The city is implementing development measures for the activation of public rental houses and its continuous supply through the system of new-concept public housing.
Malli-dong, Artists’ Cooperative Building
Sinnae-dong, Medical Safe Residence
To overcome the limited amount of public rental housing, Seoul is encouraging the inclusion of semi-public and private rental houses, easing regulations and fostering financial support such as taxes and national housing funds, and promoting corporate-type rental service providers.
The Seoul Metropolitan Government will continuously operate the “clean apartment project” to reduce maintenance fee bubbles and conflicts between residents and apartment management staff by disclosing information, activating the village community culture, and investigating the actual condition of apartments and complexes.
The Seoul Metropolitan Government strengthens the residential safety network for citizens by protecting tenants from problems arising from housing market changes and by easing the burden of excessive housing expenses through rental consultations, adjustment, loan support, and legal help at the rental security deposit support center.
Seoul is currently expanding its residential welfare measures by providing systematic support for the residence-marginalized and constructing a residential welfare system through financial support, improvement of facilities, and construction of community space.
Hopeful housing repair project
Installing firefighting facilities in Gosiwon
The Seoul Metropolitan Government improves its management system through the integration of different types of rental houses and helps residents become self-reliant. Furthermore, the city keeps operating measures for improving rental houses where people want to live by easing people’s burden of residential expenses through resident-centered management and by realizing a welfare community.