Monthly Archives: November 2018
“Is it easy to live in a high-rise building?” – this topic of our campaign “City of Wonderful Ideas” caused heated debate among the residents of the capital. Twice, KP correspondents gathered full houses on the streets of the city, and each time it was difficult for the people of Kiev to say exactly where it is better to live – on the lower floor or on the upper.
We have heard enough pros and cons (the most compelling read below). “And yet – what floor would you call ideal?” – we did not relent. Then it turned out that it was both more comfortable and safer to live on the 2nd-4th floor. “Better yet, get rich quicker and buy a house in the country!” – finally, the people of Kiev admitted. Continue reading
The main problem for future residents of the Moscow Region is still the traffic load of the most popular destinations: Rublevo-Uspensky, Yaroslavsky, Leningradsky and Dmitrovsky. This is all the more true since your own car is the main mode of transportation. The point is not only in comfort, but also in the fact that getting from the hardware to the house will usually take at least half an hour. In addition, at night, hiking through the forest will not please anyone.
Therefore, realtors have no choice but to make a rating of busy routes for their customers and tell them what, how and when the authorities of Moscow and the Moscow Region plan to unload. The interest of citizens in their own home is severely restrained by the poorly developed infrastructure of organized villages. In most of the existing villages, there are still no schools, shops, medical institutions. Although, in fairness, it is worth noting that in the villages under construction, developers offer newcomers a gentlemanly infrastructure kit. Continue reading
In the face of constantly rising prices in the capital’s real estate market, the vector of consumer demand began to move more actively from urban apartments to suburban housing. The main reason for the growth in demand for cottages near Moscow is the attractiveness of suburban supply compared to urban housing. According to experts, this picture is emerging in all sectors of the market.
The usual drawbacks of living in a Moscow apartment – growing traffic jams, gas, stress, noise – when buying urban housing in the last year or two, the factor of incredibly increased real estate prices has been added. Under the influence of all this, many Muscovites are increasingly thinking about buying a decent country house instead of an apartment in a standard high-rise a la business class. Continue reading