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the July 10 real estate countermeasures, which decided to abolish the registered rental business system, existing rental companies rebelled, saying they were taking away the tax benefits they had given them. As the backlash grew, the government came up with a supplementary measure saying that it would retain some tax support.

Reporter Jeong Seong-jin reports.


After the announcement of the July 10 measures to virtually eliminate the registered rental business system, private rental companies went to the streets.

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When promoting any time pointed to the speculators He was complaining that he would deprive the rental business of tax benefits such as exclusion and transfer tax.

On the 4th, when the amendment to the Private Rental Housing Special Act passed the National Assembly, the government came up with a supplementary plan saying that it would maintain some tax benefits to address such complaints.

First of all, if more than half of the compulsory rental period is fulfilled, it is not subject to the intensive transfer tax applied to multi-homeowners.

Instead, companies who voluntarily quit the rental business were limited to disposing of their houses within one year.

We also decided to recognize the non-transfer tax benefit on the rental company's residence when disposing of the house within 5 years.

Tax benefits such as income tax, corporate tax, and taxation tax, which were given to rental business owners, remain the same until the registration is cancelled.

These tax incentives are only applicable to rental business owners who registered before July 10, when the government measures were announced.