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Accounts Chamber: there will be more deceived equity holders in Russia
The Accounts Chamber analyzed the shared construction market. According to the forecasts of the regulator, there will be more deceived equity holders in Russia.
According to the press service of the Accounts Chamber, in March this year alone, more than three thousand houses in 76 regions of the country were included in the Unified Register of Problem Objects. The worst situation is in Moscow, the Leningrad, Nizhny Novgorod regions and the Krasnodar Territory.
With the onset of the pandemic, the purchasing power of the population declined, and bankruptcies of small developers increased. Because of this, according to the Auditor of the Accounts Chamber Svetlana Orlova, there is a risk of a further increase in the number of deceived equity holders.
At the same time, regions from 2019 do not keep a register of defrauded equity holders. Because of this, it is impossible to estimate the exact number of victims. As of July 2019, 48 thousand people were listed in the register, and now, according to experts, their number can reach up to 200 thousand.
According to the Accounting Chamber, co-financing of the completion of facilities with the involvement of regional budgets can help solve the problem. According to the Fund for the Protection of the Rights of Interest Holders, at the beginning of the year 3 houses needed completion. This required 137 million rubles. According to the calculations of JSC DOM.RF, more funds are needed - 686 billion rubles. At the same time, the Fund’s budget involves the use in 722-2020 of only three billion rubles.
In the regional budgets, funding for the completion of houses is also not enough, says Svetlana Orlova. This situation is due to the spread of coronavirus.
At the same time, the Fund did not use all the allocated money. Of the total funding of eight billion rubles for 2018-2019, only 43,5 million rubles were spent, which is about 0,54%. According to Svetlana Orlova, this indicates the extremely low quality of budget planning at the Ministry of Construction of Russia. At the same time, the salaries of the Fund’s employees are many times higher than the average salaries in Russia and Moscow. Over the three years of the Fund’s work, a little more than three thousand dwellings have been completed, and only 1,3 thousand have been compensated for defrauded equity holders.