Recently, I was informed that house prices are falling all over the place.

In some areas, house prices and jeonse prices are similar or even reversed.

When you go to get a charter, you need to look carefully.

Correspondent Han Sang-woo.


It is a large apartment complex with over 1,000 households in Paju, Gyeonggi-do.

Last week, the lease for a 59㎡ apartment in this complex was signed for 180 million won.

But just before that, an apartment of the same size was sold for 161.4 million won.

Jeonse is about 18 million won more expensive than the house price.

A 39㎡ apartment in Gyeyang-gu, Incheon was also sold for 84 million won at the end of last year, and now the jeonse is going out for 90 million won.

First of all, in an area where you can stay for a while because your job is close or transportation is good, but where you do not plan to live for a long time, there are cases in which jeonse reverses the house price.

[Lee Eun-hyung / Research Fellow, Korea Construction Policy Research Institute: In some areas, there is a constant demand for rental, but there is a small demand for sale.

People don't want to own a house there.]

Another problem is that house prices fall quickly when landlords do not lower the existing jeonse contract.

Starting with Daegu and Daejeon, where house prices have been declining since the beginning of this year, this phenomenon is now spreading to the metropolitan area.

In the case of an 84m2 complex in Anyang-si, Gyeonggi-do, the sale price is 425 million won, which is not even 50 million won different from Jeonse.

[Lim Seong-hwan / ABL Life WM Manager: (Recently) Due to the drop in sales prices, many cans have already started to be rented out in the provinces.

Recently, even in the metropolitan area, it can be seen that it is spreading mainly in the outlying areas with poor location.]

To avoid problems with the return of the deposit later from the tenant's point of view, check the difference between the house price and the Jeonse price before signing the contract. Joining the is the most realistic measure.

(Video editing: Kim Jong-mi, VJ: Park Hyun-woo)