Gyeonggi-do has decided to impose a disadvantage on personnel if it does not dispose of all of the houses owned by the executives of the provincial government office and public institutions except for one residential home.

It is the first time in Gyeonggi-do to dispose of multi-households for high-ranking government officials at a local government level, which is more powerful than the government's recommendation to dispose of multi-household officials at level 2 or higher.

Governor Lee Jae-myeong announced today (28th) through an online press conference, "I will not make money from real estate speculation in Gyeonggi-do."

The main contents of the countermeasures are: ▲Recommendation of public officials to dispose of non-residential housing in one house (restore trust in real estate policy) ▲Punitive taxation of non-residential housing and expansion of long-term public housing (increased supply and reduction in speculative demand) ▲Base income-based land tax (real estate) And return on unpaid income).

This is a materialization of the'Third Real Estate Policy for Real Estate,' which complements the government policy.

The governor strongly urged government officials (including Vice-Chairman of the municipality) and their full-time full-time employees who are at least 4th grade to dispose of all the remaining homes, except for 1 residential residence, by the end of this year.

Even if you own a multi-household for unavoidable reasons, you must resolve it within six months from the date of occurrence.

The Gyeonggi Housing and Urban Corporation (GH), which is directly involved in housing policy, has been included in the application.

If this is not followed, the status of housing holdings will be reflected in various evaluations such as promotion, telegram, performance, and re-employment from the next year's greetings, and multi-homeowners will be excluded from related work and will give various personnel disadvantages.

Even in recent years, some high-ranking public officials with multi-family housing have been excluded from the promotion.

Prior to this measure, as of 1st of this month, the survey on the status of 332 homeowners who were eligible for property registration under the Public Officials' Ethics Act (level 4 public officials, deputy heads of municipalities, and executives of public institutions) found that 28.3% (94 persons) of owners of more than 2 houses I got it.

2 houses were the largest with 69 people, and 3 and 4 house owners were 16 and 9 respectively.

The ratio of multi-homeowners by institution is 23.4% (4 out of 201) of the Metropolitan Government and 25.8% (8 out of 31), Vice President of the City/County, 37.5% (21 out of 56) of the Fire and Disaster Headquarters, executives of public institutions 40.9% (18 out of 44).

This measure is a preemptive prescription at the local government level, as a request to introduce a real estate blank trust system similar to the stock blank trust system has not yet been accepted by the government.

"The real estate market is influenced by psychology, so it is difficult to secure trust when real estate stakeholders are involved in policy decisions," Lee said. "A high-ranking public official who owns multi-households for speculative and investment purposes as a temporary measure because he cannot wait for legislation of the real estate blank trust system." "We have prepared a way to deal with it."

In addition, regarding the concern about property rights violations guaranteed by the Constitution, "There is no violation of the Constitution because it is the absolute discretion of the human rights holder, such as preferential treatment of women and care for marginalized areas." I don't think it's a property infringement."

He emphasized, "If you want to speculate and invest in real estate, you should not take office, you must have only one of your money and power."

(Photo = Gyeonggi-do, Yonhap News)