Wed, 22 Jan 2020 13:20 - Updated Wed, 22 Jan 2020 13:20
More than 2,000 houses for sale in Zango 5 housing project
Luanda - A total of 2,390 homes (30%) out of an overall 7,964 located at Zango 5 housing scheme will be available for sale as from January 27, the secretary of State for Hosing, Joaquim Silvestre, announced last Tuesday in Luanda.
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Zango 5 housing scheme
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The official, who was speaking at the launch of the internet portal for the houses sale, said that residences for two of the three customer groups have already been sold, namely for public servants, corresponding to 40%, large public and private companies corresponding to 30%.
The homes that will be made available this time, he added, is aimed for individual persons, which corresponds to 30%.
Retired and pensioners, whose income is compatible with the value of the monthly installments or rents of the houses, are eligible to these housing projects as well.
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