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Citizens who rent housing in Moscow, after the removal of the regime of self-isolation began to actively look for rental rooms. They are forced to abandon separate apartments due to lack of funds, the report said the Agency “INKOM-real Estate”, arrived in edition “Tapes.ru”.
During the “coronavirus” constraints the solvency of many has declined, explain realtors. Against this background, increased share of rooms in the structure of demand for rental property from 23 to 28 percent. By the autumn of every third Metropolitan tenant will look commercial vehicles housing predicts “INKOM”.
Economic instability, realtors associated, and the increasing trend among renters to take part of the only housing. So, three quarters of the exhibition rooms occupy lots in the apartments inhabited by the owners themselves.
“The abolition of quarantine measures stimulated migration in the capital market in connection with a reduction in the creditworthiness of clients looking for ways to cut the budget rental: some together and remove one – or two-bedroom apartments together, someone moves in the room, there are renting rooms together. Despite the inconveniences of communal life, the popularity of this housing format has growth prospects”, — sums up the experts.
Earlier, in may, Muscovites warned about the threat of fleeing tenants apartments. Customers in the market rental housing becomes smaller, the apartments are released and join the market, which leads to an increase of the level of competition among landlords, said realtors.
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