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About 100 large families in Transbaikalia will receive a subsidy for new housing

About 100 large families in Transbaikalia will receive a subsidy for new housing
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This year, more than 100 large families in the Trans-Baikal Territory will receive material support for improving housing conditions under the program “Providing affordable and comfortable housing and utilities for citizens of the Russian Federation”. 31 million rubles were allocated from the federal budget for the implementation of the project, and the regional government provided 7,7 million rubles.

“The greatest number of certificates will be received by residents of the regional capital and Duldurga region - these are the areas with the highest level of co-financing from the local budget,” said Viktor Pazdnikov, deputy chairman of the regional government. According to him, the amount of social benefits for a family of five in Chita is 926 thousand rubles, and for a family of four people - almost 741 thousand rubles. The right to receive such a payment are families recognized as needing housing and having a sufficient level of income to receive a loan or an estimated payment for the cost of housing.

Since the program was launched in 2006, 2 000 young families with many children have been able to improve their living conditions. First of all, the subsidy is given to families with three or more children. The payment covers 35% of the estimated cost of housing for young families with children.