In the last few years, Aguascalientes has been a fundamental piece for the development of the country. Nevertheless, the health emergency caused by the Covid-19 virus has damaged the economy in such way that many companies are at risk. Thus, the State Government has created an Economic Reactivation Plan for Aguascalientes which, through 8 pillars, 22 goals, and 34 actions, aims at alleviating the effects derived from this pandemic.
As part of this agreement, the Department for Economic Development (SEDEC) has committed to generating an emergency capitalization fund, and to this end has instructed the Trust of Investment and Administration for the Economic Development of Aguascalientes (FIADE), to put 14 properties for sale, as a first stage, for an approximate amount of $350 million and 664 thousand available square meters to offer economic recovery options.
According to official information, these resources will be set forth to capitalize the Stabilization Fund, additionally to allotting an important amount to give support through the Funding System of Aguascalientes (SIFIA) to SMEs which currently need resources in order to keep their production and commercialization.
The individual value of the properties is determined by the Disposal of Fixed Assets Subcommittee, and a similar procedure had been previously carried out by both the School of Appraisers of Aguascalientes and the Land Registry of the State to guarantee transparency and formality towards the citizens.
The application bases and minimum amounts to purchase the properties are already available at www.aguascalientes.gob.mx/sedec. As of the day of its publication, any private individual or legal entity can apply in a period of 30 days, as long as they meet the requirements stipulated in the public notice in order to be considered as potential candidates within the alienation processes.
More information at 449 910 2611 ext. 5924 and 5961 or in the offices of SEDEC at Edificio Torre Plaza Bosques, 8th. floor from 8am through 4pm.