The census of state real estate begins on the 21st

With a budget of RD$201 millionthe Government began a new national census of real estate of the Dominican State.

The project has been instructed by President Luis Abinader, the General Directorate of National Assets and other public entities.

The results of this census will offer an understanding of the tangible and intangible heritage of the countryaccording to a press release from the General Directorate of National Assets.

The digitization of this project has to do with a execution plan that has been designed and that includes the implementation of specialized technology for the storage, monitoring and control of the information obtained.

The real estate collected will be registered digitallyas reported by the Minister of the Presidency, Joel Santos, during a press conference on Monday, which took place at the headquarters of the State Sugar Council (CEA).

“What we are announcing at this moment is the start of phase one, where a recruitment instrument has been designed for more than 700 State institutions,” the minister explained to journalists, while clarifying that this training includes not only of the Executive Power, but also of the Legislative Power and the Judicial Power.

Meanwhile, what Phase two will be the physical census of State real estatewhich will confirm and complement the information collected in the first phase.

Meanwhile, in phase three the results will be presented. The census will also cover the country’s municipal entities, according to Santos.


Around 16,000 enumerators throughout the country will work until July 21 in the execution of this census, as specified by the general director of National Assets, Burgos Gómez, at the press conference.

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What real estate assets does the census include?

The authorities reported that the results of This census includes real estate assets such as: Central Government assets and buildingsbuildings of decentralized institutions, road, hydraulic and electrical infrastructures, mixed institutions with the State, mixed real estate actions with the State, state mining assets and land owned by the State, as well as other types.

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