Real estate specialists have named the most successful options for renting inexpensive housing in the center of Moscow. The cheapest one-room apartment will cost in the Tagansky, Meshchansky and Krasnoselsky districts of the capital, RBC reports with reference to CIAN analysts.
In the Central Administrative District (CAD), Tagansky was recognized as the most budgetary area for renting housing. The average rate for renting a one-room apartment there in September was 48 thousand rubles a month, a quarter more expensive than in the capital as a whole (the average cost of renting this type of apartment in the city is 38 thousand rubles a month).
The Meshchansky district is in second place with a rate of 49 thousand rubles, the third position in the rating is in the Krasnoselsky district with a monthly rent of 53 thousand rubles. “In those municipalities where there are large quarters with panel houses and five-story buildings from the times of the USSR, the rates are lower. Where most of the houses are in the pre-revolutionary tenement houses, “stalinkas” or modern new buildings, higher, “- added the head of the analytical center CIAN Alexei Popov.
At the same time, over the past year, rented apartments in the five most affordable districts of the Central Administrative District (Tagansky, Meshchansky, Krasnoselsky, Zamoskvorechye, Basmanny) have risen in price by four percent, and the average increase in the size of rent throughout the capital amounted to about two percent, the company noted.
In September 2021, the minimum rental rate for an apartment in Moscow was 25 thousand rubles per month, the agency “INKOM-Nedvizhimost” reported earlier. Back in August, similar apartments were offered for rent at a rate of 20 thousand rubles. The cheapest apartment in the capital is located in Nekrasovka in the southeast of the city – “odnushka” on the 14th floor of a multi-storey panel building.