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More than two-thirds — 72 percent — living in Moscow and planning to buy a new home in the city, not ready to consider residential complexes being built near major sites. This is evidenced by the results of a study conducted by analysts GK “FSK”.
Experts analyzed the consumer preferences of the residents of the 29th district of Moscow, ready to purchase housing in new buildings in the years 2019-2021. The results showed that the most adverse “neighbor” the future settlers believe the dump, 47% refuse to live next to the existing plant, and another 38 percent don’t choose a house near the cemetery.
Among the objects, the proximity of buildings which minimizes the probability of making a purchase decision, Muscovites included the noisy highway (29 per cent), Railways (19%), CHP (14%) and residential houses standing too close (11%).
The disadvantages, reducing the attractiveness of the house, but not nullifying it, the townspeople attributed to the remoteness from metro stations (this option was chosen by 30 percent of respondents), the same type of old housing stock (27%), shortage of cafes and restaurants (24 percent), shopping centers (17 percent), sports (14 percent) and medical (11 percent) infrastructure.
According to analysts, 71 percent of Muscovites expressed a willingness to put up with any of these deficiencies, provided that the complex under construction is located near a Park or the apartment offers the ten percent cheaper than the average for the district.
Earlier in may, the Moscow settlers talked about their favorite types of window. The majority — about 30 percent of home buyers in the capital prefer an apartment with a view of the Park.
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