Existing trade area prices in Yekaterinburg go up 13.59% in January-March 2007

18 April 2007 (14:56)

The average existing trade area prices (per square meter of dwelling) in Yekaterinburg went up 13.59% (from 86,043 RUR on December 28, 2006 to 97,737 RUR on March 27, 2007), reports the Analytical Department of the Ural Chamber of Real Estate.

These prices went up 20.12% (from 99,211 RUR in December 2006 to 119,172 RUR in March 2007) in the downtown area (i.e. in Moskovskaya St., Chelyuskintsy St., Vostochnaya St., Dekabristy St., Belinskiy St., and Bolshakov St.).

The figure rose by 27.22% (from 81,829 RUR to 104,099 RUR) in Yekaterinburg’s second most expensive residential area (Avtovokzal, Yugo-Zapadniy, Parkoviy, Botanicheskiy, Vtuzgorodok, Shartashskiy, ZhBI, Pionerskiy – downtown and the south-west and the south-east of the city).

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