Occupied Sevastopol ranked second in terms of the increase in the cost of renting apartments in comparison with the regions of neighboring Russia.
The corresponding information is provided on the website for the sale and lease of real estate Domofond.ru for the third quarter of 2018.
Reportedly, in the second quarter the average cost of renting a one-bedroom apartment in Sevastopol was 20,127 rubles, and in the third quarter the price increased to 21,599 rubles.
Thus, for the quarter, the increase in prices for rental housing in the city made up 7.3%.
The first place in this rating was taken by the Primorsky Territory of the Russian Federation, with a growth rate of 9%; the third is Tatarstan, with a 5% increase in the price of rental housing.
Earlier, in June in the occupied Crimea, the average apartment rental rate increased by 9.8% and amounted to 21,495 rubles a month. The highest cost of renting real estate was recorded in Yalta, the village of Massandra and Sevastopol.