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The popularity of private homes has grown in Russia due to coronavirus

The popularity of private homes has grown in Russia due to coronavirus
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During the period of self-isolation, one out of six Russians was disappointed in multi-ethnic suits. Residents of the country began to value private homes more.

A survey of preferences of Russians in real estate was conducted by VTsIOM and DOM.RF. The study involved 1,6 thousand people from 150 settlements in 42 regions of the country. According to information "Izvestia”, Life in the private sector was called more attractive by 39% of respondents. At the same time, 17% of respondents said that after self-isolation, life in high-rise buildings seems less attractive.

According to the general director of DOM.RF Vitaliy Mutko, in the wake of such trends, one can begin to develop the segment of individual housing construction. This can be done by creating favorable conditions for developers when connected to networks and engineering infrastructure.

According to the director of the real estate company Etazhi Ildar Khusainov, last year Russia put into operation more than 80 million square meters. meters of private houses. However, the share of maintaining centralized villages leaves about 10%. The problem is that often there are no standard designs and approaches to construction. Because of this, it is difficult for banks to evaluate the subject of collateral, which means that mortgage rates for houses are higher than for high-rise buildings: from 8% to 15% per annum.

At the same time, developers often refuse to build low-rise settlements due to a lack of jobs, shopping facilities, leisure, educational and medical institutions, and a developed network of roads and railways. According to Andrei Nosov, Investment Director of Granel Group of Companies, interest in houses is temporary, due only to the self-isolation regime that has ended.

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