Conditions, Appraisal Standards and Sales Procedures of Yong'an Affordable Housing
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I. Conditions of purchase 1. Migrant workers with urban resident household registration or qualified resettlement personnel and migrant workers who have been in the city for more than one year and confirmed by the Labor and Social Security Bureau to pay the "two payments"; 2. The annual household income of the purchaser is less than three times the average annual salary income of the employees in the previous year announced by the annual statistical department of the year; 3. The applicant has not purchased any policy-oriented housing and has not received housing subsidies, and it is a household with no house, a house without a house or a per capita building area below 15m2 (including 15m2, the same below). Or their existing houses have been identified as dangerous houses by the city's urban house safety appraisal agency. 4. After 2003 (including 2003), neither party of the purchaser (couple) has any real estate transaction behavior in the secondary housing market. 5. Unmarried applicants who meet the requirements of paragraphs 1-4 of this article, and males who are 30 years of age or older, and women who are 28 years of age or older, can apply to purchase affordable housing; divorced yet remarried in accordance with paragraphs 1-4 of this article, and no minor For children, refer to the regulations for unmarried purchasers. 2. Evaluation Criteria 1. Per capita area (out of 60 points in this item) (1) Without a household, 60 points are counted; (2) For each 1m2 increase in per capita building area, the points will decrease by 2 points. (3) Construction area per capita is 15m2, 30 points are counted, and the household registration time is 25 points. According to the household registration time of the purchaser and the co-purchase, one point per person per year. 1 point for more than half a year and less than 1 year; 0.5 point for less than 6 months (including 6 months). Household registration time calculation ends on the date of publicity of the listing. This item does not exceed a maximum of 25 points. 3. Marital status (out of 15) Married purchasers: 1 point per year from the date of marriage registration, 1 point for more than half a year and less than 1 year, and 0.5 point for less than 6 months (including 6 months). Divorced remarry purchasers: Remarry without children, the marriage age is calculated from the last marriage registration; remarry with children, the marriage age is calculated from the birth of the first child; Unmarried purchasers: Males must be at least 30 years old and females must be at least 28 years old. One point is added for each additional one. Married, divorced and remarried purchasers who are over 30 years of age and female who are over 28 years of age can choose the scoring method for marriage age or unmarried purchasers. This item does not exceed 15 points. III. Sales Procedures 1. Sales units (1) Prior to the pre-sale of affordable housing, pre-sale permits shall be processed in accordance with regulations. (2) The sales unit shall publicize the approved project name, price, quantity and other related information on the main local media for a week. 2. Purchase procedures (1) Requisitioners who meet the requirements for purchases shall obtain and fill in relevant forms from the sales unit in accordance with the requirements of publicity, and provide the following materials and valid certificates, which shall be submitted by the sales (pre-) sales unit to the Municipal Housing Authority for preliminary review. A. The IDs, originals and photocopies of the applicants and co-purchasers; B. Marital status certificate issued by the marriage registration department; C. The income status certificate issued by the unit where the purchaser and the joint purchaser belong, or the income status certificate issued by the street office where the household registration is located (without occupation); D. The housing condition certificate issued by the unit where the purchaser and the joint purchaser is located or the street office where the household registration is located; E. Original and photocopy of the applicant's position, technical position or title certificate (permanent); (2) The Municipal Housing Commission Office conducts a preliminary review of the applicant's qualifications for purchases, and determines the order of purchases by qualified purchasers in accordance with the unified evaluation criteria. (3) According to the number of houses, the Municipal Housing Commission will initially determine the list of selected applicants in accordance with the purchase order, and the Municipal Real Estate Administration will publicize the list on the main local media for a week. During the publicity period, if any unit or individual has any objection to the purchaser's qualifications, they can report to the Municipal Real Estate Administration. If there is no objection after the announcement or it is found that the report is not true, the Municipal Housing Commission shall report to the Municipal Real Estate Bureau for approval to confirm the purchaser's eligibility and purchase the house in order. (4) The sales unit shall complete the roster of affordable housing for sale, and attach relevant materials such as the purchase invoice, the affordable housing approval form and the special maintenance fund payment voucher, which shall be reviewed by the Municipal Housing Commission and submitted to the Municipal Real Estate Administration for approval. The sales unit shall uniformly handle the house ownership certificate and the land use right certificate. The housing and land registration department shall, when handling ownership registration, indicate in the ownership certificate economically affordable housing, allocated land, and specify in the remarks column the areas that enjoy preferential prices and the number of areas purchased at market prices. IV. Other regulations 1. The purchasers who have obtained the qualifications for buying a house shall participate in the purchase of housing at the prescribed time and place for the purchase. If the purchaser or his agent fails to arrive at the prescribed time, it shall be deemed to have voluntarily abandoned the purchase of the house and shall be postponed to The next purchaser; when entrusting others to choose a house, they must apply for a power of attorney in advance and file it with the Municipal Real Estate Administration. 2. If the applicants who have obtained the qualification to purchase a house have the same number of points and the number of finalists exceeds the total number of houses, the last point with the same value will be determined by the lottery. 3. After determining the house number, the purchaser shall pay the house purchase price and other related expenses within the prescribed time and deposit it to the designated bank account. Those who fail to pay in due time shall be deemed to have voluntarily given up their qualifications for purchase and will be postponed to the next purchaser. 4. When calculating the per capita floor area of couples without children, it is calculated as 3; 5. Immediate relatives and homeless siblings who live with the purchaser are both urban and resident permanent residents. They can jointly apply for affordable housing, but they should provide proof of housing status when purchasing. After confirmation, they can be based on the total number of employees. The per capita floor area is calculated, but the co-applicants must be five years old before they can apply for policy purchases again. 6. Each set of high-rise residential buildings with elevators can be deducted from the pooled area of 6m2, which is not included in the excess area. The deducted portion shall be purchased by the purchaser at the benchmark price. 7. The excess of affordable housing is sold at the price of commercial housing in the same location. The price should be assessed and determined by a real estate appraisal agency with a higher quality level. The sales price of all commercial houses built within the scope of affordable housing projects should be Real estate appraisal agencies with higher qualification levels are entrusted to evaluate and determine or entrust auctions to achieve auctions; commercial or other houses that are not suitable for sale within the scope of affordable housing projects shall be recovered by the municipal government at the cost price and then managed by the municipal real estate Bureau of unified management. 8. Families who have obtained the qualifications for purchasing affordable housing, if they fail to purchase a house within one year from the date of approval, shall apply again. 9. Cadres transferred to the army and transferred by cadres at or above the municipal level, and talents introduced will not be subject to household registration time restrictions when purchasing. 10. Special situations that occur during the sale of affordable housing shall be dealt with by the Municipal Real Estate Administration in conjunction with relevant departments in accordance with the relevant national, provincial and municipal documents.