The Homes that Honduras Needs

The housing deficit in the country is estimated at 1.2 million, with the difficulty faced by developers in obtaining financing having become one of the main obstacles.

Monday, June 12, 2017

Representatives from the association of civil engineers believe that in order to solve the problem of homelessness in the country, 45 thousand units need to be built every year for the next 20 years. Of these 45 thousand, 35 thousand will be to cover part of the existing deficit and the rest to meet the new demand that is emerging.

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Martin Mayorquín, president of the College of Civil Engineers in Honduras, explained to Laprensa.hn that "... within that figure, 700,000 are new homes and 500,000 are buildings that require renovation in order to be habitable."

"... Juan Carlos Sikaffy, vice president of the Honduran Chamber of Construction Industry (Chico), is more measured and explains that the construction of 15 thousand to 20 thousand houses for the next 15 years will be enough to reduce the backlog. "This can only be achieved if the Framework Law of the Housing Sector is approved, which is a new initiative put forward by President Hernandez ... which will be sent to the National Congress very soon."


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