The “Bismarck Martínez” Social Interest Housing Program began the construction of the second Villa Flor de Pino urbanization, in District VI, the housing complex will be located between Monte Fresco and Santa Elena.
The earthworks are 60 percent complete and the houses will have a construction area of 58 square meters, this was announced by the Secretary General of the Capital Commune, Fidel Moreno Briones.
“We are in District VI, in the Villa Flor de Pino urbanization adjacent to Monte Fresco, where this new development of the Bismarck Martínez Program is being built, for a year we have worked on the levels, we made a significant fill to prevent flooding and we are starting the pipeline works for drinking water, sanitary water, which are 25 percent complete, we are building a well and a water tank, we have already done the water tests and we are building the treatment plant ”.
Moreno explained that Villa Flor de Pino will have 817 homes and that the goal is for them to be completed by December.
"We started the construction of the first 120 houses, these have an area of 58 square meters, the model is the same as the Bismarck Martínez Program, in this area we are going to build 817 houses, we hope by December we will have completed the 817 to be able to go advanced and complete the first three thousand houses of the program in the remainder of the year, with this progress we could be delivering between 150 and 200 houses per month ”, stated Moreno.
The Government of Commander Daniel and Compañera Rosario at the head of this emblematic project in conjunction with the Mayor's Office of Managua, have guaranteed all the necessary subsidies for this humanist project to be a reality, for families that do not have access to housing programs. and that they have patiently waited and trusted the Sandinista Front.
The real value of a home from the Bismarck Martínez Program is between 16 thousand and 17 thousand dollars, the beneficiary families will pay 8 thousand dollars in 25 years, thanks to the political will of the National Government in creating the conditions for the subsidy.
The fees to purchase the homes range from $ 40 to $ 60 over a 25-year term. The value of the monthly payment will depend on the size of the lot, which measures between 150 and 160 square meters. Currently, the Bismarck Martínez Program is also building two more urbanizations: Villa Esperanza and Caminos del Río.