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The aggregate value of all residential property in the Russian capital in June 2019 amounted to 56 trillion rubles. This is stated in the materials of analysts Savills (at the disposal “of the Tape.ru”).
The company calculated that on average, one Muscovite accounts for the proportion of residential property, the equivalent of 4.4 million rubles.
Counties with the most expensive properties remain CAO and CJSC — the total cost of housing is 10 and 8.7 trillion rubles, respectively. “In aggregate, these locations account for about a third of the total value of residential property in the capital”, — stated in the materials Savills.
Relative to the summer of 2017 real estate in Moscow rose by seven percent. The cause of rising prices the company’s analysts call a large amount of new construction. According to their forecasts, while maintaining the pace of construction at the level of 2019 to 2022-mu the total cost of housing in Moscow will increase to 60 trillion rubles.
Earlier, analysts of the company Est-a-Tet investigated the Moscow housing market and determined the price minimum and maximum. According to them, the cheapest Metropolitan apartment is 2.4 million rubles, the most expensive is 2.4 billion rubles.
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