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Mobilization dictates the demand for housing: How much does it cost to rent apartments in neighboring cities

The announcement of partial mobilization in Russia forced many compatriots to urgently leave for neighboring countries.  The main flow of a new wave of migrants poured into Belarus, Armenia, Georgia, Kazakhstan - you can enter there without visas, or even passports.

The announcement of partial mobilization in Russia forced many compatriots to urgently leave for neighboring countries. The main flow of a new wave of migrants poured into Belarus, Armenia, Georgia, Kazakhstan – you can enter there without visas, or even passports.

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The announcement of partial mobilization in Russia forced many compatriots to urgently leave for neighboring countries. The main stream of a new wave of migrants poured into Belarus, Armenia, Georgia, Kazakhstan – You can enter there without visas, or even passports. All this has led to tectonic shifts in the local rental property markets – after all, newcomers need to live somewhere.

Thus, the number of daily accommodation bookings from September 22 to 26 in Minsk and Bishkek increased by 11 times, in Astana and Uralsk – by 8 times, in Tbilisi, Vitebsk and Yerevan – by 3 times. This was reported by the Russian online booking service Sutochno.ru.

As follows from the results of the study, citizens rent housing for an average of 5-7 days. Apparently, in order to look around in the first days and only then decide whether to stay in this city or move on.

The most popular cities for visitors from Russia

City, average rental period per day and average amount in rubles

Astana (Kazakhstan) 8; 16; 357

Almaty (Kazakhstan) 7; fifteen; 342

Yerevan (Armenia) 7; 26; 290

Borisov (Belarus) 7; eleven; 856

Khujand (Tajikistan) 7; 9; 734

Bishkek (Kyrgyzstan) 6; 17; 184

Uralsk (Kazakhstan) 5; 12; 064

Tbilisi (Georgia) 5; 12; 747

Minsk (Belarus) 5; 17; 306

Vitebsk (Belarus) 4; 7; 851

Petropavlovsk (Kazakhstan) 2; 5; 903 rubles

Average price for rental housing per day, rub.

Minsk (Belarus) – 3,846

Yerevan (Armenia) – 3 756

Tbilisi (Georgia) – 2771

Bishkek (Kyrgyzstan) – 2,728

Petropavlovsk (Kazakhstan) – 2,567

Almaty (Kazakhstan) – 2 325

Uralsk (Kazakhstan) – 2,276

Astana (Kazakhstan) – 2 205

Vitebsk (Belarus) – 2,066

Borisov (Belarus) – 1,647

Khujand (Tajikistan) – 1432

According to the service “Sutochno.ru”

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