MINSK, 4 January (BelTA) – A unified registry of vacant houses has been created in Belarus, BelTA learned from the State Property Committee.
Access to the registry is free and open to the public. Anyone can access it to look up parameters of a house, check its location, the state, and the age. The registry is maintained by municipal authorities.
At present the registry contains information about more than 1,200 houses, including those, whose owners are being identified, houses which have been recognized vacant, houses that have been ordered to be sold, and other houses. In January 2023 all the information from individual vacant house registries run by district administrations and other municipal authorities will be transferred to the unified registry.
The registry is available at eri2.nca.by and visitors can log in as guests and filter the houses they may be interested in.