Cash releases more than R $ 8,7 billion for the mortgage

With this supplementation, Caixa says it will have sufficient resources to normalize the pace of signings of Minha Casa, My life.
07/11/2017 17h47 - Updated 7/11/2017 17h47
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The Federal Savings Bank announced the additional release of more than R $ 8,7 billion for the mortgage. Resources are the Length of Service Guarantee Fund (FGTS). With this supplementation, Caixa says it will have sufficient resources to normalize the pace of signings of Minha Casa, My life for families with gross monthly household income of up to R $ 4 one thousand.

in a statement, the bank also reported that contracts would be finalized by the agencies before the new measures to reduce quotas, whose percentage of funding could reach up 80%, will conditions maintained and extended to the end of the month. There were customer complaints that housing credit agreements, even with approved funding letter, They were stopped due to lack of resources.

"Evaluations of real estate as collateral to individual credit that had expired its validity during the transition period will be automatically renewed until the end of the year, ensuring continuity of financing ", He added the bank, in a statement. In September, Box reduced to 50% of property value the funding ceiling.

The bank said it adopted the monthly budget execution strategy for all lines of mortgage, "In order to meet the annual budget available until December". Second Box, new property signings conditions unchanged, remaining until the funding quotas 80%. "This measure has aimed to keep warm the construction industry of the country, responsible for generating employment and income ", note highlights.

The bank also said that the signing of mortgages this year is about 20% higher than the same period last year. Box lent more than US $ 72,4 billion to date in all its forms of mortgage.

Kelly Oliveira – Agency Brazil


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