Housing subsidy: why so many delays in the delivery of houses?

Colombia records record in delivery of housing subsidies

In colombia, 7 out of 10 VIS subsidies have been granted to families with incomes below 2 current legal monthly minimum wages (SMMLV). Likewise, according to the Ministry of Housing, more than 240 thousand subsidies have been assigned during the Duque government.

(They open a call to access housing subsidies in Bogotá).

“The President has emphasized to us the need to guarantee that every day more Colombians can access a new home through the VIS and NO VIS subsidies, of which, so far, have been assigned during this period of government more 234,000, giving priority to low-income households and families headed by women”, said the Minister of Housing, City and Territory, Susana Correa.

In fact, of the more than 224,000 VIS subsidies that have been delivered throughout the history of the Mi Casa Ya program, about 187,000 correspond to assigned VIS subsidies, which means that 8 out of 10 VIS subsidies have been delivered during the current administration.

This has been assigned by departments: Valle del Cauca (41,100 subsidies)Atlantic (32,078), Cundinamarca (28,629), Antioquia (19,057), Tolima (12,719), Santander (10,643), Bolívar (10,271), Norte de Santander (8,723), Risaralda (8,017) and Boyacá (4,854).

(Financing social proposals, challenge of the presidential candidates).

“It is hardly fair to recognize the work of local authorities, mayors and governors, in promoting housing as a dynamic axis of the economy, especially in the face of the reactivation caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. This sector employs more of a million people and moves 34 subsectors of the economy”, pointed out the Minister of Housing.

It is worth mentioning that the allocation criteria, as well as the amounts of subsidies and coverage can be consulted on the page www.minvivienda.gov.co


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