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When do you expect mixed house prices?

2019-12-14T14:55:08.623Z

Reporter Kwon Ae-ri of Industrial IT Team. House prices, which started rising little by little in 2014 in Seoul, have been rising for six years. The longest period since the start of the relevant aggregation. The government announced big policies, such as the 8/2 measures in 2017 and the 9/13 measures in 2018.



※ The Journalist (THE JOURNALIST), where SBS reporters tell stories to the viewers, which they could not complete in the news! This time, we looked at the government's real estate policies and prospects amid rising home prices. Reporter Kwon Ae-ri of Industrial IT Team.

House prices, which started rising little by little in 2014 in Seoul, have been rising for six years. The longest period since the start of the relevant aggregation. The government announced big policies, such as the 8/2 measures in 2017 and the 9/13 measures in 2018. In October of this year, the government also introduced a policy to apply the "tweezers" for the sale price limit, but it is said that it was not as effective as expected.

In short, the pre-sale cap is to supply the house at the cost level by adding the pre-set additional costs, which is expected to reduce the price of the house in the short term. However, in the long run, it is necessary to move various variables such as interest rates and liquidity in order to increase the chances of policy success.

Can this time catch the real estate market where the "provoke" of government policy is overheating?

◆ Reporter Kwon Ae-ri / Industrial IT Team
Since the real estate market is overheated and house prices have risen for a long time, you may think that house prices will rise forever, but there is no market without cycles.

And house prices are mixed. There are a few signs that can be expected to go up in the future. On the contrary, people who are now the highest point are talking on their own basis.

It is necessary to buy a house in order to really live, but you must be very careful about buying a house as you think it will continue to rise. It's the best now that I can't afford it, or it's a debt that's going to be very hard even if interest rates go up a bit. I want to tell you that it's safe.

(Reporting: Kwon Ae-ri / Project: Han Sang-woo / Composition: Cho Do-hye, Kim Hui-ran / Filmmaker / Editor: Lee Hong-myung, Park Seung-yeon, Lee Eun-kyung / Graphic: Oh Woo-woo)

Source: sbskr

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