‘Aranggot’ despite interest rate hike and loan regulation… 2nd week of nationwide apartment buying sentiment ↑ – Cheonji Ilbo

Trends in apartment sales and demand index. (Source: Yonhap News)

Real Estate Sales Supply and Demand Index 108.1→108.4

Seoul, Gyeonggi, Incheon, and all provinces rose

[천지일보=이우혁 기자] Despite the base rate hike and loan regulations, sentiment to buy apartments across the country, including the metropolitan area, has been strong for the second week in a row. In the Seoul metropolitan area, transportation and favorable conditions such as the metropolitan express train (GTX), centered on Gyeonggi and Incheon, attracted the demand for ‘post-Seoul’ migration. do.

According to the Korea Real Estate Agency on the 10th, the nationwide apartment sales and demand index this week (as of the 6th) was 108.4, up 0.3p from 108.1 last week. This is the last two weeks in a row. The metropolitan area rose 0.4p from 111.7 last week to 112.1 this week, rising for the second week in a row.

The supply-demand index is an index of the ratio of supply and demand, and when it approaches 200 based on 100, it means that demand increases.

After the Bank of Korea raised the base rate by 0.25%, there is a possibility of an additional rate hike, and some commercial banks are blocking new mortgage loans, etc.

Looking at the supply and demand index of the metropolitan area, Seoul rose from 106.5 to 107.2, Gyeonggi from 114.0 to 114.1, and Incheon from 114.8 to 115.3.

An official from the Real Estate Agency said that although the number of listings decreased and the number of transactions decreased due to the increase in the base rate of the stock price, etc., the increase in house prices was maintained as new transactions continued in some popular complexes in Gangnam and Gangbuk. Industry insiders analyzed that the buying trend is mainly in areas with good traffic such as the GTX line and mid- to low-priced complexes.

On the other hand, it was also found that purchasing sentiment in the provinces has also strengthened. The supply-demand index of eight provinces, excluding Gyeonggi Province, rose from 105.2 to 107.0, and from 104.7 to 105.1 for all provinces.

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