home Equity in a cooperative is to compare with a fortune.
- Therefore - when a citizen is applying for cash assistance - is it according to the law, the municipality's duty to assess whether the citizen can taken out a loan in the evs. home equity.
- If the equity is significant – and if it is a specific assessment from case to case – being the citizen referred to the bank to see if they can get a loan instead of cash benefits.
How to writing center director in the Copenhagen Municipality Ydelsesservice, Dorthe Vang Kristensen to the nation!, on behalf of Jan and Yrsa have asked how it can be that citizens with firværdi in their cooperative suddenly get to know that they have to take loans.
- Get the citizen refusal from the bank, the municipality will, a year later, again need to assess whether there is an opportunity now to take out a loan.
In the meantime, the citizen, of course, get cash write ydelseschefen, who estimates that more than 100 locals get the kind of 'you have a fortune in your home, take out a loan'-letter, each and every year. And it is quite fair, showing the vote, which is currently more than 87,000 eb.dk readers has participated in.
- of Course you can't get cash assistance when you have a large fortune in his place, writes the nation! Peee with regard to the Yrsa, who is 60 years old and lives in an apartment, she bought 220.000, and which today can be sold for 800.000. And it is CrimsonKing agree:
- She has the values for 800.000 dollars. It is more than most.
- So, yes, it is reasonable that she needs to support themselves with the profits she has had on the dwelling.
the nation's! Lars AA is one of those who have answered 'no' to the municipality may refuse to provide cash benefits to the andelsboligejere:
honestly, is it okay to send an old lady/man out of the bottomless debt by letting her get a consumer loans ?????.
- They may well sit inside of the castle and the keep-a-half years of holidays(4 months of summer holidays and christmas,new year and winter holidays) to the comfortable 60000 dollars per month, but they will damn well not be asked to take the loans in their brick, though they are actually on welfare, half of the year, writes Lars.