Title Improvement of Housing Market Related Laws and Policies Causing Sudden Changes according to the Application Criteria
Authors Lee, Yong-Seong ; Kim, Kyung-Hwan
DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.6106/KJCEM.2019.20.5.012
Page pp.12-20
ISSN 2005-6095
Keywords Laws and policies; Income deduction from housing subscription savings; Monthly rent loan for housing stability; High price house; Penalty points from poor quality construction; Real estate brokerage commission
Abstract This study analyzes and suggests improvement direction for the problems of housing related market laws and policies that cause sudden changes according to the application criteria. These laws and policies include income deduction from housing subscription, monthly rent loan for housing stability, high price house, penalty points from poor quality construction, and real estate brokerage commission. Each has one or more specific values that decide application criteria causing noticeable different results. Benefit or loss can be decided when an application range is changed by a small difference of the application value near to the boundary. This study suggest to use equations instead of a certain values to remove those sudden changes and to make them steadily increasing slopes which can be lines or curves. The concept can be applied to other laws and policies that have significantly different results between criteria.]