The young bonus leaves the tenants of the big cities out: only 1.4% of the offer of Low Madrid of 600 euros and 0.95% in Barcelona

In the absence of housing law, the government took out all its pyrotechnics in the announcement of the young bonus to facilitate the rental to young people betw

The young bonus leaves the tenants of the big cities out: only 1.4% of the offer of Low Madrid of 600 euros and 0.95% in Barcelona

In the absence of housing law, the government took out all its pyrotechnics in the announcement of the young bonus to facilitate the rental to young people between 18 and 35 years old. The measure approved in the Council of Ministers contemplates a monthly aid of 250 euros to those tenants whose annual revenues do not exceed the IREM three times (equivalent to 24,318 euros) and also establishes limit income that, in practice, leave out to Most of the real estate park of the most stressed cities.

The bonus is contemplated for those who live in floors of up to 600 euros (or up to 900 euros, if the autonomous community decides to raise that limit). In addition, those who rent a room for a maximum of 300 euros (or up to 450 euros if the communities are decided) they can also opt for the bonus.

The data show, however, that a tiny part of the rental homes in the large cities is below those levels or, which is the same, that a large part of the tenants will stay, in practice, out of The possibility of opting for aid.

In Madrid, only 1.43% of all the current lease offer is below 600 euros per month and only 4.82% of rental contracts have been signed in the last 12 months are adjusted to that Criterion, according to the data collected for the world by Fragu by Atlas Real Estate Analytics. If the Madrid community agreed to raise the limit up to 900 euros, the data aim that 28.46%, fits into that criterion and that only one third (32.5%) of the contracts sealed in the last year did not exceed That income.

X-ray is more severe in Barcelona, despite the fact that the law that limits leases came into force rather a year ago. In the Ciudad Condal, only 0.95% of the current offer does not exceed 600 euros of monthly income, while in the last year just 2.1% of the signed contracts fulfilled that requirement. Taking a reference the 900 euros, in Barcelona, 20.58% of the homes offered for rent will be adjusted at this time, while in the last year just 24.83% of the signed contracts did not exceed that figure.

Palma, another of the most stressed cities in the rental market, has only 1.02% of the current offer below 600 euros, according to Fragua by Atlas Real Estate Analytics for the world, and in the last Year only 2.98% of closed contracts were adjusted to that income. Again, opening the focus until the monthly 900 euros, 24.65% of its current offer is adjusted to that criterion, and 40.5% of the rubbed contracts in the last year, too.

The trend is repeated in other large cities with tension in the rental market. In Valencia, for example, only 4.11% of lease homes remain below 600 euros, although the percentage rises up to 49.3% if 900 euros are taken as reference; In Seville, just 12% of the offer does not exceed the limit of 600 euros and in Malaga, the percentage brushes 15%.

The bonus is not a sufficient measure to address the base problems of the market, which are fundamentally the lack of supply and legal uncertainty

The figures guarantee doubts from different parts of the sector on the efficiency of the young bonus lighting by the executive. "We value in a positive way the Government's intention, but the bonus is not a sufficient measure to address the basic problems of the market, which are mainly the lack of supply and legal uncertainty," says José María Alfaro, General Coordinator of the Federation National Real Estate Associations (FAI). "We believe that the bonus will leave aside many tenants, both for the limits imposed on income and by the age limit it establishes," he adds.

According to Statista, the Spaniards become independent from average at age 29, three years above the European average (26.4) and, in Alfaro's trial, limiting the 35-year-old bonus leaves many people with older They also face difficulties to pay their rents. "It should be more flexible," he kills him.

Criticisms in this and other senses also arrive from the Council of Youth of Spain (CJE), for whom the bonus is "a measure of propaganda, but insufficient", in the words of its vice president, Margarita Guerrero. "The quantity budgeted [200 million this year and another 200 million the next] will barely reach 1.7% of the 2.8 million emancipated young people in Spain, a very small percentage," she says.

In his opinion, it is also a measure "erratic, because it supposes the transfer of public money to the owners and because there is a certain risk that they move those aid at prices and rentals. That is, the bonus will not help the true goal , which is to facilitate the access of young people to housing, "he says in conversation with this newspaper. "It's a bizum to the homemade," he wrote yesterday the leader of the most country, Íñigo Errejón, on Twitter.

There are different aids that are accessed in different ways and they are flapping us at a bureaucratic yinca in order to access them

From the risk of price increase, Francisco Iñaroya also warns, spokesman for the idealist realistic portal, who remembers that "direct help (and this is something that have been demonstrated to us above) has the main consequence the direct increase in prices and the generation of Serious discrimination on tenants with salaries slightly superior to these, which will have to increase their effort on a price rise scenario. "

At the risk of an increase in prices, the bureaucratic component is added. The Government must now negotiate with the CCAA the criteria for the distribution through a sectoral conference that must still be called. The lack of precision of territorial transfers make it difficult to know which part of the population will finally benefit from the proposals. "The communities have to end up managing something that is legislated at the national level and that aid will come efficiently depend on how those autonomies adapt the norm," explains José María Alfaro.

In this line, Margarita Guerrero, of the CJE, agrees that "a part of the help will depend on how the autonomous communities are managed, but it is given the situation that there are different aids that are accessed in different ways and they are flapping us A bureaucratic yinca in order to access them. "

Date Of Update: 19 January 2022, 01:38

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