Colombia launches agency to sell, rent former fighters’ property to fund reparations

Real Estate FRV will list 1,606 properties, including houses, apartments, farms and land previously held by paramilitaries who entered a peace deal with the government in 2005.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Colombia launched a real estate agency on Wednesday, February 11th, to rent and sell properties handed over by former far-right paramilitaries and leftist guerrillas as a way of funding reparations for victims of the county’s internal armed conflict.

Real Estate FRV will list 1,606 properties on behalf of the fund for victims’ reparations. This includes houses, apartments, farms and land previously held by paramilitaries who entered a peace deal with the government in 2005.

Real Estate FRV will also list properties seized by authorities from the National Liberation Army (ELN) and the now . . .

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