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The state proposes to limit the resale of apartments in the "Far East Quarters"

The state proposes to limit the resale of apartments in the "Far East Quarters"
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The state proposes to limit the resale of apartments in the "Far Eastern quarters" for five years. This will help avoid speculation in the low-cost housing market under the program.

As the Interfax, Vitaly Altabaev, Director of the Department for Development of Priority Territories of the Far East and the Arctic of the Ministry for the Development of the Russian Far East, spoke about this. According to him, a proposal is being discussed to sell apartments in houses built under this program through a single portal, and no more than one apartment for one buyer. For the state, they want to establish a priority purchase of up to 25% of housing to provide benefits to beneficiaries.

The issue of introducing encumbrances on the sale of apartments in the Far Eastern districts for a period of five years is also being considered, and in the event of a forced sale, to oblige the owner of the apartments to return the difference in cost saved during the purchase.

In September, IAA EastRussia reported that residential development will begin in nine regions of the Far East under the program "Far Eastern quarter"... The RF Ministry for the Development of the Russian Far East, within the framework of EEF-21, has concluded appropriate agreements with the authorities of Sakhalin, Amur Region, Jewish Autonomous Region, Buryatia, Yakutia, Kamchatka, Transbaikal, Primorsky and Khabarovsk Territories.

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