CHOOSE THE BEST LOCATIONS FOR LIFE TOGETHER WITH DELIGHT REALTY
Delight Realty began its successful career in the Moscow real estate market in May 1993. At that time, the main activity of the company was rent of housing stock. For lack of new high-quality houses, those who were built in the center of the capital in the late 70s and 80s of the last century were called elite, and were intended for the Soviet nomenclature. They were built of light brick, and the general characteristic of such a dwelling was the increased footage of the premises. Prices for quality real estate ranged from 1500 to 4000 dollars. So, a good two-room apartment was estimated at 1500 US dollars per month, and three or four rooms in the range of 3000-4000. The end of the 90's can be commemorated as a new era in the construction of Moscow real estate. After all, it was during this period that the Moscow developers presented the first houses of the modern level on the market. Since then, several hundred new elites have appeared in the capital. And even more business-class houses built in the center and located near it in ecologically clean areas, which by area and level of security differ little from housing with high status. It is the sale of real estate in the houses of this category and has become the second line of activity of the agency Delight Realty. The capital is changing, the country is changing. But no matter what metamorphosis has occurred recently in the economy, the elite housing market in the capital demonstrates enviable stability. Apartments in prestigious homes are still a reliable investment in the short and long term. If you compare prices for metropolitan square meters with other major European and American cities, you can see their significant potential for growth. Elite real estate in Moscow is still interesting to buyers. And not the last reason for the enduring popularity is the change in the conditions of the capital's life for the better. It becomes more comfortable. The capital authorities are solving the transport collapse. The number of pedestrian zones is increasing. With the change of fleet the air becomes cleaner and the ecology of the region as a whole improves. The cultural life of the Russian capital is one of the most intense in Europe. And the charisma of Moscow and its history, which preserves the memory of great people - from Pushkin to Chekhov, from Tsvetaeva to Tarkovsky, make this city even more attractive. The high activity of the real estate market speaks about changes for the better or, at least, about the confidence of the metropolitan residents in the future of our economy.