Average prices in real estate after COVID-19 in Russia 2020, by city

High inflation rates of the Russian ruble, subsequent to the COVID-19 expansion and the cruide oil price drop, promoted a high demand on residential real estate. As a result, an increase in housing prices was recorded in most major cities of the country. After a 1.5 percent growth in March 2020, Moscow led the list with the highest average price for residential real estate, measuring at 211.5 thousand Russian rubles per square meter.

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Average prices in the secondary residential real estate market after the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak in Russia as of March 2020, by major city

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Release date

March 2020



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As of March 2020

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