The youth rental bonus will be financed again with 200 million euros, the same amount as this year
The housing policy will have an allocation of 992 million euros in 2023, 23% more than the 806 million this year. And that without taking into account the amount from the recovery mechanism of the European Union (EU), which amounts to 2,480 million, which represents total resources of 3,472 million euros, 5.4% more than in the Budgets of 2022.
According to the accounts presented this Thursday by the Minister of Finance, María Jesús Montero, in the General Budget project for 2023, the item that receives the most resources is the construction of social rental housing in energy-efficient buildings, endowed with 1,600 million euros. euros. In addition, subsidies for housing plans will receive 359 million, 14 more than in 2022.
Housing policy has been the subject of debate in recent days due to negotiations between the government partners. According to the Minister of Finance, these budgets could not include a new Housing Law when last year’s law is still in the parliamentary process. It includes the Youth Rental Voucher, a plan for people between 18 and 35 years of age to whom 200 million euros per year are allocated to receive aid of 250 euros per month for two years. Applicants must prove income from work and annual income of less than three times the Public Income Indicator (Iprem), which in 2023 will be 600 euros.
During the press conference, Montero acknowledged that housing continues to be a “red line” and demanded that the autonomous communities make these funds available to young people “as soon as possible” after some have not yet opened the call for apply for this young bonus in 2022.
As for the tax credits for housing, the deduction for investment in primary residence falls by 11.5% to an expense for the State of 754 million euros due to the gradual decrease since 2013, the year until which this transitory regime is maintained .
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