The Anti-Corruption and Civil Rights Commission is considering ways to improve the “middle pay calculation system,” which has emerged as an issue in the real estate market due to rising housing prices.
As the Anti-Corruption and Civil Rights Commission is expected to recommend the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport to improve the system if it comes up with policy measures, attention is being paid to whether the government will revise the brokerage fee system.
The Anti-Corruption and Civil Rights Commission collected public opinions on housing brokerage services through its website from July 2 to 13. As a result, 53 percent of the total 2,478 respondents said the brokerage fee was too heavy.
The Anti-Corruption and Civil Rights Commission said Monday that it is reviewing four policy measures based on these results.
The first measure is to divide the transaction section into seven stages, multiply the corresponding rate by section with a sale price of 1.2 billion won or less, deduct the progressive difference, and add the progressive difference to the sale price of 1.2 billion won or more.
For example, the government will deduct 1.5 million won after applying the repair rate of 0.7 percent for housing transactions between 900 million won and 1.2 billion won, and apply 0.4 percent for housing transactions between 1.2 billion won and 1.8 billion won before adding 2.1 million won.
The Anti-Corruption and Civil Rights Commission also came up with a plan to deduct or add progressive differences after applying the corresponding rate for each section based on 900 million won for lease contracts.
The second plan is to deduct progressive differences for each section of houses with sales of 1.2 billion won or less, or 900 million won or less, for houses with a lease of 900 million won or less, but to discuss the upper and lower rates within the scope of the excess.
The third option is to apply a 파워볼사이트 single rate system or a single flat rate system of not more than 0.5% for sale and not more than 0.4% for the previous month’s tax.
The fourth plan is to guarantee the authority of authorized brokers to decide who will pay for brokerage maintenance within the brokerage rate (0.3 percent to 0.9 percent) and to pay differential costs in consideration of the brokerage market situation.
The plan calls for the buyer to make the decision by taking into account all the situations in which the seller has an upper hand due to a lack of sales and the large number of sales.