The amendment to the "Equal Land Title Act" prohibits the resale of pre-sale houses, which is regarded as a clause that blocks investors.

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Reporter Xu Yiping / special report

The amendment to the "Equal Land Title Act" prohibits the resale of pre-sale houses, which is regarded as a clause that blocks investors.

Therefore, as soon as the law amendment issue was raised a year ago, it triggered a wave of investors quitting their cars, and even the buying momentum of pre-sale houses shrank significantly. Since last year, we can see the accumulation of pre-sale houses that are being sold on major home sales platforms. Many pen listings resale items.

According to Huang Shuwei, Director of Colliers International’s Landlord Service Representative Department, whether it is from the customary channel of pre-sale houses to exchange contracts, or the ratio of properties for rent or for sale on the real estate brokerage website, it is more important to put them on the Internet for price The amount of sold items is probably the tip of the iceberg. The actual number of contracts that have been renewed or awaiting renewal and the growth rate after the policy announcement are definitely far beyond market statistics.

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Huang Shuwei analyzed that convertible pre-sale house contracts are like futures and options, which can be used for investment and arbitrage. Now the prohibition of transfer is tantamount to cutting off liquidity, and the buyer has only a long way to go. Home".

Therefore, at the last moment before the bill goes on the road, builders and investors have to bow their heads and show goodwill.

If the bill is implemented as originally planned by the Ministry of the Interior, the purpose of the future pre-sale market is simply to serve buyers with less financial ability, customers who have changed preferences, or buyers who have expectations for builders and new houses, and lack of short-term price differences and group monopoly Investors, the price leadership of pre-sale houses will be greatly reduced.

Last year, 22,600 pre-sale houses were resold, an annual increase of more than 40%

According to the statistics of Yongqing Housing, the number of pre-sold and re-sold houses on major online house sales platforms was 22,600 in the whole year of last year, a sharp increase of more than 40% from the previous year.

Among the seven metropolitan areas, Taichung City had the largest number of pre-sale housing resales last year with 7,525, an annual increase of 46.3%, followed by Kaohsiung City with 2,468, an annual increase of 42.7%, and Hsinchu City ranked third with 2,101, an annual increase of 11.8%; In the remaining four cities, the number of resale pre-sale houses fell between 693 and 1,819 last year, all of which increased compared with the previous year.

Ye Lingqi, general manager of Yongqing Real Estate Group, pointed out that last year's wave of pre-sale and resale houses was mainly due to the early response to the amendment of the "Average of Land Rights Regulations". After the third reading, the current situation is quite unfavorable for investors of pre-sale houses with multiple households. Therefore, only by making price concessions can there be a chance to get off the car. The price concession range is estimated to be 8 to 10%, and some self-occupied residents will be willing to pay and take over.

Zeng Jingde, project manager of Xinyi Real Estate Enterprise Research Office, said that the prohibition of pre-sale contract renewal has been discussed since the year before last, and last year, pre-sale contract renewal was included in the real estate tax. There have been several waves of pre-sale contract renewal before. It is becoming more and more clear, and the increase in housing prices in the past year has been too alarming, especially in areas other than Shuangbei. Indeed, before the policy is implemented, there will be a final opportunity for contract renewal.

Housing market commentator He Shichang analyzed that the supply and demand of Taiwan’s housing market has changed considerably. From the 1980s to the early 1990s, the average annual number of new houses that obtained licenses was as high as 170,000 to 180,000, and then fell sharply; two years before the financial tsunami, it rebounded to 12 to 13 10,000 households, but in the past 10 years or so, most of them have dropped to around 100,000 households per year.

Therefore, from the perspective of the supply side, if the newly completed houses are controlled at about 100,000 households each year, the supply pressure is actually not too great.

Another important factor is that after the newly completed houses are handed over, they are subject to the heavy tax lock-up period of real estate and land integration. Most of the new houses will not be converted into sales. As for the number of newly completed houses each year, there is no certain standard. The key The gap between "supply" and "demand".

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