The new Minister of Development and Technology, Krzysztof Hetman, announced on TVN24 that he would like to slightly modify the “Safe 2% Credit” program to make it open to a larger number of our compatriots. The minister did not rule out that the interest rate in the program would be reduced.
The new Minister of Development and Technology Krzysztof Hetman was a guest of today’s “Piasecki’s Interview” on TVN24. One of the topics of the conversation were issues related to housing, for which this ministry is responsible. Hetman admitted that he started his first day of work with talks on this topic, because, as he emphasized, ” Media reports that the money for the 2% Safe Loan have practically run out have been confirmed. The minister emphasized that although the program is scheduled for 2023-2024, “it could be closed” at the beginning of the new year. Hetman announced that his ministry would propose continuing the program for now.
Hetman on the continuation of the “Safe 2% loan”
– We will come up with a proposal to continue this program, and if this program is continued at the beginning of next year, we will implement a more comprehensive program that will affect not only the demand market, but also the supply market – said the head of the Ministry of Development and Technology.
The TVN24 guest announced that he would like to slightly modify the 2% Safe Credit “so that it is open to a larger number of our compatriots”. – Maybe it will be possible to make it cheaper without causing any costs to the state budget – Hetman said.
Will the interest rate be reduced?
When asked whether the interest rate on the “Safe Loan” would be reduced, the new minister replied: – We’ll see, it’s a matter of analysis when it comes to the state budget. It may even be smaller. Between 0 and 2 percent
However, Hetman did not answer whether the interest rate in the “Safe Credit” will be reduced to 0 percent. – We’re working on it right now. There is no answer because I need to see the analysis of the impact on the state budget and only then I will be able to answer specifically – emphasized the Minister of Development and Technology.