The number for sale a new apartments in Moscow in April 2020 declined by 30 percent, follows from the materials of Agency “MIEL-real estate office Network”, arrived in edition “”.

First, the decline in supply of “secondary” due to the epidemiological situation in the capital: in the period of self-isolation because of COVID-19 owners have begun to remove apartments from the market, postponing their plans for implementation housing. At the same time, according to realtors, the market is actively accumulated pent-up demand.

“many potential buyers still face an acute housing problem, which they will try to resolve as quickly as possible at the end of the regime of self-isolation. Because of this, we believe that in the coming months after lifting the quarantine measures, you can expect a sizable increase in the number of transactions,” conclude the experts.

Earlier it was reported that in April, the secondary housing in Moscow rose by 0.3 percent, to of 182, 4 thousand rubles per square meter. But the rise in prices for apartments in the spread of the coronavirus is purely virtual in nature, analysts stress.