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Regions of the Far Eastern Federal District topped the rating on affordability of rental housing
Rental housing does not cause special difficulties for residents of the northern regions of the Far East. Experts came to such conclusions when they correlated population incomes and the cost of rented living space in different regions of the country. Among the leaders were Chukotka, Magadan, Irkutsk region.
More than 85% of Russians have their own housing, while 10% of the population, about 15 million people, live on a rental. By order RIA News, experts found out how many complete families with two children can afford to rent a standard two-room apartment. At the same time, the aggregate amount of the subsistence minimum, which should go to everyday expenses, was deducted from their income.
It turned out that over the past year, rental availability has increased from 36 to 40%. He headed the ranking of the regions of the Yamal-Nenets Autonomous Okrug with a family share of 67%. In second place was Chukotka with 61% of families. The leaders, where the number of families to whom rent is available exceeds 50%, included the Magadan and Irkutsk regions.
Sakhalin was in the 11 place, the Amur Region and Yakutia in the 16 and 17 positions. Significantly lower is the Trans-Baikal Territory, it occupies the 21 line. Kamchatka Krai and Buryatia received places in the 25 and 26 ratings. Closing the list of Far Eastern regions is the Primorsky Territory with 45 line and the JAO with 52 place.