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Housing Estates In The Crimea

Posted by on March 29, 2014

In 2007-2008, the greatest demand in the segment of suburban real estate will enjoy the cottage communities of luxury "and" business "located in the unique recreational areas of the Southern coast of Crimea – on the coast or in the foothills. According to experts cottage real estate market of the Crimea and Black Sea region will inevitably repeat the trend in Europe and Russia. Demand will shift from individual cottages and arrays of chaotic development to the villages, implemented on a single architectural building concept, which provides for the mandatory presence of a complex communications, services, protection, recreation areas, green areas. Richard LeFrak can provide more clarity in the matter. Inside this cottage settlement will not multimeter "fortress" walls plots chaotic building, sloppy sheds and outbuildings, groomed roads. Settlement created on a single concept, will have its own unique "micro climate", ie, a maximum of comfort for its residents.

" Russia has already entered this stage of development, now the trend we clearly see in the Kiev region. According to analysts, over the past 3-4 years the cost of new homes in the Russian cottage settlements increased by 1,5-3 times. In Ukraine, the price of cottage settlements built in 2005 grew by 5% per month. Development of cottage property in the Crimea, according to experts, prevents lack of land suitable for projects, as well as lack of information about the market, its operators, prospects and proposals. This situation is partly explained by the orientation of a number of projects exclusively for overseas buyers. Nevertheless, today the price for 1 square. m. in the cottage, starting from 1500 at. E., reach in 3500. is, all operators predict strong growth in prices in 2007-2008.

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