Apartments in residential areas have become more promising in terms of real estate investment than housing in the center. This is the opinion of the market participants interviewed by Izvestia.
Residential areas in large cities have become more popular among investors for buying housing. It is expected that in the next 10 years prices for squares will rise more noticeably there than in central locations, Ildar Khusainov, director of the federal company Etazhi, told Izvestia.
This means that it has become more profitable to invest in such objects, he noted. Particularly liquid objects in promising locations on the outskirts of cities can rise in price 1.2-1.5 times faster than real estate in central or overvalued quarters in a year, the expert said.
In Moscow, among the most promising areas for investment are Lyublino, Maryino, Medvedkovo, Losiny Ostrov, Otradnoye, houses near the Okruzhnaya station (Timiryazevsky District and Marfino), Rostokino, Sviblovo, Bibirevo, Altufyevo. This is evidenced by the data of a Realiste study carried out with the help of artificial intelligence (Izvestia has a copy of the document). In each of these areas in the next 10 years, residential real estate will rise in price by 50 billion rubles or more, according to the work.
In the central regions, the rise in prices will be less intense, Ildar Khusainov said. In Moscow, the most overvalued objects now are near the metro stations “Taganskaya”, “Semenovskaya”, “Izmailovskaya” and “Strogino”, according to the study.
A similar trend is observed in St. Petersburg, Kazan, Sochi and Krasnoyarsk, according to the industry.
The algorithm analyzed the current market price of objects and factors influencing it, including location, infrastructure, distance from the center. According to these parameters, “hot” regions were selected, where transactions are executed quickly, and prices have reached or will soon reach a peak. Among the “cold” ones, the system chose promising recipient regions, where objects will rise in price due to the redistribution of demand.
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