The “Sakani” program issued 1664 contracts for residential lands to the program’s beneficiaries last September, as part of its various housing and financing options to facilitate the ownership of Saudi families, in line with the objectives of the Iskan program – one of the programs of the Kingdom’s Vision 2030 – to raise the ownership rate to 70% by 2030.
“Sakani” stated in a press statement, that the lands included 333 lands in the Riyadh region, 421 lands in the Makkah region, 143 lands in the Eastern Province, 115 lands in the Jazan region, 166 lands in the Najran region, 158 in the Qassim region, and 82 Land within the Hail region, 39 lands in the Asir region, 49 lands for “residential” beneficiaries in the Al-Jawf region, 5 lands in the Al-Baha region, 23 in the Northern Borders region, 32 in the Medina region, and 98 residential lands in the Tabuk region.
The program indicated that this number is an extension of the previously handed over land to families benefiting from housing support in the cities and regions of the Kingdom, stressing that the procedures for issuing residential land contracts are continuing in all completed plans, noting that the land areas reach 500 square meters per land, and procedures can be completed. Booking and choosing the appropriate plan through the “sakani” program’s website https://sakani.housing.sa/plans-map or the “sakani” application for smartphones; The electronic portal of the “sakani” program provides a feature to preview and choose the appropriate housing scheme for the beneficiaries of residential lands according to their desires and needs, in the context of the constant endeavor to develop electronic services that help facilitate ownership.
“Sakani” offers a number of housing options and financing solutions to meet the desires and aspirations of families, including benefiting from the subsidized real estate loan for the purchase of ready-made housing units, and the purchase of housing units under construction within “sakani” projects in partnership with the private sector, in addition to benefiting from the subsidized real estate loan for self-construction. For those who own residential land.
It is noteworthy that the “sakani” program has benefited more than 145,000 Saudi families from the beginning of the year until August 2021, and the number of families who have resided in their homes has reached more than 115 thousand families, and the program seeks to enable more owners of the first home by providing various housing options and solutions that meet their aspirations and their capabilities, to achieve the objectives of the Housing Program – one of the programs of the Kingdom’s Vision 2030 -.