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new lease protection law was implemented, the situation of landlords and tenants is so diverse that there are many confusing parts.
There is also a prospect that the charter will gradually change to anti-war or monthly rent, and reporter Jeon Hyung-woo pointed out questions one by one.
When renewing the lease contract, the move to turn the charter to anti-war or monthly rent is appearing when it cannot be raised by more than 5%.
[Jin Jin-hee/Mapo-gu Authorized Broker: You can't raise the difference from the existing deposit, but you can't raise the rent
Even if the tenant yields, the total rent increase cannot exceed 5% by applying the rent to cheonsei ratio.
For example, consider the case of a 400 million won charter.
When renewing a contract, the landlord can only raise up to 5%, or 420 million won.
But what if the landlord agreed to pay 100 million of the deposit to the rest of the rent?
At this time, the current 4% rent to cheonsei ratio should be applied.
In other words, 12.8 million won, which is 4% of the 320 million won remaining after subtracting 100 million won, will be paid for one year.
That's about 106 million causes each month.
Then, will the conversion to reverse or monthly rent be faster?
Since the conversion rate of the rent to the rent is higher than the fortress of the fortress, the landlord who can afford to return the deposit will want to change it.
However, it is not easy for landlords who have invested in the gap to return a large amount of the deposit and convert it into a reverse tax or monthly rent.
Can the tenant ask for a contract extension even if the landlord changes?
However, if the new landlord wants to live in person, the contract cannot be renewed.
(Video editing: Cho Moo-hwan)
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Although the new lease protection law was enforced, the situation of landlords and tenants is so diverse that there is a lot of confusion. There is also a prospect that the charter will gradually change to anti-war or monthly rent, and reporter Jeon Hyung-woo pointed out questions one by one.
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