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The cost per square meter has grown by almost 20% in the Amur region

The cost per square meter has grown by almost 20% in the Amur region
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In the Amur Region, the cost of housing in the primary market increased by 18,5% at the end of 2020. Now a square meter in a new building costs about 85,4 thousand rubles.

According to the press service of the regional Ministry of Construction, in addition to the traditional rise in the cost of building materials, the cost of connecting to networks, prices were influenced by several other factors. Due to the sharp saturation of the market with preferential mortgages, the volume of housing commissioning decreased. In addition, there was an acute labor shortage during the pandemic. And with the transition to escrow accounts, the number of developers has decreased.

According to the Ministry of Construction of the Amur Region, by the end of the year it is planned to commission 220 thousand square meters of housing. This is 64 thousand square meters more than in 2020. Also within the framework of the "Stimulus" program of the national project "Housing and Urban Environment". The authorities are working on the integrated development of territories.

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