Housing Authority selling properties in 13 localities

The Housing Authority said today it is putting up for sale 108 apartments and nine maisonettes in 13 localities, as well as a number of garages.

The properties will be sold in shell form, semi-finished or finished and the prices will be subsidised.

The apartments are located at Bugibba, Burmarrad, Kirkop, Marsaxlokk, Mriehel, Mtarfa, Naxxar, Pembroke, Qawra, Qrendi, Tarxien, Zebbug and Zurrieq while the maisonettes are in Mgarr, Mtarfa and Tarxien.

Eighty of the apartments have three bedrooms and 33 are two-bedroomed.

Education and Social Policy Minister Dolores Cristina and Housing Authority chairman Charles Borg said the Authority was seeking to cater for people with different needs, including single parents and people with disabilities, as well as young married and engaged couples and single persons aged over 21.

The average price for the three-bedroomed apartments is €83,000.while the three bedroomed maisonettes will sell for an average of €92,000.

The sale is open for all those who earn less than €35,000 annually and have assets of less than €40,000.

The properties will be open for viewing this weekend and the following between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m.

Mrs Cristina also referred to other schemes managed by the Housing Authority, pointing out that last year it helped 417 people to repair or finish their first residence. 204 apartments were allocated to people needing alternative accommodation.The authority had also helped in the installation of lifts in housing blocks.

Further information on the properties for sale can be found at the housing authority website


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