초록

Effective and transparent real estate policymaking requires scientific and objective analyses of various data. The real estate policymaking process is composed of setting up policy agenda from real-world problems, creation of alternatives, making decisions, implementation and evaluation. The process requires recent data for each step to formulate effective real estate policy but unfortunately, this is not easy due to
circumstances. First, time is required to collect required data, and worse, most of the data were created in the past while issues were ongoing. Second, precise diagnosis
of status to identify problems is impossible because there are not enough tools for evaluating how policy works and what the associated issues are. Third, real estate policy associated with complicated conflict tends to be settled in a political or top-down manner without data analysis.