Cancellation of the validity of the issuance method next Sunday in the real estate registration
A dispute between the Housing Fund and the Iraq Gate deprives citizens of buying apartments
Baghdad - Qusay Munzer
Citizens appealed to Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi to intervene to end the housing fund's freezing of transactions to obtain a loan to purchase apartments in the Iraq Gate complex, as a result of a dispute between the complex's management and the National Investment Authority. And they confirmed in conversations with (Al-Zaman) yesterday that they (submitted their transactions to the fund immediately after signing the purchase contract, and paid the necessary installments, but they were surprised that the fund did not accept the promotion of loan transactions to pay the last payment to the complex’s management for reasons and disputes with the Investment Authority). The Director General of the Fund had promised to settle this dispute, which caused the deprivation of citizens of their rights, but the situation remained the same two years ago. Meanwhile, the Fund, which is affiliated with the Ministry of Construction, Housing and Public Municipalities, decided to cancel the validity of the transaction.
In addition, Rafidain Bank launched a new batch of pensioners' advances, starting from five million to 25 million dinars. A statement by the bank, received by (Al-Zaman) yesterday, said that (a new batch of retired advances was launched, which starts from 5 million dinars to 25 million dinars, after completing the grant procedures in accordance with the controls and instructions), and indicated that (submission to the advances is through the bank’s branches located in Baghdad and the provinces), and the statement explained that (the branches are still continuing to receive requests for promotional transactions for advances to employees, contracts, members of the security forces and retirees). In turn, the Central Bank disclosed the size of its initiative to support the sectors of agriculture, industry, renewable energy and housing.
He said in a statement received by (Al-Zaman) yesterday that (the Central Bank is working to organize the relationship with the departments concerned with receiving financial fees from the auditors through electronic payment cards and through points of sale or OS) in the markets, malls and sales centers in the private sector, stressing (the project owner's desire to contract with A specific bank and working with point-of-sale devices instead of cash), noting that (it has raised the volume of its initiatives in all industrial, agricultural, renewable energy and housing sectors from 6 trillion dinars in 2015 to 18 trillion dinars in 2021). The bank also decided earlier, setting the ceiling of the sukuk at one hundred thousand dollars in foreign currency and 250 million dinars in the local currency.