It would seem that not everyone can afford a house in an organized cottage village with developed infrastructure and a full range of civilization benefits, like a decent apartment in Moscow. Nevertheless, demand in all segments of the construction market with a steady increase in the welfare of Russians continues to increase, and developers sometimes do not keep up with customer requests.
The trouble with today’s suburban real estate market is that the cottages for sale rarely coincide with the ideal that has developed in dreams. “There are offers on our market,” says Elena Solovyova, vice president of the Nizhny Novgorod Realtors Guild, “but no one needs what is offered. Continue reading