Home ownership increased significantly since ABLP took office 8 years ago, Cabinet says

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Aerial view of Dredge Bay housing project back in 2017

CABINET NOTES:

The Cabinet reviewed the ownership of homes that has increased significantly since it became the government eight years ago, certain that while government agencies have built more than 1000 homes, private contractors have been very busy building homes, buildings and other projects all across Antigua and Barbuda. CLICK HERE TO JOIN OUR WHATSAPP GROUP FOR NEWS UPDATES.

The nation is experiencing a construction boom, causing building supplies to be scarce and the demand for cement and sand to exceed the amount continuously imported.

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6 COMMENTS

  1. THIS IS FACTS!! The demographics of the home owners has change… Lower income earners are now owning concrete structures and are also owners of vehicles and have access to advance health care & tertiary education, hence persons are now living a middle class life style…. THANKS TO GASTON BROWN & HIS ABLP ADMINISTRATION!!!

  2. BLUDDY JOKE, DO YOU SEE THE AMOUNT OF REPOSSESSION AND FORECLOSURES ON A DAILY BASIS IN THE NEWSPAPERS???

    ANYONE CAN TAKE A FIGURE OUT OF THE SKY!

    • @ Poverty I see two in today’s paper. Can this be considered a representative statistic?

      12 more hours and pride month is officially over. Hey Poverty – happy pride month. #LGBTQ

  3. The government likes building houses as it is not the homeowners alone benefiting. Lots of other people getting rich at government’s expense. One of the ways to most likely steal government’s money.

  4. Correct! A real HOUSING REVOLUTION under this Labour Party government.

    No wonder even Jonathan Joseph insist that we must VOTE ALP AGAIN!🚩🚩🚩🚩🚩🚩🚩🚩🚩🚩🚩

  5. Of course they did. They got them for next to nothing but lets see how many of them don’t pay their property taxes and utility bills. Then what? The same houses become derelict houses for vagrants?

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