Soro focuses on tourism and social housing its 2017 Budget, which grows more than 11 percent

He stressed that his Department is more than double the average and has recognized that it is the “possible budget” to add that these accounts “confirm the commitment to structuring, tourism, mobility, and housing policies.”

The budget for Housing and Rehabilitation will reach 31.2 million euros, explained Soro, indicating that in these last two years it has increased by 30 percent. The social management of the housing will include the management of the patrimonial houses and those granted by banking entities, the management of the Social Housing Housing Stock Exchange and will continue to try to eradicate the shanty towns in Zaragoza, Huesca, Jaca and Épila (100,000 euros ) and aid to tenants who are in a situation of vulnerability.

As a novelty, it will promote a housing rehabilitation program in rural areas, co-financed with FEDER funds and endowed with a total of 2,025,996 euros, since single-family homes, common in the

small municipalities, do not enter the state plan. The program for families with access difficulties to credit for energy efficiency is also new, providing a million euros subsidizing interest that will be used to raise loans for 35 million euros.

It also includes the provision of the State Housing Plan, extended this year, with a total amount, between both administrations, of 17,131,052 euros. Soro has indicated that the work will focus on “rehabilitation, with 10 million euros, and aid to tenants, with 7 million euros.”



The General Directorate of Mobility and Infrastructure this year has 9.3 million euros more, to reach 79.3 million. The conservation of roads is prioritized so that a total of 10.6 million euros is allocated in 2017, “to improve road safety and avoid the loss of heritage value of our roads”, Soro said. With this budget, the writing of the informative study of the Chodes variant begins and specific investments will be made in certain bridges and crossings.

Soro has announced that these budgets include items to complete the works with current annuity on the A-125 (Ejea-limit with Navarra), A-131 (Sena-Sariñena and San Lorenzo de Flumen-Venta de Ballerías), A-220 ( La Almunia-Cariñena) and a budget is recovered for works that could not be carried out in 2016, such as the crossing of Barbastro and the crossing of crossings in Monzón.

A package of 5.3 million euros will be launched for extraordinary conservation that will be used for road reinforcements in different stretches of roads: A-202, A-1503, A-1605, A-1205, A-221 (Gúdar -Allepuz), A-1234 (Fraga-Zaidin), A-1606, A-1236, A-1511, A-1701 (Nogueruela-Linares de Mora), A-2302 and, among them, 1.3 million euros , which were foreseen in FITE 2016 but which are taken to the 2017 budget, for the A-1701, A-1409, A-1702.

In addition, the investment in the cross-border crossings of Bielsa-Aragnouet (1.2 million) and Espacio Portalet (175,000) and in the work of the Transpirenaica Foundation (275,000 euros) is maintained. The credit that goes to the tolls bonus is increased in the AP-2, with 2.3 million, and the AP-68, with 3.5 million, and the toll of the ARA-1.



Soro stressed that most of the money allocated to transport will be to cover the tariff deficits of regular lines of passenger transport for general use that increases in 2017 and will reach 3,986,000 euros. 297,000 euros will be allocated to special lines, such as Teruel-Madrid, and those destined for Plaza, the Hospital de Barbastro and the Zaragoza airport.

It also increases the contribution to the Transport Consortium of the Metropolitan Area of Zaragoza (CTAZ), reaching one million euros, and more than 4 million to aid for maintenance of rail services, two million for the promotion of airport activities and 100,000 euros for assistance technique for the design of the concession map.



The counselor has recalled the importance of tourism in the bid to structure the territory. The general direction of Tourism increases its departure by 18.30 percent, reaching 9.2 million euros.

One of the novelties of this year is the departure of 250,000 euros for subsidies to local corporations for the development of tourism activities. Significantly increase subsidies for tourism promotion activities and tourism promotion driven by the General Directorate itself. In addition, almost 400,000 euros are allocated to tourist signage and the provision for infrastructure actions is increased by 67 percent.

In the General Directorate of Urbanism highlights the money that will go to urban development and rehabilitation of the Canfranc railway station, with a total investment of 282,000 euros and a multi-year for 2018 that will reach almost two million euros more. In addition, from Urbanism is still betting on aid to municipalities for the development of the PGOU or Simplified General Plans.

With regard to Territorial Planning, 2.5 million euros are contemplated and the creation of training grants within the Geographical Institute of Aragon (IGEAR) is included as a novelty. In addition, a subsidy is provided for the farmers of Jánovas and La Velilla with a total amount of 100,000 euros.

PP deputy Javier Campoy said that these budgets are “the most appropriate way to unravel our territory” and criticized the counselor for getting “profile” in housing, proposing, ironically, to change the name of the Department so that just “tourism”. He has said that the heads of the Executive are “pagamirindas” and he has highlighted the “failure” in terms of structure.

From the PSOE, Fernando Sabés has highlighted the increase in the Budget and has highlighted some actions, such as housing rehabilitation aid in rural areas, adding that tourism should be understood as “a clear element of structure”.

The deputy of Podemos Marta de Santos has expressed her “skepticism” and has asked what items the Government estimates that can not be executed to meet the deficit target. “We have not seen a serious bet” for the housing policy, he has expressed, encouraging the use of empty homes.

On behalf of PAR, Berta Zapater has called attention to international flights, which the counselor has not mentioned, and has recommended calling the Department of “tourism and rental” housing, since “is not betting on the vertebration.”

The parliamentarian of Cs Jesús Esteban Sansó congratulated Soro for the degree of fulfillment of the 2016 Budget of 93 percent and has applauded some measures, such as the aid to the farmers of Jánovas and the IGEAR scholarships.

From the Mixed Group, Gregorio Briz (CHA) recalled that “the project continues with the fundamental political objective of recovering the Welfare State”. “He said in 2016 that the people were ahead but also now the Vertebration and the start of the investment, I think the Department that presides is very influential in these policies, now reaching 7.1 percent,” said this parliamentarian. In his opinion, “the mythical 2012 budget that was dismantled with the policies of the PP is being reached”.

In self-help loans, size matters

Image result for minicreditosAccording to the ATA, the National Federation of Associations of Autonomous Workers, this year is expected to increase the number of workers employed. Many of them, before starting with their projects, look for help for the creation of their future businesses, but it is also worth mentioning that self-employed workers also have loans for freelancers that they can use as private individuals. That is, for the lack of liquidity they may have at some given time in their personal lives, there is also a type of financing for them, a type of financial products that do not require a payroll to be able to apply.

Minicréditos without payroll for small financings

It is common to think that an essential requirement to obtain financing is to have a payroll. However, there are several alternative sources of income that, today, can be valid to apply for a loan for self-employed without the need to attach a payroll.

If we need a little money urgently because we have some financial unforeseen and, being self-employed we have no payroll, we can weigh the idea of ​​hiring one of the minicréditos without payroll offered by the market. Although we are autonomous, we can ask for this type of financing as private individuals. Here are some of the best examples:

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These small loans for freelancers, therefore, we can hire without problems even if we do not have a payroll as long as we have a remuneration that meets these characteristics:

  • Periodic: that has an antiquity and a continuity in time
  • Sufficient: that allows us to make the return of our credit quickly without this causes us problems of liquidity
  • Justifiable: that the legality of the income that we obtain can be demonstrated

If our remuneration is not given by a payroll, but meets these three maxims, we can apply for the mini credit for freelancers perfectly, of course, without forgetting that the following month we will have to return it in a single installment.

Loans to finance self-employed XL

Another possibility, if we need financing for self-employed people for our particular projects (outside of our business scope) and we need it more, is to resort to a personal loan. This type of credit for self-employed workers is more conventional and is offered by banks and private financial institutions. The amount that these offer ranges between 500 and 60,000, normally, although it depends on the entity in question.

The repayment term for this type of loans for self-employed workers usually ranges from a minimum of about 3 months to a maximum that can be up to 10 years, depending on the financing requested and the monthly payment that is paid.

So, if we want financing for the self-employed, before requesting it, we will have to give an approximate figure to our need and start comparing the types of financial products that are in the market that suit us best.