Not so long ago, at the very beginning of the active growth of the suburban real estate market, developers took their fashion to include a considerable number of infrastructure in the diverse projects of cottage villages, which implied trade, entertainment, sports and service facilities that were intended for more full and high-quality life within the village itself.
All those who purchased suburban real estate sooner or later, but faced the problem of the absence of any stores and anyone around. In such cases, it is practically unrealistic to buy meat, water, food, etc. It is also amazing that all those who rest in the summer in a country house, one way or another, are missing in their city apartment and especially in urban quality and type of life: children need playgrounds and communication, they want to swim, and their parents want to swim. In fact they want the same.
So we come to the conclusion that in cottage villages the developed infrastructure is very necessary, but here you need to know a kind of measure. So what is actually a useful and necessary infrastructure in cottage villages? Ernest Erokhin – Head of the Department of Investment Management, answers the question posed as follows: “The appearance of a particular infrastructure depends on the specific class of the village and on the remoteness of it from the city …”.
In this case, the infrastructure plays the role of a certain bait for the consumer, increasing the attractiveness of the village itself. It is also interesting that in the cottage villages of the economy class the infrastructure is not provided for. And everything, including the price, depends on the number of houses in the village and its status.