The publicly announced price of apartment houses has risen significantly this year, and among them, the publicly announced prices in areas where house prices surged last year, such as Sejong, Daejeon, and Gangbuk, Seoul, were found to have increased significantly.
Sejong surged by 70.68%, while Daejeon and Seoul also saw an increase in public prices by 20%.
The government explains that it is because the price of the house itself has risen far rather than the roadmap of the published price realization rate.
According to the announced price plan for apartment houses for 2021, released by the government today (15th), among 17 cities and provinces, the official price of apartment houses in Sejong City rose by 70.68% from last year, ranking first in the rate of increase.
It is difficult to find a precedent for the public price of apartments in one area to soar at once.
The government announced last year a roadmap for improving the realization rate of published prices, but it explains that the impact is not significant.
This year's increase in the actualization rate (disclosed price/market price) is only 1.2 percentage points from last year, so most of the factors are the increase in the market price.
It is said that a 1.2% point increase in the realization rate has the effect of increasing the public price by 2-3%.
The government's explanation is that all the rest reflects the rise in the market price.
According to the statistics of apartments from the Korea Real Estate Agency, apartment prices in Sejong City rose 44.93% over the past year.
Although house prices have risen a lot across the country, it is not an exaggeration to say that Sejong City has spewed'long beekeeping' with good news such as discussions before the National Assembly.
The official price of Sejong City has risen so much that the ranking of the median price of public housing for apartments this year has also been changed for the first time since the statistics were written.
The median price of Sejong's apartment houses this year was 432 million won, an increase of 82.3% from 232 million won last year.
Seoul was valued at 290 million won last year, but this year it was evaluated at 380 million won, a 27.1% increase, giving Sejong the No. 1 spot.
This is the first time that Seoul has given the No. 1 spot in other cities and provinces in the median public housing price list since the government released related statistics in 2006.
Most of the apartments in Sejong are newly built and there is not much variation in the living environment by region, so the house price seems to have jumped evenly.
Gyeonggi-do also recorded a 23.96% increase in official prices this year, exceeding the average.
The rate of change in apartment prices in Gyeonggi Province last year was 12.62%.
Among the local metropolitan cities, the official price in Daejeon rose by 20.57%, in Busan by 19.67% and in Ulsan by 18.68%.
Last year, apartment prices in these areas also rose 18.14% in Daejeon, 7.91% in Busan, and 10.50% in Ulsan.
In the case of Seoul, the rate of increase in public housing prices this year was 19.91%, and Gangbuk regions such as the so-called'Nodo River' (Nowon, Dobong, and Gangbuk) rose a lot in particular.
If you look at the ranking of the listed price increase rate of 25 districts in Seoul, Nowon-gu has increased by 34.66%, showing that the public price has jumped the most.
This was followed by Seongbuk-gu (28.01%), Gangdong-gu (27.25%), Dongdaemun-gu (26.81%), Dobong-gu (26.19%), and Seongdong-gu (25.27%).
In Seoul, where various regulations were concentrated, the overall house price did not jump much compared to local metropolitan cities.
According to statistics from the Korea Appraisal Board, the rate of increase in apartment prices last year was only 3.01%.
However, the prices of mid- to low-priced apartments have risen more in the Gangbuk area, especially in the Nodo River area than in Gangnam in Seoul.
The apartment price rose 5.15% in Nowon-gu, 5.08% in Gangbuk-gu, and 4.25% in Dobong-gu, above the Seoul average.
Seocho-gu, Gangnam-gu (13.53%), Gangnam-gu (13.96%), and Songpa-gu (19.22%), which are the 3rd districts of Gangnam, did not show a relatively high rate of increase in published prices.
Seocho-gu was the last in the list price increase rate among 25 districts.
The rate of increase in publicly listed prices in Gangnam-gu and Seocho-gu is somewhat reduced compared to last year.
Last year, Gangnam-gu recorded 25.57% and Seocho-gu recorded 22.57%.
Out of the 25 districts in Seoul, only 7 districts including Gangnam 3 districts, Jongno-gu (13.60%), Yongsan-gu (15.24%), Eunpyeong-gu (17.85%), and Gangseo-gu (18.11%) showed an increase rate lower than the average of 19.91%. .
All others have increased rates of over 20%.