The average cost of renting a one-room apartment in Russian cities with a population of over one million in September was 17.4 thousand rubles. per month, two-room – 25.2 thousand rubles, according to the data of the CIAN. Over the month, these indicators increased by 1.1% and 1.2%, respectively. But the lag from the average values for the same period of last year remains: “odnushki” remain cheaper by 4.1%, “kopeck piece” – by 5.9%. In the company “Etazhi” the average cost of renting one-room housing in September is estimated at 17.5 thousand rubles, two-room – at 23.89 thousand rubles, according to Kommersant.
Most actively, according to CIAN, long-term rental rates are being restored in Moscow: over the month, one-room apartments have risen in price by 5.5%, to 40.1 thousand rubles. The indicator has already managed to exceed the value for September last year. Two-room apartments are rented for an average of 62.7 thousand rubles. Over the month, the price increased by 5.4%, also being higher than a year earlier.
In regional markets, according to CIAN calculations, the most noticeable prices for apartments were in Nizhny Novgorod. Over the month, the cost of “odnushki” increased by 4.9%, to 14.9 thousand rubles. per month. In Novosibirsk, the growth was by 3.9%, to 18.7 thousand rubles. Analysts of “Etazha” note a monthly increase in prices for two-room apartments in Omsk and Samara, which went up by 4.3%, to 17 thousand rubles, and by 4.2%, to 19.8 thousand rubles. per month respectively. The most pronounced price reduction is noted by realtors in Volgograd: “odnushki” fell in price by 4.5% over the month (to 12.7 thousand rubles per month), “kopeck pieces” – by 6.8% (to 15.2 thousand rubles .). This trend can be called stable, as compared to September last year, the decline is 17% and 13%, respectively. CIAN also notes negative dynamics in Yekaterinburg and Ufa, where over the month one-room apartments fell by 4.8% (to 17.9 thousand rubles per month) and 4.2% (to 13.6 thousand rubles), respectively. , writes “Kommersant”.