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Residential Construction Market in CIS Countries 2014, Development Forecasts for 2015 - 2020; New Report Launched

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Lewes, DE -- (SBWIRE) -- 11/21/2014 -- This document provides a comprehensive view of residential construction market conditions in Russia, Kazakhstan and Ukraine. It examines the status and future prospects for both single unit structures and multi-family dwellings, provides information and updates on significant projects in the planning stages and currently underway.

The report also presents complete development forecasts for the overall market and for each country for the period 2015-2020.

Did you know that:

- Housing stock per capita in Russia is only 24 m² 70.5 million m² of residential space was activated in Russia in 2013, the highest figure since 1990

- Ukraine has only about 24 m² of residential space per capita, including 22 m² in urban areas

- Less than 5% of home sales in Ukraine are concluded with mortgage loans
Between 2010 and mid-2014, fewer than 20,000 families were able to purchase or obtain a property through state-run residential construction development programmes in Ukraine

- There was on average 20.9 m² residential space per capita in Kazakhstan at the end of 2013, with 23.7 m² in urban areas and 17.4 m² in rural

- In September 2014, the average interest rate for KZT denominated mortgages eased to 10.9%, down from an average of 11.5% in 2013 and 11.9% in 2012.

Extract from this report:

- Housing stock per capita in Russia (about 24%) is significantly well below the figure seen in most European countries, where this parameter exceeds 30 m².

- In recent years, the Ukrainian government has launched several residential construction development programmes, although with limited effect so far because of the lack of funding.

- The government is determined to support residential construction projects across the country, partly through the provision of subsidised mortgages within the Regional Development programme between 2015 and 2020.

Examine residential construction in the Commonwealth of Independent States
Report describes upcoming projects, offers forecasts for development 20142015-20192020.

Study the value, current conditions and prospects for residential construction in the CIS region and in Russia, Ukraine and BulgariaKazakhstan, specifically, in a newly released publication from the construction market experts at Publisher. Learn about the value of the residential market as a whole and rReview data depicting the value oftrends in the two major segments – single unit construction and multi-family buildings – in each of the three highlighted countries and across the region.

Residential construction market in Commonwealth of Independent States 2014, Development forecasts for 20142015-2019 2020 delivers the newest statistical data and analysis of the housing and mortgage markets in each segment country and forecasts for market development. This publication also details the residential market structures in each country, noting differences and similarities, and provides projected finished apartment totals as well as the total number and type of building permits distributed in each residential segment.

The report offers in-depth analysis of trends, macroeconomic conditions and other issues that have and will continue to affect residential construction market conditions in the Commonwealth of Independent StatesKazakhstan, Russia and Ukraine. It explores likely scenarios in an effort to assist readers with strategic planning, estimating demand and other vital business tasks.

In addition to an overview that describes current conditions on the market, this document also offers separate analyses for each segment. It describes the single-family housing segment in terms of pricing, current available stock, forecasts market trends and significant construction projects currently underway or in the planning stages.
Multi-unit operations are also considered in terms of price and recent and upcoming projects, and carefully prepared forecasts for both segmentsthe residential construction market in Russia, Ukraine and Bulgaria Kazakhstan are featured for the period to the end of the decade. The document also focuses on apartment supply and price, and availability of finished units in the years ahead.

Other topics of interest include data describing the number and type of residential construction permits issued in the Commonwealth of Independent States, total numbers of projects and apartment price ranges in each country.

Readers will benefit from the latest news and facts about residential construction projects that are on the radar of major investors, recent changes in the mortgage markets in the region and in each of the three main markets and in the supply of housing units. The document supplies the latest value data and offers forecasts for the speed of development in each country until the end of the decade.

Prepared with the business information needs of a wide range of construction industry professionals in mind, this publication is absolutely essential to the work of those preparing to enter the residential construction market in the CISKazakhstan, Russia and Ukraine, as well as those currently engaged but planning to expand operations. It is also an extremely valuable source of specialised information for distributors and manufacturers of building materials and construction equipment intended for use on this market as well as design and project management firms searching for potential work opportunities.

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