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Russians living in dilapidated and dilapidated houses want to be allowed to relocate through mortgages

Russians living in dilapidated and dilapidated houses want to be allowed to relocate through mortgages

Russians living in dilapidated and dilapidated houses want to be allowed to relocate through mortgages. The first installment for it should be paid by the Housing and Utilities Reform Support Fund, and the rate itself should not exceed 3% per annum. Such an amendment to the government bill "On Amendments to the Housing Code" was prepared by the State Duma Committee on Budget. As Izvestia found out, the proposal has already been sent to recall Vitaly Mutko, deputy prime minister of the cabinet. Ready to support him in "Fair Russia" and the Liberal Democratic Party. The Communist Party of the Russian Federation wants to first study the proposal in detail, doubting that citizens have money for a mortgage.

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A member of the State Duma budget committee, United Russia Dmitry Yurkov proposed amending a government bill passed in first reading on November 14. In his address to the Deputy Prime Minister of the Government of the Russian Federation Vitaly Mutko (Izvestia has it at his disposal), he reports that one of the promising forms of assistance to residents of emergency homes could be the provision of subsidies on mortgages.

“The most important thing is that citizens will be able to move into new apartments immediately, bypassing living in a maneuverable fund and other difficulties,” the document says.

The text says: today, mostly poor people are forced to live in emergency housing. Therefore, the massive provision of mortgage loans to them under general conditions is excluded. “However, the situation could have changed radically if the Housing and Utility Sector Reform Support Fund had committed itself to making an initial contribution and a significant portion of recurring payments,” the document says. The point is that, at the expense of the fund, the annual mortgage rate for such Russians should be no more than 3% per annum. And the cost of the mortgage was limited: after paying a monthly contribution to the family, there should be at least two minimum living wages.ó-bbc099f26f7fñé-e90d62f61d7fñé-db03a30443aa

If this is a voluntary additional function that citizens can use to solve the problem of resettlement, then this, of course, deserves support. I faced with such situations in the Arkhangelsk region, there are thousands of families who had judicial decisions on recognizing their homes as emergency but lived and continue to live in inhuman conditions, Yaroslav Nilov, deputy chairman of the LDPR faction in the State Duma, told Izvestia.

But in the Communist Party they want to first carefully study the initiative.

- I am not familiar with this amendment yet. What kind of mortgage can there be if the Russians have no money other than to pay for utilities and buy food? - said to Izvestia the first deputy chairman of the Communist faction Nikolai Kolomeytsev.

The secretariat of Vitaliy Mutko told Izvestia that the bill, which was proposed to be amended, would soon be considered in the second reading, and now it is being worked out by the relevant committee. “The request has not yet been considered,” the agency explained.

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