Its objective is to hoard the population whose income does not exceed $ 43,842. It may be a brand new property and there must be a previous saving of 10%.
On Monday, September 1, a new call will be made by the Ministry of Housing, Territorial Planning and Environment (MVOTMA) for the acquisition of homes whose appraisal value does not exceed 2,500 UR, that is, about US $ 76,000. For these values, the current price of the resettable unit and the dollar were taken into account.
The program to access a house (which can be brand new) is intended for people living alone, couples and families between 18 and 60 whose income is between 25 and 60 UR ($ 18,267 and $ 43,842) for Montevideo and Canelones . For the rest of the country, the values are between 15 and 60 UR (from $ 10,975 to $ 43,842)
On the other hand, they can not own any other property or have benefited from any other housing plan granted by the State. They should not be in the Clearing of Reports or have embargoes of any kind.
As we saw, in the homes of Montevideo a previous saving of 10% is required and for the interior, 8% of the total value. If it were an interested person, who was between 55 and 60 years old, the savings required will be double for both cases.
The payment term is stipulated in 25 years and the annual interest will be 5%.
The call will remain open until September 30 for the departments of Montevideo, San Jose, Canelones, Artigas, Cerro Largo, Durazno, Flores, Florida, Lavalleja, Rio Negro, Rivera, Rocha, Soriano, Tacuarembó and Treinta y Tres. The registration is on 0800 46427.
If the demand were to exceed the offer, as has happened with other MVOTMA programs, a new lottery will be held.
The prices calculated in the conversions for this note were made taking into account the value of the UR for the month of August ($ 730.71).
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