In order to ensure access to housing for those Peruvians in a situation of economic crisis, from the Peruvian Association of Technical Entities (Apet) they demand that President Pedro Castillo mention during his presidential speech the construction of 50,000 homes for these citizens with the injection of a larger budget.
The vice president of Apet, Dévora Ramírez, explained that the Ministry of Housing, Construction and Sanitation (MVCS) is in charge of evaluating the file of the family aspiring to the bonus; Once approved, they receive the Family Housing Bonus of S/ 27,600.
“Upon receipt, a 35-square-meter house with 2 bedrooms, a dining room, a kitchen and a bathroom will be built (…) We build throughout the country, we hire people from the place where the construction is going to be done, we generate I work from the hardware store to the lady who sells the menu for the workers,” he added.
In this sense, he pointed out that the dream of a vulnerable family’s own home vanishes when the bond expires, which is why he proposes that its validity be extended for five years.
“It is for this reason that we ask the president to extend the validity of this benefit for 5 years to be able to build their houses despite the setbacks. It is very sad to have to tell the families that their benefit has expired and that they have lost the possibility of having a house made of noble materials,” he noted.