For the price of an average one-room apartment near the Krasnoselskaya, Komsomolskaya, Turgenevskaya or Baumanskaya metro stations in Moscow, you can buy a two-room apartment in some western districts of the capital or a three-room apartment in the south of the city. Izvestia was informed about this by IRN.RU on October 26.
In cities near Moscow, this amount will be enough for several apartments at once, analysts have calculated.
“The price gap between the center of Moscow and the outskirts has always existed, and its level has not changed much in recent years. At the beginning of 2020, that is, before the inflation of the price bubble in the housing market, apartments in the Central Administrative District cost 313,650 rubles per sq. m. m on average, in closed joint stock companies – 194,560 per sq. m. m on average, in the Southern Administrative District – 158,800. That is, apartments in the center were on average 60% more expensive than in the west, and 70% more expensive than in the south. Today the dynamics are approximately the same,” said Oleg Repchenko, head of the Analytical Center “Real Estate Market Indicators IRN.RU”.
At the same time, according to him, apartment prices have, in principle, risen sharply over the past two to three years, which cannot be said about the growth rate of household incomes.
“But, according to our forecast, housing prices will look down in the medium term under the pressure of declining demand amid rising mortgage rates,” Repchenko added.
According to the company, in the Central Administrative District of the capital, excluding the elite segment, apartments cost an average of 410,350 rubles per 1 sq. m. m. The most expensive apartments on the secondary market of the Central Administrative District are offered on Arbat (491,000 rubles per sq. m), a relatively more affordable option can be found in Zamoskvorechye (390,340 rubles per sq. m), in Krasnoselskoye (313,096 rubles per sq. m.) and Basmanny districts (313,100 rubles per sq. m.). Thus, a one-room apartment on the secondary market in the center of Moscow can be bought for 11.8 – 18.6 million rubles, depending on the area, or 15.5 million rubles on average, analysts said.
In the west of the capital, housing is somewhat more affordable – 297,440 rubles per sq. m. m on average. In areas closer to the Moscow Ring Road and outside the Moscow Ring Road, prices are lower than the average for the district, and in areas closer to the center they are slightly higher.
In the South-Western District, for the price of an average one-room apartment in the Central Administrative District, you can buy an apartment of 44 – 76 sq. m. m (“odnushka”, “kopeck piece”, “three ruble”). A meter of housing on the secondary market of the South-Western Administrative District costs an average of 294,720 rubles per sq. m. m, the company reported. A meter of housing in the North-Western District costs on average 274,290 rubles.
“The cheapest offer on the secondary housing market in Moscow is in the south, southeast and east. According to IRN.RU, apartments in the Southern District cost 242,330 rubles per meter on average, in the Eastern District – 237,200 rubles per meter, in the South-Eastern District – 223,030 per meter,” the analysts specified.
At the same time, in New Moscow, for the price of a one-room apartment in the center of the “old” one, you can buy a spacious three-room apartment. According to IRN.RU, 1st quarter. m of housing on the secondary market in the Novomoskovsky district costs an average of 204,430 rubles, in Troitsky – 185,690 rubles: for 15.5 million (the average price of a one-room apartment on the secondary market in the center of the capital) you can buy an apartment with an area of 75 – 83 square meters. m.
In mid-September, the real estate agency Dolgov PRO said that they expected prices for apartments in new buildings in the Moscow region to rise by up to 8% by the end of this year. They believe that this could be affected by the rise in prices of building materials, as well as an increase in the key rate by the Central Bank of the Russian Federation.
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