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  • TPASS boosts real estate around Taiwan rail stations

    TPASS’s first anniversary has influenced Taiwan’s real estate market, particularly around TRA stations, boosting sales and housing prices. Learn more about the impact on specific stations.
    2024/07/08 14:18
  • Car sales in Taiwan see slight increase in June

    Young people had difficulty choosing between buying a house and a car; during the traditional peak season of the car market in June, the total number of license plates increased slightly, a year-on-year decrease of 1.9%. The luxury brands hit a new high; Tesla won the first runner-up. Imported cars accounted for 51.7% of the market, and the Hotai in July fell slightly. Toyota / Lexus promotions should be able to stabilize market share.
    2024/07/01 14:18
  • Taiwan’s economic growth overshadows wealth gap

    Explore how Taiwan’s growing wealth gap contrasts with its economic success, with insights on the influence of tax and housing policies on inequality.
    2024/06/26 18:06
  • Taiwan’s average house loan hits record NT$9.7M in Q4 2023

    Discover the latest on Taiwan’s housing market: The average mortgage loan for home purchases hit a record NT$9.705 million in Q4 2023, reflecting the ongoing challenge of high housing prices despite government efforts. Learn more about the impact and responses.
    2024/05/21 15:49
  • Taiwan’s rising rents: pandemic, war, and interest rates

    the year-over-year (YoY) rate in the rent index has been around 2% for the past two years, a relatively high level. The YoY growth rate in March was 2.24%, the highest increase in the past year. Over the past decade, the average annual increase in the rent index was 1.1%. However, since July 2022, the growth has exceeded 2% and has remained at this level. DGBAS officials pointed out three main factors that contributed to the rise in rent. First, the cost of maintaining houses has increased. In recent years, the increase in residential maintenance costs has been significant, with a sharp rise of 5.8% in 2022 and increases of over 3% in 2023 and 2024. 
    2024/04/12 18:00
  • Taiwan’s young adults face record-high mortgages

    Young adults in Taiwan face record-high mortgages, with only 21% of young people in Taipei City owning homes. Rising property prices are attributed to labor and material shortages and increasing land prices. Homeownership among young people dropped to 32.2% in 2023, with Taipei and New Taipei having the lowest rates. Kaohsiung has the highest rate of young homeowners at 37.3%.
    2024/03/28 16:13
  • Taiwan youth grapples with high house prices and low wages

    Discover how Taiwan’s young population is navigating the challenging landscape of high house prices and stagnant wages, despite the country’s strong purchasing power, and the call for government action to address these issues.
    2024/03/06 08:00
  • Emotional Ko reflects on father’s wishes during debate

    Taiwan People’s Party (TPP) presidential candidate Ko Wen-je became emotional during a debate when reminiscing about his father’s wishes for him to become a hospital director. During the debate, Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) candidate Lai Ching-te accused Ko of devaluing farmland by converting it into parking lots. Ko admitted that his father had purchased the land for him but emphasized that it was intended for agricultural use, not for building a hospital. Ko expressed regret for not fulfilling his father’s expectations but defended his land purchases, stating that the focus of the debate should be Taiwan’s future rather than his personal real estate affairs.
    2023/12/30 18:40
  • Taiwan sees first real wage decline in seven years

    Taiwan’s average regular earnings for employed workers increased by 2.49% from January to October, reaching NT$45,441. However, this growth is the lowest in the past three years, with total earnings, including bonuses and other irregular income, only up by 1.53%. The average monthly real wage slightly increased by 0.06% to NT$41,370, while the average total real wage decreased by 0.87% to NT$53,960, the first decline in seven years. This decline is attributed to a decrease in year-end bonuses following a cooling economy and a decrease in exports. Despite an overall increase in employment of 10,000 workers compared to last year, the manufacturing industry saw a significant drop of 27,000 employees due to economic adjustments. In October, the average regular wage was NT$45,564, up 0.13% from the previous month and 2.31% year-on-year. Part-time workers’ average hourly regular earnings increased marginally to NT$200, reflecting a 1.01% year-on-year gain. While industries such as arts, entertainment, and leisure services, as well as real estate, experienced wage increases, sectors like computer, electronic, and optical product manufacturing saw significant decreases in total wages by 18.54%. The employment numbers in manufacturing have been impacted by export decline, with an increase of 10,000 employed workers from January to October. The industrial sector saw a decrease of 0.63%, while the service sector grew by 0.67%. Accommodation and food services experienced a growth of 13,000 jobs, arts, entertainment, and leisure services saw an upsurge of 7,000, but manufacturing was hit with a reduction of 27,000 employees.
    2023/12/12 10:17
  • Interior Ministry boosts funds for religious property law

    The Ministry of the Interior in Taiwan has announced that it will allocate NT$10 million for the implementation of the Provisional Act Governing Religious Groups Registering Real Estate in the Name of a Natural Person. This legislation aims to address issues surrounding properties acquired by religious groups but registered under individual names. Minister Lin Yu-chang made the announcement during a visit to Bali Zihuang Tianyi Zhenqing temple, emphasizing the outreach to temples across Taiwan to communicate the details of the Act. In addition, the Ministry plans to increase government subsidies for temple activities, committing an additional NT$15 million to support these communities, a significant increase from the previous annual subsidy of NT$420,000. The Department of Religious and Ceremonial Affairs, established last year, will administer these initiatives, with the new budget allocations facilitated through local governments to ensure a seamless implementation and the preservation of Taiwan’s religious landscape.
    2023/12/08 18:03
  • Taiwan sees uptick in tiny apt. amid soaring housing prices

    Tiny apartments, measuring less than 82.64 square meters (25 pings), have garnered increasing attention in Taiwan’s housing market in recent years, with recent data indicating that the ratio of tiny apartments among the total of property transactions in the first quarter of 2023 was approximately 41.9%
    2023/08/29 16:24
  • Lai Ching-te reiterates housing policies to supporters

    Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) Presidential Candidate Lai Ching-te proposed his three housing policies again at the "National Real Estate Industry Lai Ching-te Support Association" on Sunday (Aug. 27).
    2023/08/28 10:42
  • Taiwan’s finance stable amid China’s property crisis: FSC

    Taiwan’s financial sector is unlikely to be strongly impacted by the ongoing instability in China’s real estate industry, the Financial Supervisory Commission (FSC) said on Friday (Aug. 18).
    2023/08/18 23:16
  • Taiwan parents want property in elite school areas for kids

    Taiwan’s elite school districts thrive as parents invest in housing to secure education for their children. Enrollment strategies reshape housing markets around top schools.
    2023/08/17 23:31
  • Core Pacific Plaza receives ’Oscars of real estate’ awards

    Taiwan-based Core Pacific Development Corporation has celebrated a double win at the International Property Awards (IPA) for its award-winning eco-commercial building, Core Pacific Plaza in Songshan District., Taipei City.
    2023/06/07 12:53
  • Public amenities area comes at cost of smaller apartments

    People enjoy living in apartment complexes that offer nice amenities. However, in Taiwan, the larger the public amenities area, the smaller the apartment unit due to the ratio of public amenities being calculated by dividing the area of public amenities by the total area of the building.
    2023/05/11 13:38
  • Taiwan’s youth see bright future in real estate investment

    Young adults in Taipei City who aspire to purchase a home often require meticulous budget planning and sometimes rely on support from family members.
    2023/05/07 16:45
  • Taiwan laundromats see profits soar as housing prices surge

    As housing prices continue to increase and the weather changes with the seasons, laundromats are getting a second wind in Taiwan.
    2022/11/11 17:04
  • Prospective homeowners worried at soaring mortgage rates

    Rising interest rates for housing mortgages make owning a home an even more elusive dream for many Taiwanese, including Ms. Chang, an office worker and a mom of three. After being married for over ten years, her family is still unable to buy a house.
    2022/11/06 11:00
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