Eghtesadnews: مسکن As shown by housing and construction statistics in the summer of 2009; The largest area of real estate in Tehran is related to real estate and buildings of 50 to 75 meters with 971 thousand and 124.
According to Eghtesadnews, quoting the city, a review of the statistics available on the Tehran Municipality website shows the condition of buildings and property in Tehran until the summer of 2009, 2 million 508 thousand 358 apartment units and 359 thousand 318 non-apartment units in the capital. There is. Among the residential and real estate units in the city of Tehran, 1,431,077 are real estate (49%) and 1,207,679 are rental units.
As the statistics of housing and construction in the summer of 2009 have shown; The largest area of real estate in Tehran is related to real estate and buildings of 50 to 75 meters with 971 thousand and 124. After that, the highest frequency of the area is related to the properties of 81 to 100 with the number of 554 thousand and 524 and the properties of 101 to 150 meters with the number of 546 thousand and 419.
For the past two decades, due to economic and urban lifestyle reasons, the tendency to buy residential units less than 100 meters in Tehran has increased day by day, so much so that construction activists, especially in the middle areas of the city, buy large properties and Turning them into apartments with large but small units helped to create more interest in the citizens. The latest figures from the central bank show that small-scale, less than 60-meter units have grown by about 17 percent in the past three years. In 1397, statistics were published by the Central Bank which showed; 20% of the population of Tehran live in suburban areas and 40% of Tehran households are below the housing poverty line. The figures, according to Tehran city officials, show that the housing issue in Tehran has been moved out of the city instead of being resolved in Tehran itself.
Following these events, the plan to build small-scale houses was once again raised by government officials. Earlier, in 2009, the Association of Mass Builders proposed the construction of 25-meter houses to be built in the central areas of the capital. An offer that came to no end without opposition or approval.