The Ministry of Finance makes national real property available to be in line with the social housing policy
According to the Ministry of Finance, upon the amendments to the Housing Act on January 11, 2017, in order to help the authorities engaged in construction of social housing acquire national real property as needed, it voluntarily held an introduction meeting in March to explain to the related authorities the requirements about national real estate required by government entities to meet the need for construction of social housing and the procedures regarding applications for the allocation or leasing of the same in order to help with the processing. Meanwhile, the Ministry of Finance worked with the Ministry of the Interior to promulgate the amended “Preference Regulations for Leasing and Setting Up Superficies on Government-owned Real Estate by the Private Sector to Build Public Housing” on June 26, 2017, providing that the private sector wishing to construct social housing may apply with the national property authorities for leasing or setting up superficies on national real estate to occupy public land or buildings as it needs, and may be entitled to preferential treatment about rent and superficies royalty.
The Ministry of Finance will continue to provide the various entities and private sectors with national real property pursuant to the Housing Act to help fulfill the social housing policy.
Contact person: National Property Administration, Section Chief Ting Shih-Fen
Contact No.: 02-27718121, Ext. 1621