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Residents of Primorye and Yakutia took half of mortgage loans in the Far East - EastRussia | Far East






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Residents of Primorye and Yakutia took half of mortgage loans in the Far East

Residents of the Far East in the first nine months of 2018 have issued 45,5 thousand of housing mortgage loans totaling over 104 billion rubles. The number of contracts increased compared to the same period last year by 1,5 times, the volume increased by almost 40 billion rubles and exceeded the total figure of 2017 of the year.

This type of lending has become the most popular in Primorsky Krai. There, the volume of loans extended compared to January-September 2017 of the year in 1,5 times and amounted to 25 billion rubles. In Yakutia, the volume of loans granted amounted to 24,6 billion rubles, in the Khabarovsk Territory - 22 billion rubles. According to the press service of Sberbank, these regions account for 68,8% of all mortgage loans in the Far East.

In the Amur region, the volume of housing mortgage and mortgage loans amounted to 11,1 billion rubles, in the Sakhalin region - 9,6 billion rubles, in the Kamchatka region - 5,4 billion rubles. Among the Far Eastern regions, mortgage housing loans were given the least in the Magadan Region, the Jewish Autonomy and in Chukotka - 6,3 billion rubles in total.

As of 1 in October 2018, the weighted average rate on MHL in the Far East was 9,56%, although a year earlier the figure was at 11,02%. The lowest weighted average rate is noted in Chukotka - 9,4%, the highest or 9,65% - in Yakutia.

The amount of total debt of the Far-Easterners on housing mortgage loans from the beginning of 2018 of the year increased by 48,5 billion rubles and amounted to 313,3 billion rubles. The share of overdue debt is kept at the level of 2017 of the year - 0,8%.