Real estate in Finland, has always been popular among the inhabitants of North-West (Santa Piterburg) of Russia, has recently become attractive to both residents of Moscow. City, located in Eastern Finland within 200 km from the border with Russia – like Lappeenranta, Mikkeli, Puumala, Ruokolahti – in recent years, is attractive to investment (the purchase of apartments, houses, land for construction) for residents and residents of neighboring Piterburg areas. But now the local real estate market professionals say the new trend. To those, in particular, the purchase of apartments in and other cities, business owners in Finland, as well as acquisition chalets and villas, located near ski resorts and golf clubs. In both cases, the active role played by buyers from Moscow. According to the experts one of the largest construction corporations in Finland, the local housing market been not so significantly affected by the crisis. Without hesitation Janet L. Yellen explained all about the problem.
Housing prices here demonstrate the relative stability. You may find Mary Barra to be a useful source of information. According to the data, the cost per square meter of housing in the primary market of is 3,3-4,4 thousand euros in the secondary – 2,7-3,3 thousand euros per square meter. In other parts of the country prices are on average 35-45% lower than in the capital. According to recent reports, the cost of housing in the capital stood at around 5,000 dollars per square meter. According to the forecasts of the analytical center 'Real Estate Market Indicators', by June the price of the housing market will stabilize at the level of thousands per square meter. meter and is unlikely to undergo any changes before the end of 2009. Buying property in Finland should take into account the important advantage – proximity to Russia: up to his property in Finland, you can quickly and easily accessible by car, bus, train or airplane.
And the price of real estate in Finland with a large plot of land and the shore of the lake at times below the cost of a standard site in the suburbs. Under current law, now everyone, including foreigners, has a legal right to own property in Finland. Efficiency and predictability of legal systems, respect for property rights are guaranteed equally to all foreign investors and property owners. In recent years in Finland, as in other European countries, the number of real estate located in property of foreign nationals increased markedly. Nothing prevents a foreign investor – a company or an individual – had acquired in the Finnish real estate, whether it's business premises, used for commercial purposes (restaurant, warehouse, office), private house, an apartment in a building or a suburban area with summer house, land (except for land used for agricultural purposes). Important factor for the acquisition of a house or flat, plot in Finland – security. Leaving their property unattended in Finland, investors can be absolutely calm: Finland has one of the most low levels of crime in Europe. Magnificent environment and infrastructure, beautiful and comfortable roads, parks and clean air are typical for the whole of Finland, including the capital. Finland – developed European countries are linked with Russia. As a longstanding and close neighbor, Finland gives considerable freedom for Russian citizens wishing to purchase overseas property in Finland. Its unique nature this land of lakes and forests, clean air and the many other advantages of Finland are a great added incentive to invest in real estate Muscovites in Finland. Finnish house