2021-01-18T03: 58: 00 + 03: 002021-01-18T05: 18: 04 + 03: 002021-01-18T03: 58: 00 + 03: 002021 https://1prime.ru/banks/20210118/832826942. html The expert warned that the mortgage could become unavailable Banks Newsru-RU https://1prime.ru/docs/terms/terms_of_use.html rub. This is reported by Kommersant with reference to the data of JSC Dom.RF and Frank RG. This is … PRIME, 01/18/2021news, finance, bankshttps: //1prime.ru/images/83260/51/832605108.jpg19201440truehttps: //1prime.ru/images/83260/51/832605108.jpghttps: // 1prime. ru / images / 83260/51 / 832605107.jpg19201080truehttps: //1prime.ru/images/83260/51/832605107.jpghttps: //1prime.ru/images/83260/50/832605095.jpg19201920truehttps: //1prime.ru images / 83260/50 / 832605095.jpghttps: //1prime.ru/business/20201124/832416054.html Agency for Economic Information PRIME 7 495 645-37-00 Federal State Unitary Enterprise MIA “Russia Today” https: //russia today.rf/awards/ Agency for Economic information PRIME 7 495 645-37-00 Federal State Unitary Enterprise MIA “Russia Today” https: //russia today.rf/awards/ Agency of economic information PRIME 7 495 645-37-00 Federal State Unitary Enterprise MIA “Russia Today” Economic Information Agency PRIME 7 495 645-37-00 Federal State Unitary Enterprise MIA “Russia Today” https: //Russia Segodnya.rf/awards/ Economic Information Agency PRIME 7 495 645-37-00 FGUP MIA “Russia Segodnya” awards / MOSCOW, 18 Jan – PRIME. The Russians took out a record number of mortgage loans in 2020 – 1.7 million worth 4.3 trillion rubles. This is reported by “Kommersant” with reference to the data of JSC “Dom.RF” and Frank RG. This is an absolute record in the history of the mortgage market in Russia. Mortgages in Moscow set an absolute record High demand was promoted by a strong drop in rates, which led to a sharp increase in refinancing. However, in 2021, we can expect a decrease in the volume of loans, experts say. This is due to the weak growth in the incomes of Russians and the fact that further rate cuts are not expected. The main issue of the year will be the ability of the construction market to meet demand without a radical increase in real estate prices, believes Valery Piven, senior director of the ACRA financial institutions ratings group. “If up to a certain point the increase in the loan term could compensate for the impact of the growth in the cost of housing on the size of the mortgage payment, with a further rise in prices, mortgages may become inaccessible to a significant number of potential borrowers,” he warns.