According Badaeva, plots without a contract is still up in the town market at least 70% of demand, but some developers have already launched projects to gradually reoriented to "finished product". "In our village" Shelestovo we also decided to build 20 homes, although initially the settlement was designed "without a contract" - said Badaev.
Related article: Number of new cottage settlements increased over the year by 10%Another important trend in the market in anticipation of the summer was washed out of investment transactions. "95% of the land is acquired for themselves. And if previously purchased plots without a contract are often vacant for years, now about 70-80% of buyers in the Istra valley immediately after the transaction start to design a house "- said Badaev. In addition, more potential buyers of suburban housing in selecting homes appreciate not stated in the project infrastructure, and already built.
Badaev also added that last year and was able to fire this summer increased demand for western and northern areas of Moscow region. "Some of our customers have recognized that, before an emergency summer of 2010 saw for the purchase of the Yaroslavl region, Simferopol and other low-cost areas, but then changed the preferences. Environmentalists say the safest in terms of fires (such as peat and wood) are Istra, Volokolamsk and Ruza district near Moscow ", - said the CEO of Vector Investments.