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In Moscow is a shortage of supply of the secondary housing, according to the materials of the Agency “INKOM-real Estate”, provided of edition”.ru” on Thursday, November 1.
According to analysts, in the mass segment, where apartments costing up to 10 million rubles, the cheapest properties are sold three times faster than the previous year — the average for 18 days. The property at the price of 15 million meanwhile not in demand and sold an average of 164 days.
“Although overall market exposure is one and a half times the needs of customers, in fact in the mass segments, these figures are on par with each other — emphasize the “INCOM”. — Thus, in the mass market, there are preconditions to the formation of a supply shortage, resulting in consumers not always able to pick up a suitable object.”
The concentration of the main part of the demand in the budget segment of the secondary housing experts attribute primarily to the effects of the crisis in the economy: a growing gap between the richest and the poorest groups of the population, decreasing the number of members of the middle class, as well as their level of income.
Everything, by data “INKOM”, in Moscow on sale about 21 thousand secondary apartments (excluding the sentences in the annexed territories). Since last October, this figure had decreased by 37 percent.
In September of 2018, it became known that the city is a shortage of small apartments on the secondary housing market remained about 1,2 thousand one-, two – and three-bedroom facilities a minimum of space. Under refers to small one-room apartment with an area of 30 square meters, “kopeck piece” of 40 meters and “treshki” to 60 metres.
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