Short-term rentals are more popular than long-term rentals only in 3 out of 78 large cities in Russia. These are the results of a study by the portal Domofond.ru, which were at the disposal of Izvestia on Friday, January 31st.
“The largest share of daily rent is noted in Yakutsk, amounting to 82.3%. Chita is in second place. In the capital of the Trans-Baikal Territory, such proposals are 55.1%. Vladivostok is in third place with 51.6% of short-term rentals versus 48.4% of long-term rentals, ”the materials say.
In other cases, long-term lease demand prevails.
The leader in the popularity of short-term rentals is Grozny. In the capital of the Chechen Republic, its share is 3.8%. Kaluga, Makhachkala and Podolsk are outsiders.
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At the same time, in none of the cities with a population of over one million did the share of short-term rent exceed the coverage of long-term rent. The most popular daily rent is in Yekaterinburg, where it accounts for 42.4% of the market. Then there are Moscow and Omsk.
It is noted that the predominance of daily rent in the three leading cities may be due to internal reasons. The fact is that it is in these settlements that there are a large number of shift workers, labor migrants and business travelers.
On January 24, real estate agencies predicted an increase in rental housing in Russia in 2020 by 10%. Now the average cost of renting a one-room apartment in Russia is 13 thousand rubles a month, a two-room apartment can be rented for 17 thousand rubles, and a three-room apartment for 23 thousand.
In November 2019, a list of regions with the most affordable rental housing was published. The three leaders were the Yamalo-Nenets, Chukotka and Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrugs.