The average sale price of large apartments in Seoul has exceeded 2.2 billion won.
Despite the government's high-strength regulations aimed at high-end housing, prices continued to rise, mainly for ultra-high-priced apartments, rising an average of over 250 million won in one year.
As the phenomenon of concentrating on the so-called'one smart house' continued, and expectations for the reconstruction of apartments in the Gangnam area such as Apgujeong increased, the price of large apartments increased.
However, due to the rapid rise in house prices in a short period of time and the increased tax burden such as comprehensive real estate tax, some complexes were sold before June, raising the possibility that the price of high-priced apartments would be adjusted.
According to the monthly housing price trend of KB Kookmin Bank today (6th), the average sale price of large-sized apartments in Seoul (exclusive area exceeding 135m2 and 41 pyeong) last month was 22.11.61 million won, exceeding 2.2 billion won for the first time. Stood.
This is the highest price since January 2016 when the relevant statistics were written.
Compared to one year ago (1.95214 million won), it was 25893 million won, and it was 41.2 million won higher than two years ago (1.89.81 million won).
By region, the average price of large-sized apartments in the Gangbuk region (14 districts north of the Han River) was 1,655.6 million won, up 13.6% (19872 million won) compared to a year ago.
Three years and six months ago, the average price of the Gangnam region (11 districts south of the Han River), which had already exceeded 1.65 billion won, was 2,38689 million won, indicating that the gap between Gangnam and North Korea is still large.
In the Gangnam area, large apartments in Gangnam 3 districts, such as Gangnam, Seocho, and Songpa-gu, where ultra-high-priced apartments are concentrated, raised the average price.
In particular, the ransom of the Apgujeong-dong redevelopment promotion complexes has jumped significantly recently.
The 196.21㎡ of 196.21㎡ of Hyundai Motor Company in Apgujeong 3 district, which is about to be approved for establishment of the association, was traded at 6.3 billion won (10th floor) on the 15th of last month, and rose by 1.30 billion won from 5.27 billion won (7th floor) last December. I wrote a contract at the report price.
Hyundai 2nd Car 198.41㎡ was also traded at a reported price of 6.3 billion won (7th floor) on the 5th of last month, and the previous report rose to 1.1 billion won from 5.2 billion won (14th floor) of last year.
In the case of the Hyundai 6th car's 196.7㎡, the reported price was KRW 6.2 billion (9th floor) on the 16th of last month, and it was 750 million KRW higher than the previous reported price of 5.45 billion KRW (6th floor) on February 22nd.
In Apgujeong District 6, Hanyang 5th Street 153.59㎡ was traded at a reported price of 4.1 billion won (8th floor) on February 3rd, and the reported price was rewritten to 4.37 billion won (12th floor) on February 10th. , In Apgujeong District 5, 147.41㎡ of Hanyang 2nd car was worth 3.9 billion won on February 3 (4th floor), 3.95 billion won (2nd floor) on February 9, and 4.25 billion won (11th floor) on February 24th. In one month, Shingo rewrote the record three times.
In addition to the Apgujeong area, reports of 167.72㎡ of I-Park in Samseong-dong were sold for 5.1 billion won (40th floor) in February.
In Seocho-gu, Banpo-dong Raemian Firstage 198.22㎡ was traded at 4.85 billion won (16th floor) on the 4th of last month, raising the reported price.
It was bought and sold at 4.58 billion won (9th floor) in January, and then increased by 270 million won in two months.
Banpo-dong Banpozai 216.49㎡ was sold at a reported price of 4.49 billion won (23rd floor) on the 13th of last month, and Banpo Hillstate 155.38㎡ was sold at a reported price of 3.83 billion won (9th floor) on the 2nd of last month. On the 12th of last month, ㎡ was traded at a record high of 3.7 billion won (16th floor).
Although the area is less than 135㎡, 129.92㎡ of the same building was traded at a declared price of 4.7 billion won (8th floor) on the 2nd of last month, and was traded at the highest price this year.
In Songpa-gu, Jamsil-dong Recenz 124.22㎡ was traded at a reported price of 2.87 billion won (24th floor) on the 12th of last month, and increased by 70 million won from 2.8 billion won (17th floor) last December.
In the Gangbuk region, large apartments in the so-called'Mayongseong' (Mapo, Yongsan, Seongdong-gu) area drove the average price.
LG Hangangzai 202.32㎡, in Ichon-dong, Yongsan-gu, was traded at a reported price of 3.75 billion won (16th floor) on the 10th of last month, an increase of 760 million won from 2.89 billion won (3rd floor) in December last year. Yongsan The Central 161.48㎡ was sold for 3.65 billion won (27th floor) on the 23rd of last month and was also traded at the declared price.
The 241.93㎡ of Galleria Foret, Seongsu-dong 1-ga, Seongdong-gu, one of the representative high-priced apartments in Gangbuk, was traded at 5.95 billion won (31st floor) on the 8th of last month, and reports continued to be renewed even with heavy ransom.
In the case of 240.23㎡ of Hannam The Hill, Hannam-dong, Yongsan-gu, a transaction was reported for 7.5 billion won (1st floor) on the 12th of last month.
This is a record rewritten by the report, which was set at 6.9 billion won (2nd floor) a month ago, and is the highest price among apartments traded in the country this year.
It is unknown whether the price of large apartments in Seoul, formed with super high prices, will rise further in the future.
In the market, there is a view that the increase in the price of large apartments will not be dampened if the demand for focusing on'one smart house' continues due to the government's multiple regulations, and the pace of reconstruction after the Seoul Mayor's election will accelerate.
However, with the public price rising sharply and the heavy tax burden for multi-homeowners is predicted, as June, the base date for the taxation of the possession tax, is approaching, there is also a prospect that the price increase may be hindered by the sale of products one by one.
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