The Ministry of Housing pavilion at the National Festival of Heritage and Culture (Janadriyah 32) will continue to receive visitors. The total number of visitors since the launch of the festival until yesterday, on Wednesday reached more than 38,000 visitors, during which they learned about the ministry's most prominent projects, plans and initiatives.
The Ministry of Housing Spokesman Saif bin Salem Al-Suwailem said that the Ministry's pavilion continues to receive visitors from 11 am to 11 pm to familiarize citizens and with the ministry's work and the latest developments of the projects. Observing that "Ministry's pavilion contains 12 corners for its initiatives in addition to a corner for real estate development fund. "
He pointed out that citizens can benefit from the housing subsidy by visiting the ministry's pavilion at the National Festival of Heritage and Culture "Janadriya 32" where there is a housing subsidy team around to provide them with the latest information on all new developments and answer their queries, adding: "The Ministry is keen through its participation in the festival to communicate with all citizens especially the beneficiaries of their programs, and to introduce them to the eligibility mechanism and products type , and answer all their queries related to the Ministry's projects and initiatives".
The Ministry's pavilion in the festival highlights several the Ministry's projects, plans and programs. It also provides access to the most prominent projects supervised by the Ministry. It also includes corners of the initiatives launched by the Ministry of Housing. The first phase of "sakani" program that was announced in 2017 phase, which includes the allocation of 282 thousand residential and financial products distributed throughout the Kingdom, in addition to the Ministry's intention to allocate another 300,000 during the second phase of the program.
The Ministry's pavilion had highlights the Ministry's vision and strategies, as well as models of housing projects that covers all areas of the Kingdom in various cities, governorates and its centers, whether in the form of prefabricated or under-construction units (off-plan sale) of villas, townhouses and apartments, in addition to the subsidized loans offered through the Real Estate Development Fund in partnership with banks.
The Ministry's pavilion also provides a detailed definition of the Ministry's products that take into consideration the diversity of options, as well as the eligibility criteria and the priority of granting eligible citizens who have registered in the housing subsidy portal.