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ANO IPA: preferential mortgage may attract developers in the Far Eastern Federal District

ANO IPA: preferential mortgage may attract developers in the Far Eastern Federal District
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The Far Eastern Mortgage program will help attract major developers to the region. The hope for this was expressed by the managing director of ANO IPA Vyacheslav Borisov. According to his calculations, the margin level for construction companies in the Far Eastern Federal District is more than acceptable and exceeds the profitability indicators of most regions in central Russia.

Now, according to Vyacheslav Borisov, small amounts of construction in the district are associated with a shortage of land plots with engineering training for complex development and with limited opportunities for developers. Moreover, the need for housing is more than four million square meters. meters until 2025 in addition to the current average annual volumes.

Among the measures of state support for the construction industry, the managing director of the agency singled out the Stimul program of the Federal Ministry of Construction, which helps companies save on engineering infrastructure. Regional programs make it possible to obtain land plots for integrated development projects without auctions. Adds attractiveness for developers and the ability to work in the TOP and free port mode.

Housing projects are implemented by 217 residents of these special territories. They have already invested 24 billion rubles, the total investment in construction is projected to reach 360 billion rubles. Another program, the Far Eastern Mortgage, according to the authorities, should increase the number of people who want to build, but so far it has only affected prices. 

Recently, Deputy Prime Minister Yury Trutnev said about the increase in the cost per square meter in the primary housing market. And in the federal Ministry of Construction expressed concern regarding a further increase. Experts expect a sharp jump in three to four months.

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