The government's #naStart loan project is facing opposition from the Left and Poland 2050 clubs. They fear the loan will drive up housing prices. The Left argues for a focus on social housing reform, while Poland 2050 believes the loan's mechanism will increase prices.

The #naStart loan, replacing the family housing loan and the "Safe 2% loan," will be available for at least 15 years with a fixed interest rate for 60 months, covering the first 120 installments. Income and age restrictions apply, with a limit of 15,000 applications per quarter. Previous government loan programs have led to significant housing price increases and reduced availability.

(300gospodarka.pl)


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