Rental apartments in Russia are more affordable than they were a few years ago, according to data from an apartment rental policy site.
The apartment rental market in Russia has become more competitive over the past few years, but there is still a lot of room for growth.
For example, a rental in Moscow costs roughly $1,100 a month, while one in St. Petersburg is $1.25, according the Russian Apartment Rentals Index.
That may be a bit of an eye-opener, especially since Russia’s inflation rate is currently around 10 percent, so you can expect that price to climb.
However, rents for apartments in St Petersburg have been falling in recent years, so it might not be so expensive in the long run.
Other apartments in the country have become cheaper over time, so if you want to rent an apartment in Russia, the best bet is to rent it right now.
Check out our guide to renting apartments in Moscow and St. Petersburg.
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