Update on Gabino AntonioMr. Gabino is currently married and his wife takes care of the house and their son. He is the only one working, so the family depends on him financially. He still works for the Mayor's Office as a builder assistant.
He is requesting this loan to build an annex in his house. It is now too small and they are in need of a bigger space for the growing family. This way he will be able to provide them with higher comfort.
Previous Loan DetailsGabino is 32 years old and he is single with no kids. He has worked in the city hall of Juigalpa for the past year as an assistant laborer. He requests a loan with the plan of building a room of his own, in his father’s house. He hopes to gain some privacy and to be ready for a family of his ... More from Gabino Antonio's previous loan »
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