The leading cities in terms of real estate transactions in the Moscow region have been named

Названы города — лидеры по объему сделок с недвижимостью в Подмосковье

Last year, 58,974 real estate transactions were recorded in the Moscow Region. Most of the housing was sold in Mytishchi, according to a study by specialists from the analytics and consulting department of VSN Group, which was reviewed by Izvestia on March 4.

In total, 5,966 equity participation agreements were concluded in Mytishchi in 2023 by the date of signing. This is 10% of all transactions with primary real estate in the region’s market. Balashikha is in second place with 4,722 sales, Lyubertsy closes the top three with 3,799 transactions. Then Kotelniki (2736), Odintsovo (2407), Khimki (1869) and Krasnogorsk (1794) were ranked in the sales ranking.

“Cities from the nearest area of Moscow, connected to the center by well-established transport arteries, are particularly popular with buyers. And after the launch of the IDC, it became even easier for residents of the Moscow region to get to work,” said Ilya Kolunov, Deputy General Director for Commercial Affairs and Public Relations at Sadovoye Koltso Group.

One-room apartments with an average area of 42.3 sq. m. are in the greatest demand among buyers of real estate near Moscow. They account for 45% of total sales.

Almost half as many people buy two-room apartments. They were chosen by 27% of buyers. Their average area is 56.4 sq. m. Studio apartments with an area of about 24.3 sq.m. are in third place in popularity among Russians. Three—bedroom apartments with an average area of 77.5 sq. m. attracted the attention of 8% of buyers. And only 1% of those interested in buying a new apartment chose four-room apartments with an area of about 96 sq. m.

“The popularity of one—room apartments is understandable – they are in demand among single buyers, young families (mostly without children), students and those who purchase an apartment for elderly parents. Also, such apartments become an excellent option as a first real estate,” said Yana Glazunova, CEO of VSN Group.

According to her, traditionally, this format is the most attractive for investment, which is associated with an affordable budget and great payback prospects.

“The demand for two- and three—bedroom apartments will be supported mainly by families with children — they actively use the family mortgage program, within which they can significantly improve their living conditions,” Glazunova concluded.

Earlier, on February 16, Whitewill informed Izvestia that in January 2024 in the capital, the average cost per square meter of high-budget real estate exceeded 2 million rubles in three districts. The highest price was observed in the Tverskoy district — 2.409 million rubles per 1 sq. m. In second place — Khamovniki (2.39 million rubles), in third — Yakimanka (2.284 million rubles).


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