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FEFD regions become outsiders of housing commissioning rating
The regions of the Far East turned out to be outsiders in the rating on housing commissioning. The worst indicators are in Chukotka and the Magadan region.
The rating was RIA News. The regions were compared by the number of square meters. meters of housing introduced in 2019, calculated per inhabitant. The results indicate that the performance of leaders and outsiders differ by 50 times.
Most housing last year was commissioned in the Leningrad, Moscow, Lipetsk and Tyumen regions - more than one square. meters per person. The least in Chukotka - 0,026 sq. meters per person, in the Magadan region - 0,053 sq. meters. The top ten outsiders also included Amur Region (0,223 square meters), Buryatia (0,221), Khabarovsk Territory (0,214 square meters), Transbaikalia (0,186), Jewish Autonomy (0,145) and Kamchatka (0,142).
Closer to the leaders of the ranking are the Sakhalin Oblast and Yakutia. Moreover, the most significant growth in construction volumes occurred in the Magadan Region (+ 70,3%). It is significantly faster than all regions in terms of growth. Kamchatka has good results on this indicator: there, housing construction volumes have grown by more than 25%. In Buryatia there was a decrease of 25-27%. In other regions, the decline did not exceed 20%.
According to experts, against the backdrop of coronavirus and the crisis, 2020 will be difficult for all sectors of the economy and all regions. Moreover, the impact will be uneven: regions with more stringent quarantine measures may suffer more economically. At the same time, regions with weak payment demand of the population will feel a strong negative impact on the housing market.