Time: 11 December 2020
RIYADH: More than 300,000 Saudi families have so far benefited from the Ministry of Housing’s Sakani program, according to the ministry.
The Sakani program offers Saudi nationals access to land and residential housing across eight regions of the Kingdom through various financing solutions with the aim of enabling families to own their first home, whether through prefabricated units, under-construction builds, or self-construction.
The ministry announced that 11 projects were delivered last month for villas in Shaqra and Al-Uyaynah in Riyadh; the Al-Khorma housing project in Makkah; the Unaizah housing project in Qassim; Alkhobar, Hafr Al-Batin and Al-Ahsa in the Eastern Region; the Rafha housing project in the Northern Border Region; the Hail housing project; the Qurayyat housing project in Al-Jouf; and the Najran housing project.
The ministry also reported that 42 prefabricated housing projects providing around 14,000 residential villas have so far been completed.