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부동산 중개제도 개선방안 연구 : 공인중개사 자격제도를 중심으로

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  • 부동산 중개제도 개선방안 연구
  • 김승종; 정희남; 천현숙
  • 국토연구원


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Title 부동산 중개제도 개선방안 연구
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공인중개사 자격제도를 중심으로

Material Type Reports
Author(Korean)

김승종; 정희남; 천현숙

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경기도:국토연구원

Date 2008-06
ISBN 978-89-8182-628-4
Pages 99
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language Korean
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Original Format pdf
Subject Industry and Technology < General
Holding 국토연구원

Abstract

The number of examinee to be a licensed real estate agent is roughly estimated at 100,000. However, the qualification system for a licensed real estate agent has had the problem that the number of the successful candidates and the ratio of successful applicants are uneven every year. It has caused the civil complaint of the licensed real estate agent exam and the depreciation of public confidence for the qualification system for a licensed real estate agent. Accordingly this research aims to suggest policy directions to raise prediction possibility for the success in the exam and public confidence for the qualification system.
The research consists of six chapters. Chapter One explains the research background and purposes in detail, along with the research scope and methodology. Chapter Two deals with the concept and the main contents of the qualification system for a licensed real estate agent. Chapter Three investigates problems in operating the qualification system for a licensed real estate agent with analyzing the conditions of numbers, opening business, and public management for a licensed real estate agent. Chapter Four compares it with several qualification systems authorized by a government agency such as a certified public accountant, a patent agent and find implications for improving qualification systems. Chapter Five considers these lessons with new policy directions drawn in previous chapters and elaborates future policy agendas. The final chapter presents the practical and policy implications of this research, along with possible avenues for future research.
This research gathers several opinions for improving the qualification system for a licensed real estate agent in symposium attended by conservative experts, learned circles and civic groups. As a result, this research comes to the conclusion that the government has to cap at least a certain number or a minimal size of successful candidates in the qualification exam for a licensed real estate agent. At the very least, It is to be hoped that this research will contribute to increase a credibility in the qualification system, decrease civil complaints, and develop the expertise of a licensed real estate agent.