This text is translated into Russian by google automatic human level neural machine.
EastRussia is not responsible for any mistakes in the translated text. Sorry for the inconvinience.
Please refer to the text in Russian as a source.
The impact of the pandemic on the opening of ex-accounts voiced in the Far Eastern Federal District
The number of escrow accounts in the Far East in March increased by 474 and by April exceeded two thousand. Project financing is most actively developing in Primorye, where over the month the number of escrow accounts increased by 327 and exceeded one thousand.
According to Irina Bayanova, chief expert of the apparatus of the Far Eastern State Institution of the Bank of Russia, so far the data do not speak about the impact of the pandemic on the development of project financing of shared construction in the Far Eastern Federal District, the indicators have not decreased by April. The pace may slow due to restrictive measures and the closure of construction sites.
According to the press service of the Far Eastern State Institution of the Bank of Russia, the amount of escrow accounts placed by participants in shared construction in the Far Eastern Federal District has grown one and a half times - up to 6,6 billion rubles. In Primorye, more than 2,6 billion rubles are stored on the accounts of equity holders, 1,6 billion rubles in Sakhalin, 1,5 billion rubles in the Khabarovsk Territory, and 651,4 million rubles in the Amur Region. Interest holders in Yakutia and Buryatia placed 170 million and 4,7 million rubles on escrow accounts, respectively.
Banks and developers entered into 48 loan agreements, in a month there were seven more. The amount of credit lines exceeded 24 billion rubles. The average rate on loans to developers in the Far Eastern Federal District is 6,03%.