According to Tejarat News, the director general of the Housing Economics Office announced: It was approved by the Supreme Housing Council not to bring in the first to third deciles covered by the Relief and Welfare Committee.
Ms. Parvaneh Aslani, Director General of the Housing Economics Office, said: “In the plan of the National Housing Movement, there is a difference between different income deciles.” These differences are in terms of the facility ceiling, and the interest rate on the facility and the grants that are given to the applicants.
The Director General of the Housing Economics Office explained: The difference between the cost of housing and facilities is brought by the applicants.
He added: “Processes have been observed for one to three deciles.” First, with the memorandums we signed, support agencies and institutions came to the aid of the Ministry of Roads and Urban Development to help build low-income housing.
Aslani added: “The High Housing Council approved that the first to third deciles, which are covered by the Relief and Welfare Committee, should not be brought at first, and with the support that is being provided, the construction work should be accelerated.” Also, regarding the facilities of these groups, it was approved to pay 20% of the bank facilities at the beginning of the work.
He continued: For other support for low-income deciles, the Ministry of Roads and Urban Development has received grants from the National Housing Fund for these deciles and other deciles. Because now up to the fifth and sixth deciles need support.
The director general of the Housing Economics Office of the Ministry of Roads and Urban Development added: The first to third deciles do not pay the initial income in the National Housing Movement plan, and the rest of the people should have 40 million initial income and bring their income during the construction period which is 2 to 3 years. To complete.
Emphasizing that there is no ambiguity about the cost and what the applicants have brought, he said: “Currently, the applicants have brought between 300 and 350 million Tomans, and at the beginning of last year, the cost of the National Housing Movement was between 200 and 250.” One million tomans was met. Currently, this price increase has affected the cost of housing.
Aslani stressed: If the price of construction materials is not controlled and wages increase, it will affect the cost of housing. Mehr Housing was criticized for not having the necessary quality because the units were built at a fixed price, while in the National Housing Movement plan, the construction price is not fixed but the cost is calculated.