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Realization of FFU freed objects is a unique practice for the country
Realization of real estate objects, which the Far Eastern Federal University (FEFU) released on the mainland after moving to the campus on Russky Island, is a unique practice, given the volume of areas and the specifics of the sale. This opinion was expressed by the president of the Far Eastern Guild of Realtors, the representative of the President of the Russian Guild of Realtors in the Far Eastern Federal District Vladimir Kaplinsky, the press service of the university reports.
The sale of property under the operational management of the Far Eastern Federal University is carried out as part of the execution of the order of the Government of the Russian Federation... The organization of the sale of the first 17 objects is carried out by the EY company, with which a contract for the right to conduct electronic auctions was concluded as a result of competitive procedures.
The President of the Far Eastern Guild of Realtors also noted that such a large-scale project is interesting not only from a professional point of view, but also strategically - it is an opportunity to show the Russian real estate market from a new attractive side.
FEFU real estate objects in Vladivostok, Ussuriysk and Partizansk, which are included first of all, will be implemented in stages, during 2014-2015. Bidding on the four lots already on display will take place. September 11 (applications are accepted until September September 3). To the implementation of the presented premises in the administrative building on the street. Svetlanskaya, 165, four-story building on the street. Pushkinskaya, 41, as well as barracks and a garage in Partizansk. Another auction for the sale of non-residential buildings in Ussuriysk scheduled for October 6 (applications are accepted until September 29).