At the end of September, Rostov-on-Don, Makhachkala and Belgorod became the Russian cities-leaders in terms of growth in prices for new housing. In the first, apartments under construction rose in price by 13 percent, in the second – by 7.4 percent, in the third – by 6.8 percent. RIA News citing research by Rosbank.
As determined by analysts, new buildings also significantly increased in price in Krasnogorsk (by 6 percent), Pskov (plus 6.4 percent), Khanty-Mansiysk (5.9 percent), Moscow (5.7), Tambov (5.5) , Simferopol (5) and Yaroslavl (plus 5 percent).
Secondary housing most quickly rose in price in Cheboksary – by 5.3 percent. Vladivostok, Syktyvkar, Krasnodar and Arkhangelsk are also included in the top five cities-leaders in terms of the growth in the cost of “secondary housing”. In addition to those listed, Ivanovo, Maykop, Birobidzhan, Veliky Novgorod and Kaluga are in the top ten.
Earlier it became known that there are much more Russians who believe in the upcoming decline in prices for residential real estate than those who expect a rise in prices for square meters. In the course of the corresponding survey, almost 24 percent predicted a decrease in price tags within five percent, and 20.5 percent said they expected a more significant drop in property values.