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In the period of mode isolation the demand for apartments in Moscow has decreased, and the most active buyers were the representatives of the younger generation (25-40 years) — their share in the secondary housing market increased from 55 percent in February to 80 percent in may. This is stated in the materials of the Agency “INKOM-real Estate”, arrived in edition “Tapes.ru”.
As the realtors, young people rushed to buy real estate — many are willing to come to the viewings, despite the risk of Contracting coronavirus. At the same time, not all sellers agree to show the house in a pandemic, which complicates the choice.
In General, the activity on the “secondary market” remains low, experts state: the number of transactions of purchase and sale of apartments in may fell compared to March, increased in four times. Make advances for housing has become eight times less. The number of calls (potential demand) for the accounting period has decreased in five times.
“Usually for the transaction to “secondary housing” requires the participation of three people: the seller, buyer, and realtor — suggest experts. — However, in the current conditions of each third party market strictly adheres to the mode of isolation, therefore, can not fully deal with the issue of sale of housing. As a result, almost every “triangle” is at least one party refusing at the time of cooperation”.
“We anticipate that even after the removal of the restrictive measures of the citizens will still be minimum contact with other people, because of what the secondary market for some time will be on propouse” — conclude in “INCOM”.
Earlier in may it was reported that the cheapest Moscow apartment worth 1.7 million rubles. It is located on the second floor of a three storey building in the district of Donskoy (southern administrative district). Its total area is 10 square meters, residential — 7 “squares”, kitchen — 2 square meters.
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