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First phase of registration for applications for access to centrality in Cunene started this Tuesday

This Tuesday, the first phase of registration for applications for access to the 484 houses in the centrality 'Dom Fernando Guimarães Kevano', located in the province of Cunene, started. This phase, which will run until next Friday, September 9, is aimed at public and private entities, while the second phase of applications, still undecided, will be reserved for the general public.


Ezequias Valungameka, spokesperson for the housing access commission, in statements to Angop, explained that at this stage - which will give priority to young people, ex-combatants and veterans of the country, as well as people with disabilities - 339 houses are destined.

Without giving any dates, the official also clarified that the second stage of applications will be aimed at the general public, starting on the site and deadline to be communicated, and candidates must not have residences built with public money.

In addition, the second phase will also cover the 72 commercial stores, writes Angop.

He also took the opportunity to explain that the form of payment should change depending on the competitors' income.

Thus, the resolvable property modality will be intended for candidates with a minimum income of around 122.475 kwanzas and a monthly payment of 31.000 kwanzas over 30 years, while for people with a maximum income of 122.475 kwanzas and monthly payment of around 12.503 kwanzas, in 30 years, is reserved for leasing, writes Angop.

There is also the possibility of a single payment. Those interested in this modality will have to pay the approximate amount of seven million kwanzas, being able to make the payment in two installments (3.792.584 kwanzas the first time and pay the remainder for five years, with a slice per year in the amount of 758.516 kwanzas).

It is recalled that the first 484 houses of this which is the first centrality of Cunene were inaugurated in July.


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