Price and quality offered in the villages with contract houses will be comparable to the cost of self-construction home "- this tendency at yesterday's conference landowners and developers to" low-rise Russia "CEO of the communication group" Zemer "Ilya Terentyev.
Related article: China's real estate market may collapse soonConference on "low-rise Russia" was organized by the UK "Absolute Management and Training Centre for REMI. Organizers have collected large landowners and developers of suburban real estate, to discuss the current preferences of customers, technology, low-rise building and share their experiences implementing villages of prefabricated houses.
According to CEO, Miel Investment in low-rise construction, Oleg Stupenkova, with a wide selection of modern technologies of low-rise building our consumer remains conservative. Held Miel poll showed that 64% of consumers would like to build a house on the traditional technology (primarily of brick), and only 22% are willing to consider other options are available.
Interest in low-rise construction, while continuing to grow, said the professor of the Academy of National Economy Elena Ivankina. Despite the overall decline in new housing construction in Russia, putting low-rise buildings has increased from 19.8 million square meters. m in 2006 to 28.5 million square meters. m in 2009. "Low-rise building - it's own plot of land, environment and comfort of living and maintenance costs of such housing is comparable to the cost of city apartment," - explained the increasing demand for low-rise houses Elena Ivankina.
Settlements of low-rise housing in need of a high level of engineering equipment, said the head of territorial development of the Criminal Code "Absolute Management Vladimir Tarelkin. "However, in the Moscow region is poorly developed physical infrastructure.
On the business presses monopoly organizations issuing the permit for the installation of communications and networks. All this translates to developers at great risks to ensure the quality of built infrastructure, land and delaying timing of the projects, "- says Vladimir Tarelkin problem.
According to the representative HMLA Basil Chudaeva, the government expects that in 2015 low-rise housing will be 60% of the total input of new housing in the country.
Two months ago, HMLA including integrated low-rise residential projects in the "Stimulus", developed in early 2010 specifically to encourage lending to property developers. "We hope that in five years at least 50% of the portfolio HMLA have to low-rise projects," - concluded Basil miracle.