도시계획2021. 3. 31. 14:24

김상조 정책실장이 전세상승율 0%를 정책화했다면. 김상조 전세 14% 인상 사건의 교훈. 진보정당 정의당도 뒷북은 매한가지다. 코로나 위기 상황에서 정의당은 ‘전기세, 물세,난방비’ 등을 ‘0원’으로 하자는 주장을 했어야 했다.

 독일 베를린의 경우, 2019년 이후 5년간 월세 동결조치를 단행했고, 이 결과 우연찮게 코로나 상황에서 월세자들은 월 36만원을 절약할 수 있게 되어, 결과적으로 ‘소득주도성장’을 달성했다. 

토론토가 속한 캐나다 온타리오 주의 경우, 2021년 월세를 동결했다. 2020년 3월 이후, 코로나 상황에서 집주인들과 월세자들이 스스로 타협해서, 월세를 5~10% 인하하기도 했다. 


한국의 ‘전세’ 제도는 독일과 캐나다, 미국의 ‘월세’ 제도와 다르다. 하지만 이것은 다 알고 있는 사실이고, 코로나 위기 상황에서만이라도 ‘전세-월세 동결’조치를 내릴 수도 있었다. 기본소득,기본자산, 박영선의 5천만원 즉각 대출 등 현금지불로 코로나 불평등을 해소책이 제한되고, 선거용으로 전락해버린 것같다. 


김상조 실장,김조원,김의겸,노영민 등의 ‘개인윤리’ 강조해서 뭐하겠는가? 정책가이면 정책으로 승부하지 못한 게 한숨이 나올 뿐이다. 전세가격 차이는 같은 서울도 2~3배 차이가 난다. 전세-월세 동결조치를 내렸다면, 김상조는 청담동 집, 금호동 전세집, 이 복잡한 수학 계산을 할 필요가 없었을 것이다. 

캐나다 토론토 집주인들이 김상조, 국힘 오세훈, 박형준보다 양심이 3배 착해서 월세동결조치를 수용하고, 심지어 월세를 소폭이라도 깎아줄까요? 30년 넘게 월세 통제 (대략 연간 2%를 넘지 못함)를 생활화했기 때문에, 이러한 코로나 위기 상황에서도 월세 동결이나 인하를 할 수 있는 것이라고 본다. 

의대.의대.의대, 다들 병원의사만 하고, 기초의학은 후진국되어, 코로나 바이러스도 분리하는 기술을 발전시키지 못해, 백신 개발은 늦어, 초국적 자본 제약회사 좋은 일 시키고,
불평등 완화할 정책에 대해서는, 문재인과 민주당은 해외 월세 동결조치와 같은 ‘소득주도성장’ 정책들은 무시해버렸다.


국민이 참 힘들다.

 

 

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도시계획2021. 3. 31. 13:04

코로나 특별 조치. 캐나다 토론토 주택 월세, 2021년 동결조치.  이런 법적 조치와는 별도로,  2020년~2021년 사이 실제 생활에서 집주인들이 월세를 5~10%씩 깎아주고 있다.  

2022년 월세 인상 가능하지만, 집주인은 월세자에게 90일 이전에 통보해야함. 

 

 

토론토가 속한 캐나다 온타리오 주의 경우, 주정부가 월세 통제를 한다.

2019년의 경우 1.8%, 2020년의 경우 2.2%였으나, 코로나 위기 상황에서 월세 인상을 금지했다.

2021년의 경우 월세 동결조치를 내림.

 

 

http:// https://www.ontario.ca/page/residential-rent-increases

 

Residential rent increases

Learn about the rules for rent, including rent increase guidelines and resolving issues about rent control.

 

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Rent freeze for 2021

Rules for rent increase

Rent increase guideline

Resolving issues about rent control

Rent freeze for 2021

 

 

The Government of Ontario has passed legislation to freeze rent at 2020 levels. This means that rents will not increase in 2021 for the vast majority of rented units covered under the Residential Tenancies Act.

 

The rent freeze applies to most tenants living in:

 

rented houses, apartments and condos (including units occupied for the first time for residential purposes after November 15, 2018)

basement apartments

care homes (including retirement homes)

mobile home parks

land lease communities

rent-geared-to-income units and market rent units in community housing

affordable housing units created through various federally and/or provincially funded programs

While the rent freeze will end on December 31, 2021, landlords can give proper 90 days’ notice beforehand for a rent increase that takes effect in 2022.

 

Exceptions

 

Above guideline increases approved by the Landlord and Tenant Board prior to October 1, 2020 may be applied to 2021 rents. New above guideline increases may still be approved by the Landlord and Tenant Board and may still be applied to 2021 rents if they are for costs related to eligible capital repairs and security services, but not if they are for extraordinary increases in municipal taxes and charges.

Tenants and landlords can still agree on rent increases in exchange for an extra service or facility (for example, air conditioning or parking)

Rules for rent increase

In most cases, the rent for a residential unit can be increased 12 months after either:

 

the last rent increase

the date the tenancy begins

The landlord must give a tenant written notice of a rent increase at least 90 days before it takes effect.

 

The proper forms for this notice are available from the Landlord and Tenant Board. If your landlord has not provided the proper notice, or you believe that your rent has been raised by an improper amount, you can dispute it at the Landlord and Tenant Board within 12 months after the amount was first charged.

 

Rent increase guideline

The guideline is the maximum a landlord can increase most tenants’ rent during a year without the approval of the Landlord and Tenant Board.

 

For most tenants, your rent can’t go up by more than the rent increase guideline for every year.

 

The guideline applies to most private residential rental units covered by the Residential Tenancies Act. This applies to most tenants, such as those living in:

 

rented houses, apartments, basement apartments and condos (see exceptions for newly occupied units)

care homes

mobile homes

land lease communities

The guideline does not apply to certain types of units including:

 

vacant residential units

community housing units

nursing homes

commercial properties

Social housing is covered by the Residential Tenancies Act, but has different rules regarding rent control and rent increase notices.

 

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