheonsei rent, at the provisional parliament this month.
(Video coverage: Park Dong-ryul, video editing: Jong-tae Kim)
"Let's sell and leave a bright Seoul home"
Since yesterday's real estate measures came out, I've covered the atmosphere of the neighborhoods where home prices have risen a lot. Our reporter went out and heard the stories of the residents and brokers, but the reactions were diverse.