Which Moscow district is preferable for foreign home buyers?
Sun Mar 31, 2024 from 04:00 PM to 05:00 PM
Timezone : Europe/Paris
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Which Moscow district is preferable for foreign home buyers?
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Absolutely everything is expensive, including housing, especially luxury housing. But this does not frighten foreign buyers at all, but rather the opposite. Demand for real estate in Moscow is growing steadily. And strange as it may seem, foreign investors consider such an investment to be very profitable. The way a foreign buyer chooses an apartment is somewhat different from the way a Russian buyer chooses one. All the little things are important to us - convenient parking, security and a concierge, which are not of particular importance to a foreigner...

After did a resident permission or visa like here https://moscowestates.com/residence-permit-in-russia/ many foreigners associate the choice of future housing with the external environment - the view from the window plays an important role. Many foreigners, when buying real estate in Moscow, prefer to choose an apartment with a view of architectural monuments, churches, or simply the beautiful embankment. Foreigners rarely buy apartments in the Moscow region. Thus, new and fairly well-finished apartments outside the Moscow Ring Road are mainly of interest to foreign citizens of neighboring countries. Citizens of non-CIS countries have slightly different interests.
 
For many years, the French have not relinquished the lead in purchasing residential real estate in Moscow. The historically determined cultural and economic relations between our countries go very deep, and therefore many of the majority of French companies with brands consider it their duty to have a representative office in Moscow. Moreover, the French are impressed by the ancient architecture of Moscow, so they try to choose apartments in old historical areas, especially in Zamoskvorechye, where the French Embassy is located, as well as on Chistye and Patriarch’s Ponds.
 
Current prices for apartments in Moscow
 
The main criteria by which French buyers evaluate their potential purchase are high ceilings, a beautiful façade of the building, bright and spacious entrances, as well as the apartment’s short distance from the office where they work; walking is very welcome. At the same time, the French buyer will not be at all embarrassed by the fact that they are purchasing real estate in a communal apartment and the cost of the housing they choose costs from 8 thousand dollars per 1 sq. m. meter.

Turks, who are actively introducing the construction business in Moscow, are impressed by new buildings in Kuntsevo and Krylatsky district with an estimated cost of 6 thousand dollars per 1 square meter.
 
Americans, who are quite tolerant of traffic jams, unlike lovers of architectural delights from old Europe, prefer more comfortable housing and sometimes opt for suburban areas, surrounding themselves with simple layouts and pockets of wildlife, sometimes at the expense of proximity to the office.
 
Many Americans, as well as the majority of foreigners, find it difficult to understand how Russians manage to live in standard apartments with one bathroom and no auxiliary facilities; for this reason, they prefer to live in cottage villages, where housing is adapted to their usual national format. The cost of townhouses usually starts from 8 thousand dollars per 1 sq. m. meter.
Representatives of Foggy Albion, accustomed in their homeland to inconveniences similar to ours (small living spaces and frequent lack of hot water), like the French, prefer to settle in the center.
 
They do not give preference to the historical center, and are quite happy with housing on Goncharnaya, Kosmodamianskaya and other embankments. Price per 1 sq. meter for them is preferable from 7 thousand dollars per 1 sq. meter.
For Israelis, infrastructure and investment attractiveness are important. They are impressed by the areas of Belorussky Station, Tverskaya and Kutuzovsky Prospekt. The cost of housing is from 7 thousand dollars per 1 sq. m. meter.
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2024-03-31 16:00:00 2024-03-31 17:00:00 Europe/Paris Which Moscow district is preferable for foreign home buyers? Reservations on : https://www.billetweb.fr/which-moscow-district-is-preferable-for-foreign-home-buyers -- Absolutely everything is expensive, including housing, especially luxury housing. But this does not frighten foreign buyers at all, but rather the opposite. Demand for real estate in Moscow is growing steadily. And strange as it may seem, foreign investors consider such an investment to be very profitable. The way a foreign buyer chooses an apartment is somewhat different from the way a Russian buyer chooses one. All the little things are important to us - convenient parking, security and a concierge, which are not of particular importance to a foreigner... After did a resident permission or visa like here https://moscowestates.com/residence-permit-in-russia/ many foreigners associate the choice of future housing with the external environment - the view from the window plays an important role. Many foreigners, when buying real estate in Moscow, prefer to choose an apartment with a view of architectural monuments, churches, or simply the beautiful embankment. Foreigners rarely buy apartments in the Moscow region. Thus, new and fairly well-finished apartments outside the Moscow Ring Road are mainly of interest to foreign citizens of neighboring countries. Citizens of non-CIS countries have slightly different interests.   For many years, the French have not relinquished the lead in purchasing residential real estate in Moscow. The historically determined cultural and economic relations between our countries go very deep, and therefore many of the majority of French companies with brands consider it their duty to have a representative office in Moscow. Moreover, the French are impressed by the ancient architecture of Moscow, so they try to choose apartments in old historical areas, especially in Zamoskvorechye, where the French Embassy is located, as well as on Chistye and Patriarch’s Ponds.   Current prices for apartments in Moscow   The main criteria by which French buyers evaluate their potential purchase are high ceilings, a beautiful façade of the building, bright and spacious entrances, as well as the apartment’s short distance from the office where they work; walking is very welcome. At the same time, the French buyer will not be at all embarrassed by the fact that they are purchasing real estate in a communal apartment and the cost of the housing they choose costs from 8 thousand dollars per 1 sq. m. meter. Turks, who are actively introducing the construction business in Moscow, are impressed by new buildings in Kuntsevo and Krylatsky district with an estimated cost of 6 thousand dollars per 1 square meter.   Americans, who are quite tolerant of traffic jams, unlike lovers of architectural delights from old Europe, prefer more comfortable housing and sometimes opt for suburban areas, surrounding themselves with simple layouts and pockets of wildlife, sometimes at the expense of proximity to the office.   Many Americans, as well as the majority of foreigners, find it difficult to understand how Russians manage to live in standard apartments with one bathroom and no auxiliary facilities; for this reason, they prefer to live in cottage villages, where housing is adapted to their usual national format. The cost of townhouses usually starts from 8 thousand dollars per 1 sq. m. meter. Representatives of Foggy Albion, accustomed in their homeland to inconveniences similar to ours (small living spaces and frequent lack of hot water), like the French, prefer to settle in the center.   They do not give preference to the historical center, and are quite happy with housing on Goncharnaya, Kosmodamianskaya and other embankments. Price per 1 sq. meter for them is preferable from 7 thousand dollars per 1 sq. meter. For Israelis, infrastructure and investment attractiveness are important. They are impressed by the areas of Belorussky Station, Tverskaya and Kutuzovsky Prospekt. The cost of housing is from 7 thousand dollars per 1 sq. m. meter. - Art Reports
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