Title Potential Residents' Opinions on Community Facilities and Operation Programs of University-affiliated Public Rental Housing
Authors 임해원(Lim, Haewon) ; 황지현(Hwang, Ji-Hyoun)
DOI https://doi.org/10.5659/JAIK.2022.38.9.47
Page pp.47-55
ISSN 2733-6247
Keywords University-affiliated public rental housing; Happy Housing; Community facilities; Housing services; Operation programs; Residents’ opinions
Abstract The opinions of potential residents regarding the effectiveness of university-affiliated public rental housing supply were analyzed by focusing on community facilities and their operating programs. A literature review and a survey were conducted on potential residents that targeted 424 university students. Upon analysis, it was confirmed that the necessity of a health club and study room among the community facilities had the greatest influence on one’s intention to live in university-affiliated public rental housing reflecting a significant difference between the two groups. These results suggested that university students were very interested in health and academics, and they were more likely to live in a residential space with related facilities. On the other hand, no significant results were obtained regarding the need for housing services. In terms of operation and management, the management cost item had an impact on the intention to live revealing a significant difference between the two groups. For university students, the housing service was a factor in the increase of management costs, therefore it is important to consider reducing housing costs above all else.