Honduras: $25 million for Social Housing

Through a trust the government will provide financing for the purchase of middle class housing, in local currency and at a rate of 8.7%.

Thursday, April 12, 2018

From a statement issued by Coalianza:

Tegucigalpa, April 9. With an amount of 600 million lempiras (around $25 million) and to benefit 2,000 Honduran families, the government today announced a trust that will have a special focus on guaranteeing access to housing for the middle class.

The purpose of the trust, signed in the Presidential House by government authorities, is to provide an incentive to families whose income exceeds four minimum wages and who historically were excluded from housing benefit. 

With this agreement of understanding, it is planned to benefit 2,000 Honduran middle class families by the end of 2018.

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