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Primorye authorities will spend more than one billion rubles to help deceived real estate investors - EastRussia | Far East






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Primorye authorities will send more than one billion rubles to help deceived real estate investors

The budget of Primorsky Krai provided almost 1,2 billion rubles to solve the problems of deceived co-investors. More than half of this amount will allocate to the end of the year.

Regional authorities have provided almost 590 million rubles for the recapitalization of the Corporation for the Development of Housing Region. It is she who will complete the construction of three problem objects in Vladivostok.

According to the press service of the regional administration, even more 550 million rubles will get themselves deceived shareholders. According to the new regional law, the money will be paid to the share holders of the residential complex “Sunny Valley” in the village of Trudovoe and at home in Kiparisova, 26 in Vladivostok, since they officially found cheated. This year 83 million rubles were allocated for this purpose, next year 473 million rubles will be sent to real estate investors.

Another 2,5 million rubles, the regional authorities are planning to lay in the budget for next year to provide guarantees for the completion of the “Snow Pad. Complex D ". There, the apartments under the state program "Housing for the Russian Family" could not get around 700 families.

In November, Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev announced that the Russian government would get involved in solving the problems of deceived real estate investors in Primorye. He signed a decree on the transfer of the regional administration 30 plots in Patroclus Bayso that the authorities can allocate land for housing.