Analysts named the cities with the most significant decline in housing prices

At the beginning of 2022, prices for one-room apartments decreased in Nizhny Novgorod, Makhachkala, Irkutsk, Izhevsk and Chelyabinsk, and the largest drop in housing prices was recorded in Sochi and Sevastopol, analysts from the SRG consulting group found out, who provided their review to RBC.

On average, one-room apartments in the secondary market in 50 cities of the country became more expensive in January this year by 1.47%. According to SPG, such housing costs an average of about 3.07 million rubles.

In Sochi, secondary real estate fell in price by 2.82% to 6.98 million rubles, in Sevastopol – by 2.24% to 5.69 million rubles). In Nizhny Novgorod, a one-room apartment can be bought for an average of 3.62 million rubles, in Makhachkala the price dropped to 2.27 million rubles, Irkutsk – up to 3.15 million rubles, Izhevsk – up to 2.24 million rubles. and Chelyabinsk – up to 1.79 million rubles).

The largest increase in prices was recorded in Penza, where housing has risen in price by 4.86% to 2.55 million rubles over the month. Then in the ranking are Stavropol (2.65 million rubles), Krasnodar (3.73 million rubles), Volgograd (2.43 million) and St. Petersburg (6.52 million). In Moscow, there was a minimal increase in prices in January (+0.4%) – apartments in the capital are offered on average for 10.53 million rubles.

One-room apartments began to rise in price more slowly, analysts say. At the same time, this is the number of cities with housing prices within 2 million rubles. tripled compared to last year. Only buyers of real estate in Magnitogorsk, Novokuznetsk, Kirov, Kemerovo, Chelyabinsk, Ulyanovsk, Tolyatti and Orenburg will be able to meet this amount.

The indicator of the availability of housing on the secondary market in Russian cities with a million population in 2021 fell to the level of 2015, according to a study conducted by the Cyan real estate search service. According to the results of last year, four million-plus cities were recorded in Russia, where housing on the secondary market is “significantly inaccessible”. We are talking about Moscow, St. Petersburg, Kazan and Krasnodar.

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