Social Housing Fund

CECA's member entities contribute more than 74% of the properties in the Social Housing Fund (FSV)

The Social Housing Fund (FSV) was created on 17 January 2013 to comply with Royal Decree-Law 27/2012, of 15 November, on urgent measures to increase protection for mortgage holders, through which the Government was entrusted with the creation of a Social Housing Fund.
CECA participates in the FSV Coordination and Monitoring Committee on behalf of the sector.
On 14 September 2015 the companies signed a document of extension of the Agreement by means of which they contributed 3,974 additional houses to the Social Housing Fund.
After the extension to which yearly extensions have been added to the agreement, financial institutions will have donated to the FSV a total of 9,901 houses so that they can be rented at reduced rates to families in a situation of special need, 74% of which have been contributed by CECA member entities.

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Individual contribution of each CECA member entity

Number of housing
2019 data

More information on the Social Housing Fund

Besides the information that every entity provides individually, the Imserso also provides detailed information on:

Requirements for gaining access to housing. Conditions of the rent and presentation of applications

The entities participating in the agreement and that have contributed housing.

Housing offered by the different entities classified by Autonomous Community, provinces and municipalities, with indication of the entity to which they belong.

Municipalities that are signatories of the Agreement that must issue a report on the applications written and provide additional orientation.