Debts of Russians for housing and communal services increased to 804.5 billion rubles

According to the results of the first quarter of 2022, the debts of Russians for housing and communal services (HCS) increased to 804.5 billion rubles. This is by 7.6% or 56.6 billion rubles. more than a year earlier, and this growth was a record, Izvestia reports with reference to Rosstat. Debts to resource-supplying organizations increased by 11%, to management companies – by 3%. According to the Ministry of Construction, in the second half of 2021, debts for the consumption of fuel and energy resources in the Russian Federation amounted to 1.4 trillion rubles, of which 901 billion rubles. users of housing and communal services owe. Experts believe that increasing the level of digitalization will help reduce the number of debtors among the population by 30%, which would reduce the total debt for utilities by 180 billion rubles. How to find out your debts for housing and communal services and what will happen if they are not paid – in the material “Kommersant”. .

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