13th of January, 2022. Georgetown, Guyana, South AmericaLast updated: January 13, 2022 at 14:06 pm
Inadequate housing and fruitless rent is quickly becoming a thing of the past in Guyana, South America as the Ministry of Housing and Water embarks on a project to put adequate roofs over the heads of all Guyanese. Now, Guyanese can own their own homes and concentrate on more important things like their jobs, businesses, and careers.
Previously, working professionals found it challenging to acquire their own homes or work out of area due to the high and impractical cost of rent. And it is this discouraging and counter-productive system that the government is fighting against with its recently launched nationwide housing programme.
The turnkey housing programme was actually conceptualized by President Irfaan Ali who is now giving the project his full support. Now it’s possible to own a beautiful two-bedroom upper flat concrete structure like the one shown above for $7.5 million one-time payment or $35,000 monthly through Republic Bank Financing.
These beautiful turnkey homes which come in different prices and styles is part of the government’s manifesto to improve the living standards of Guyanese. Presently, over 1000 homes are being built across Guyana to accommodate Guyanese of different earning capacities.
For more information on how you can become the owner of your own home through the government’s housing programme, contact the Ministry of Housing and Water via their website.