Saudi Arabia will cover the VAT costs of buying new houses for its citizens, including those who previously owned houses, but sold them without benefiting from the tax exemption initiative, according to local Arabic paper Okaz.
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The initiative will now include all Saudi citizens who sold their homes before or after the issuance of the royal decree, provided they do not own any housing during the registration period (as per the portal on the Ministry of Housing’s website) and had not previously benefited from the initiative.
This included 36,910 exemptions for the ministry’s beneficiaries, 9,095 exemptions to the Real Estate Development Fund’s (REDF) beneficiaries and 12,790 to others.
Saudi real estate loan disbursements to individuals rose by 16 percent in 2018 as government incentives to boost home ownership among citizens drove increased lending.
One of the popular initiatives, Sakani II, launched by the Real Estate Development Fund(REDF) along with the ministry of housing, aims to deliver 300,000 housing and financing products in Saudi Arabia.
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