Construction of residential and non-residential real estate - H1 2019

The research company InComeIn prepared the review "Construction of housing and non-residential real estate in H1 2019." The review is based on the data of the National Statistical Committee, the Architecture and Construction Ministry, the National Cadastral Agency, captive companies, and market participants.

The review includes the main factors of influence on the construction rates and volume of financing of projects, the evaluation of financial standing of companies of the construction branch. The review analyses the banks' credit policy, the developers' pricing policy, legislative novelties influenced the residential real estate market. The review has the database of residential and non-residential real estate implemented and under implementation in the regional context.

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Housing blocks

Housing in little towns and rural areas

Housing for the needy

Housing by the state order

Lease housing

Individual housing

Construction in progress

Companies and projects



Construction volumes

Some announced projects in the field of non-residential real estate


5. FORECAST FOR Q3-Q4 2019

COST: USD 350.00

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