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Development of Rent Housing in the Commonwealth of Independent States on the example of the Republics Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan

Student: Aysulu Adyrbaeva

Supervisor: Elena Shomina

Faculty: Faculty of Social Sciences

Educational Programme: Public Administration (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2018

This paper analyzes, the analysis of trends in the development of the rental housing sector in the Republics of Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan and the Russian Federation in retrospect - from the beginning of its formation, in the period of existence of countries within the USSR, to the independence of countries. It also looks at regulatory environment issues of legal regulation of the sphere. There is also a description of the role of rental housing in the development of the housing sector of each country. And finally, this study presents identified problems that hinder the growth and sustainable development of the free rental market; the main distinctive features of the rental housing sector of states are defined; regulation of the sphere at the level of state administration was traced. The method of this study is of a mixed nature, since it includes both a qualitative type of analysis and a quantitative one. Qualitative analysis was carried out on the basis of interviews with experts in the field of the rental sector of the studied countries (see Appendix 2 for a list of experts who participated in interviews and interview questions). Statistical analysis of the countries included in the study ("Ministry of National Economy of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Statistics Committee", "State Statistics Committee of the Republic of Uzbekistan", "Federal State Statistics Service, Rosstat") were used for the quantitative analysis and settlements were made using the system Compound Annual Growth Rate and (CAGR) employed for calculations. The work can serve as a theoretical and practical basis for those interested in or working on the topic of rental housing. Keywords: rental housing, rent, rental market.

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