The employed and the unemployed struggling to pay their rent or meet their mortgage payments in the face of the crisis of the sars coronavirus will be entitled to an aid of 150 euros paid per Share Housing, announced on Thursday 11 June 2020 this organization is managed by the companies. It will be "a flat-rate aid in the amount of 150 euros monthly, for a maximum period of two months," commented a joint press release between Action-Housing and the ministry of Housing, indicating that it may not be a household.
Action Housing is a gigantic entity managed jointly by employers and unions. It comes frequently in the reinforcement of the government's policy on housing, notably with the announcement in 2019 of a plan of 9 billion euros. In connection with the minister of Housing, Julien Denormandie, the entity has this time mobilised € 100 million for this new support which will affect occupants of social HOUSING, tenants in the private and owners in the process of repaying their loans.
Justify a loss of at least 15% of its revenues
To qualify, you must be an employee of the private or unemployed, and meet a number of conditions, in the first place not to win in normal time over a smic and a half. Then, it is necessary to justify, in respect of the employees, to have lost at least 15% of its revenues because of the containment measures put in place from mid-march against the coronavirus.
This assistance, which is not strictly speaking public, since it is not paid by the State, is the first to be directly related to the housing since the beginning of the crisis. The government has, however, already put in place systems aimed at the widest, the most emblematic is the support by the State of partial unemployment for several months. "This new support will complement all these measures," said Julien Denormandie in the press release, citing also the emergency assistance, launched in may to households in the most precarious.Date Of Update: 11 June 2020, 12:33