Pushkino near Moscow topped the rating of cities near Moscow (up to 35 km from the Moscow Ring Road) with the most inexpensive housing in new buildings. The rating was compiled based on the results of February 2023.
According to RBC-Nedvizhimost, citing analysts from Best-Novostroy. They noted that the average price of one square meter in new houses in the city is 164,700 rubles.
The second place is occupied by Domodedovo, where, on average, 169,000 rubles will have to be paid per square. Vidnoye occupies the third position with a result of 179,800 rubles, and Kotelniki and Mytishchi close the top five with price tags of 188,300 rubles and 186,000 rubles.
On average, the price of one square meter in the primary market of the Moscow region reaches 183,500 rubles. During the year, this figure increased by 11%.
“Many buyers consider this territory as an alternative to Old and New Moscow, since it is often possible to save money here for a comparable price tag. And the near radius of the Moscow region is now replete with interesting projects, – said Irina Dobrokhotova, head of the board of directors of the Best-Novostroy company.
It should be noted that a month ago the situation in the market near Moscow was somewhat different. Sergiev Posad, Serpukhov and Lytkarino were the top three in terms of annual growth in the average lot price in the primary housing market in the cities of the Moscow Region.
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