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ИНВЕСТИЦИИ И УПРАВЛЕНИЕ АКТИВАМИ         
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Rents Fall, Vacancies Rise as Moscow Confronts Flagging Economy

The Wall Atreet Journal recently published the article where the main trends of current real estate situation in Moscow are highlighted. The empty storefronts and for-rent signs that pockmark the upscale shopping strip of Tverskaya Street illustrate impact of the ruble’s collapse and Russia’s broader economic troubles on commercial real estate.

Declining rents could have repercussions beyond the real-estate industry. Part of the reason landlords preferred dollar leases was because they “had taken out a loan in dollars,” said Andrei Protasov, managing director at Russian advisory firm ILM.

“If a lease is renegotiated in rubles, then the financials of the landlord could deteriorate,” he said. The longer Russia’s economic problems persist, the more the “pressure on property owners and their ability to service their debt,” he said.

Read the article.