[Infostock Daily=Reporter Lee Ji-sun] Seocho-gu has the highest rate of corporate-owned real estate in Seoul. On the contrary, Gwangjin-gu had the highest rate of privately owned real estate.
According to the "Analysis of Inter-regional transactions based on real estate registration data" released by the Seoul Institute on the 1st, 5,352,972 cases, or 83.6% of the Seoul Metropolitan Government's real estate registration, are owned by individuals (domestics), 9.7% (620,850 cases) for corporations, 5.1% (329,534 cases) for state and local governments, and 0.6% (36,664 cases) for foreigners.
The number of registration classification by type of ownership in the country is 56.4 million 8,000 for Koreans (individually owned), accounting for 73.4% of the total, 16.2% for state and local governments with 12.42 million 9,000 cases, and 7.5% for corporations with 5.78 million 6,000 cases.
Compared to the national average, Seoul has more corporate-owned real estate and much less state-owned real estate.
According to an analysis of real estate owners by the governing district, Seocho-gu had the largest number of corporate-owned real estate in Seoul. The proportion of corporate real estate in Seocho-gu was 17.2%, double the Seoul average.
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