In September, consumers generally choose low-cost items, the average cost of the proposal - 4.27 million rubles. It was purchased 15 homes, 10 of which occurred in low-rise residential complex Kivennapa. Demand at home from 120 to 130 sq.m., in the villages located within 50 km from the city.
In general, we can say that the sales pattern has not changed: in May, the share of transactions with cottages, but in the summer of income from the sale of houses with areas exceeding sales just parts, but in September the situation changed completely in the opposite direction, that is, sites developers bailed out at 9.7 million rubles more!
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Which is typical for this fall, the citizens are buying plots of 10 - 15 acres, mostly in more than 60 km from the city. For the empty lot people are willing to pay 3.52 million rubles. But there are, of course, exceptions: in Ohtinskom park, which is just 20 km from the city, was purchased a plot size of 75 hectare for 15 000 000!
Themselves developers autumn decline in sales attributed to the confusion of draft laws concerning agricultural land, and discount tour operators. In late August, Ministry of Regional Development has published a law that prohibits any construction on agricultural land. Accordingly, if the bill is adopted, the construction of residential projects will be conducted on the lands of settlements, which constitute only 3% of the territory, according to Eurosib-development. "
Not surprisingly, the bill introduced some confusion among both builders and buyers. According to Maxim Krasnenko, CEO of NevaInvestProekt, even if we accept the new law, it will not ruin low-rise construction, developers simply include their agricultural land in the line of settlements and transferred them to private habitation. At the same time, they will pay attention not only to build communication and social facilities, and it is even beneficial to citizens.