Ukrainians have already reserved money for 500 housing certificates received as compensation for housing destroyed by the Russian occupiers within the framework of the “єRenewal” program. This was reported by the press service of the Ministry of Development of Communities, Territories and Infrastructure.
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Reservation of certificates
“Funds for 500 residential certificates have been reserved. In the near future, these Ukrainians will be able to spend it on new housing. Housing certificates provide compensation for the purchase of a new apartment or house if the property was completely destroyed,” the message says.
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The ministry reminded that in order to receive a housing certificate, it is necessary to: submit an application to “Die” about destroyed property; wait until the local government commission determines the amount of compensation and receives a housing certificate in the application.
After that, you need to choose new housing and book funds in “Die”. Within 5 working days you will receive confirmation in the application. Next is the termination of ownership of the destroyed housing and the execution of the purchase and sale transaction. Within 5 days, the funds will be received by the seller.
In total, Ukrainians have already submitted more than 8 thousand applications for destroyed property to “Die”. Of these, more than 2 thousand people already have generated certificates worth more than UAH 3.6 billion. More than 1.1 billion UAH have already been reserved.
As the Ministry of Finance wrote, according to Denis Shmygal, more than 20 thousand Ukrainian families have already received funds for the repair of damaged housing under the “ program єВіднівння”, the average payment is 78 thousand UAH.
On May 10, 2023, the єВідніння program was launched in Ukraine, within which owners of damaged housing began to receive compensation of up to 200 thousand UAH for repairs.