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A Study on the Minimum Housing Level and House Rental Supplement

  • Public Land Law Review
  • Abbr : KPLLR
  • 2011, 54(), pp.95-117
  • Publisher : Korean Public Land Law Association
  • Research Area : Social Science > Law

Lee,Heon-Seok 1

1서원대학교

Accredited

ABSTRACT

The housing supply ratio, which refers to the ratio of housing units relative to the number of households, reached 110% as of 2008 in Korea. This can be interpreted as that the housing shortage problem has been much alleviated in an absolute sense. In recent years, the government has introduced new housing programs which revealed the government’s efforts to shift the housing policy goal from ‘mass production of housing units’ to ‘housing welfare’. In result, housing act was acted the minimum housing level in 2003. However, the current housing welfare program for low-income households shows inefficiency and problems, while the cost of low-income groups's housing expenses have been weighting since 2000. To solve this problem, governments encourage supplying rental apartments for them. House rental supplement is most common things to solve housing problem in an advanced country but there is neither earning rate nor assessment standards in our country. In spite of setting up various legal system, there is not a few the positive results that the actual benefit of policy come not for the low-income group. In conclusion, for justifying housing legal system, it have to revise to guarantee the social weak. Therefore, studies on house rental supplement are required to develop this systems as housing voucher. Hence this study try to suggest both proper house rental charge to encourage nongovernmental construction and house rental supplement, considering ability to pay and emphasizes the establishment of the housing welfare law.

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