Starting today (29th), the amount of special supplies for the first time in life in the subscription market will be expanded, and income standards for some newlyweds will be relaxed.

The Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport announced on the 29th that the revised rules on housing supply and the enforcement rules of the Special Act on Public Housing will be implemented on this day.

First of all, the number of special tasks for the first time in life will be expanded.

Currently, we increase the supply of special workers for the first time in public housing, and introduce them to private housing.

The ratio of the initial volume of public housing will increase from 20% to 25%.

In the case of private housing, 15% of the pre-sale volume for public housing and 7% for private housing is supplied as a special construction for the first time in life.

However, in this case, the housing is limited to 85㎡ or less in exclusive area.

For the first time in the life of newly established private housing, the qualifications of special workers are basically the same as those of national housing, but the income level has been reduced to 130% of the average monthly income of urban workers in consideration of the high sales price.

In addition, for newlyweds, income requirements are eased when buying a home for the first time in their lives.

Currently, newlyweds can apply if the average monthly income of urban workers is 120% (double-income 130%) or less.

Therefore, for newlyweds who purchase a house for the first time in their lives, if the pre-sale price is between 600 million and 900 million, the income standard is reduced by 10% and applied.

In this case, you will be eligible for subscription up to 140% of the average monthly income earned by double earning.

The average monthly income of 140% based on a household of 4 is 8.72 million won.

In terms of annual salary, it amounts to 146.4 million won.

The newlyweds' special income requirement is applied to the newlyweds' specialty house in private housing and the Newlywed Hope Town, which is a public sale.

The government is seeking ways to further ease the income requirements of the newlyweds commander.

For some houses with high pre-sale prices, a plan to raise the income standard will be discussed so that the opportunity to subscribe to dual-income couples can be extended.

Currently, newlyweds who have children born before the marriage registration are not given the first priority for newlyweds, but children born before marriage are also recognized as children born during the marriage.

Subscribers who have been working overseas for a long time were excluded from the priority supply, but now, if they stayed abroad by themselves due to business circumstances such as overseas work, they are recognized as living in Korea.

Seong-soo Han, head of the Housing Fund Division, said, "The opportunity for homeless end users to win is expected to expand due to the reorganization of the subscription system such as the expansion of special work for the first time in life." I plan to review it."