the volume of housing put into operation in January-June is estimated at 52.1 million square meters. m

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The volume of housing put into operation in January-June is estimated at 52.1 million square meters. m – this is 0.9% less than in the first half of 2022 (52.6 million sq. m), follows from the data of Rosstat. It should be noted that after a sharp increase in commissioning volumes in January, apparently associated with the postponement of the commissioning of facilities from the end of 2022, monthly housing commissioning rates went into the “negative zone”, returning to growth only in May. In June, the volume of delivered housing remained “in the black”, exceeding last year’s result by 9.1% – 8.8 million square meters. m against 8.1 million sq. m a year earlier.

The dynamics of housing commissioning as a whole was affected primarily by the reduction in the rate of commissioning of individual housing construction (IHS), which accounts for more than half (58%) of all housing built in the country. Recall that the decline in annual terms began in November 2022 against the background of the exhaustion of the effects of “paper input” – the registration of previously built houses – both due to the tightening of requirements for connecting to networks and the free gasification program (see “Kommersant” dated December 15, 2022 ), and due to a reduction in the share of registration of houses under the dacha amnesty (if the share of the latter in 2021 was estimated at 30% in the total volume of commissioning of private houses, now, according to Rosreestr, it does not exceed 2%), this year the decline continued due to the high base of the first half of 2022.

So, in general, in January-June, the decrease in the volume of commissioning of private houses compared to the same period in 2022 is estimated at 7.5% – 30.4 million square meters were built by the population. m against 32.9 million sq. m a year earlier. In June, 8.8 million sq. m, which is 3% more than in June 2022, thus, for the first time since January this year, IZHS showed a positive trend. In general, the government is not worried about this sector – earlier, Deputy Prime Minister Marat Khusnullin predicted that in the coming years the volume of commissioning of individual housing construction will remain at the level of 50 million square meters. m per year.

The same volume of commissioning is expected at the end of the year in the sector of apartment buildings – so far in January-June, developers have put into operation 21.7 million square meters. m, which is 9.9% more than in the same period last year. In June, commissioning amounted to 4 million square meters. m against 3.4 million sq. m a year earlier (an increase of 17.6%).

Evgenia Kryuchkova

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