Contracts on the purchase of another 81 rural houses were signed in Belgrade today, with subsidies from the Ministry of Village Care.

“The competition to subsidize the purchase of rural houses is in full swing, requests are arriving every day, we will continue to allocate the same rhythm,” said Minister of Rural Affairs Milan Krkobabic, and reminded that interested buyers have chosen 300 rural houses so far.

Among today’s signatories to the contract are 65 married and unmarried couples, seven single parents and nine young farmers. Most have lived in the community so far, but there are many who have paid a monthly rent for their roof over their heads.

So far, most requests have come from the municipalities of Backa Palanka (villages Gajdobra, Pivnice, Silbas, Obrovac and Tovarishevo) and Kikinda (Nakovo, Banatska Topola, Bashaid, Rusko selo, Idjos, Novi Kozarci), followed by the villages of Sid, Kikinda , Aleksinac, Pirot, Svilajnac, Zitoradja …

The average age of the previous applicants is 30 years, and the average price of a rural house with a garden is 1,081,159 dinars.

The funds are allocated in the order of the received applications until the funds are spent, and no later than November 1 this year.

The decree of the Government of Serbia envisages a subsidy of 1.2 million dinars as the maximum amount for the purchase of a rural house with a garden, and it is awarded to young married and unmarried couples, single parents and young farmers up to 45 years of age.

By Editor

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