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About a third — 31 percent — of Russians would like in the future to buy a cottage. This is evidenced by the results of a corresponding survey conducted by VTSIOM. A study published on the website of the organization.
As found by the interviewers, approximately 42 percent of residents of Russian cities already own vacation property. In five years, the number of vacationers decreased by four percent. Among those who have at the moment, no housing outside the city, to purchase it would over half of the citizens.
Greatest want to buy a cottage show young people aged 18 to 24 years (74% in this group expressed such a desire) and 25 to 34 years (76 percent). Don’t want to own vacation property predominantly elderly group older than 60 years from the acquisition of the cottages refused to be 81 percent of respondents. Overall, 46 percent of those who have no garden, have said they do not want to buy it.
According to the survey, the desire to buy a dacha in most cases due to the desire to grow vegetables and fruit — this reason was indicated 59 percent of respondents. 48 of the respondents simply want to relax and have fun outside the city, 30 percent want to do a decorative design of sites.
In may of this year for Russian vacationers started looking into using drones. The Russian state register thus identifies violators of land legislation.
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