Moving more and more towards the East and leaving Europe, we arrive in a land that has always managed to stand out in the world. Protagonist of the cold war opposed to the United States of America, famous for its strong national and cultural identity, Russia is a land really rich in opportunities. There have been many investors who, in recent years, have decided to opt for this immense nation, with the desire to improve their lives, perhaps starting from scratch. Are you afraid you can make some mistakes? Don't worry! We at Realigro have created a mini guide made to measure for you!
Buying a property in Russia has never been so simple! So, if you are ready and especially armed with paper and pen, we can start!
Let's start with some notions of geography (which never hurts!).
With its extension that includes part of Europe and Asia, Russia is the largest state in the world and has eleven time zones. It is therefore impossible to give a single geographical definition of this land, given its size. But the major cities share a still living history and an impressive artistic culture.
Among the elements that make this state undoubtedly unique in the world, we identify the climate. The famous Russian winter is not suitable for everyone. Temperatures can even reach -30°C. The language spoken is obviously Russian, and you know it is a particularly difficult language. But even in this case, as always, English can always come in handy!
The Russian population is not as cold and insensitive as expected in the collective imagination. Russia, however, has a very strong potential: the numerous job opportunities. Given the large size of the territory, offers different types of employment, which is why, it is really easy to be able to enter the world of work in Russia. In summary, we can say that it all depends on the area that you decide to examine. On average, the Russian salary is about 580 euros, which corresponds to 43,000 RUB. In this case, however, we must exclude more important realities such as Moscow and St. Petersburg, where, of course, the cost of living and salaries is much higher. Let's analyze in detail what we want to understand.
Lunch or Dinner in the Restaurant 6,95 €
Milk (1 litre) 3,07 €
Bread (500 grams) 0,43 €
Rice (1 kg) 0,39 €
Eggs (12) 0,99 €
Local cheese (1 kg) 3,08 €
Chicken breast (1 kg) 1,62 €
Red meat (1 kg) 3,01 €
Apples (1 kg) 0,55 €
Monthly utilities 94,40 €
Single ticket (local transport)0,35 €
Last but not least is the key area of our mini guide: real estate. how much and where should you buy a property? It starts with minimum prices such as 30,000 euros for small apartments, while 90 euros monthly for the rental of a property in Moscow.
What can I say, now you won't have any more problems: Russia is waiting for you!