FFS attracted 10 billion hryvnias to finance construction

According to the Ministry of Regional Development, Construction and Housing and Public Utilities, over the past six months, Ukrainian construction enterprises have completed work for UAH 25.6 billion. The list of work includes the construction of residential buildings and structures, non -residential facilities, laying and flushing of a storm sewer. The data is given without taking into account information on the Autonomous Republic of Crimea and Sevastopol.

Distribution of financing in the construction sector

If we talk about the distribution of financial resources, then an increase in 9% in the field of construction of housing construction facilities occurred. In the total volume, they amounted to almost 23%. In the non -residential construction sector and the construction of engineering structures, on the contrary, there was a decrease in growth rate.

As a result, the shares were distributed as follows: 26% of the total funding amounted to non -residential facilities; for engineering facilities – 51%.

Compared to the previous period, there was a decrease in shares of non -residential facilities and engineering structures by 27.4 and 11.3%, respectively.

The preservation of construction volumes at the same level in the situation would be impossible without strengthening the financing of this sphere. The main players in this market are funding funds for construction and real estate operations funds.

The role of the FFS and the background in the construction market

According to the National Commission for the Regulation of the Financial Services Market, there are 50 company companies dealing with issues of financing construction in Ukraine. Moreover, the principles mainly include individuals (13.72 thousand. Of the total amount of 13.85 thousand. investors). Funds attracted by funds amounted to more than 10 billion UAH, which is 8% more than in the previous period.

Thus, despite the difficult situation, it cannot be said that financing the construction industry is experiencing a decline. Next in line the reorganization of the housing and communal services sector, in which measures are currently being held to prepare for the winter period. The complex of such measures includes not only establishing uninterrupted heat supply, but also ensuring the withdrawal of meltwater, cleaning the sewage system, repairing road surface. The report on the work performed and the financing of this sphere is planned to be submitted next month.