As the real estate transaction cliff continues, the number of unsold houses is also increasing.
It is the same in the metropolitan area, and there are places that offer foreign cars, home appliances, and expensive bags as prizes to attract people.
Reporter Han Sang-woo reported.
is a residential officetel model house for sale in Hwaseong, Gyeonggi-do.
They give out application tickets to visitors who listen to the sales description, and they advertise that they will draw prizes such as imported cars and home appliances by drawing lots later.
[Real-sale agency official: We do this because we have the financial power, and we will try to raise the sale rate in other ways in our own way.]
As unsold homes started to accumulate in the metropolitan area, where we had endured, a lottery of prizes that were used 5 years ago and 10 years ago during the recession From imported cars to department store gift certificates and expensive bags, there are various types for each complex.
[Residential officetel sales person in Seongnam, Gyeonggi Province: In fact, at the beginning of this year, (competition rate for subscription) was 123 to 1.
It was good, but since then, the market conditions have been bad.
It is true that the part from subscribing to signing a contract fell below expectations.]
In addition to prizes, more and more places are actually offering discount sales, such as paying the registration tax instead, and lending the mid-payment without interest.
The number of unsold homes nationwide has increased by more than 6,000 compared to the beginning of this year, and in particular, the number of unsold houses has more than tripled in the metropolitan area.
Even in Seoul, more than 200 households have built their homes and cannot find their owners.
[Kim Gyu-gyu / Head of Asset Succession Research Institute at Korea Investment & Securities: Presale price and location. In the end, there is a high enough possibility that uncontracted quantities will come out unless the supply is basically sold at a particularly cheap price.
Stock (existing apartment) prices are dropping...
In the midst of this, 35,000 households are expected to pour in, which is more than double the number of pre-sale units this month than last year, so the fear of unsold pre-sale is expected to spread more widely in the market.
(Video coverage: Jeong Seong-hwa, video editing: Nam Il)