Living in a public rental car driving a driver's car is still too expensive 195 yuan parking fee is really greedy

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Living in a public rental car driving a driver's car is still too expensive 195 yuan parking fee is really greedy

In recent days, Kunming Public Housing Community Pratt & Whitney Park posted a notice to charge the tenants monthly parking fees for each vehicle 195. Some residents reported that if this price is converted into a price calculated in square meters, the unit price is more expensive than the rent. (5month7Day Workers' Daily)

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The cost of parking spaces is calculated and the price per square meter is higher than the price per square meter of public rental housing. To be tall, such a title is indeed attractive enough to make people feel that this directly deviates from the public welfare that public rental housing should have. However, after thinking calmly down, the rent for residential parking spaces is even higher than the rent, which does not deviate from public welfare.

First of all, compared to the number of housing, the supporting parking spaces in the community are actually scarce resources. Because the community can not make a parking space for each house. Therefore, regardless of whether it is a public rental housing estate or a commercial housing estate of various grades, if the price is calculated in such a ridiculous manner as the price of square meters, the selling price and rent of the residential parking space will be higher than the sales price and rent of the housing. This is a common phenomenon. Phenomenon is a normal market phenomenon, which is determined by the law of value.

Living in a public rental car driving a driver's car is still too expensive 195 yuan parking fee is really greedy

Second, public rental housing for cities The low- and middle-income group, whose public welfare is its essential attribute, cannot be changed at any time. This is beyond doubt. However, there is an essential difference between parking spaces in public rental housing and public rental housing. "Residential home ownership" is a necessity of life and it is a rigid demand. This is the basic condition for protecting the residents' lives. In the automobile era today, it is true that cars have already flown into the homes of ordinary people. However, private cars do not belong to the necessities of life at all. They still belong to a luxury product. This determines that even if it is a public rental housing estate, the operation and management mode of parking spaces cannot be compared to the housing mode of public rental housing. The former adopts market-oriented operation and there is noFaults have not harmed the public welfare of public rental housing. What's more, many residents of public rental housing do not use parking spaces. If parking spaces are rented too cheaply, it is essentially a kind of “robbing the poor” and harming the legitimate rights and interests of car residents.

Living in a public rental car driving a driver's car is still too expensive 195 yuan parking fee is really greedy

Furthermore, the residents of public rental housing have purchased small Cars, not necessarily luxury cars, may just be ordinary scooter. However, even if it is an ordinary scooter, the annual maintenance cost is no less than 10,000 yuan, which far exceeds the parking space rental price that needs to be paid. When a public rental community resident can afford a car as a luxury item, he can afford a car, but he can't afford to pay a monthly fee of no more than 200yuan. >200Yuan's parking fees are too expensive, which is really unconvincing. On the contrary, many people may have a doubt that people who can't afford a car and can't afford a car can compare with those in a city. Those who drive a car to live in a public rental housing estate have no qualification for public rental housing. Community? Do they belong to the low-income urban population?

Overall, housing is a necessity, and public rental housing for low- and middle-income people must maintain its public welfare. However, automobiles do not belong to necessities of life. Parking spaces cannot operate in accordance with the public welfare model. They should adopt a market-oriented and commercialized model to avoid the appearance of poverty and wealth.