Who is more profitable to buy an apartment in a new building
Who is more profitable to buy an apartment in novostroitelnaya in the new building: “around a corner cheaper!”.
Sometimes apartments in one new building are sold simultaneously by a General contractor, a co-investor Agency, or a developer. And everyone has their own prices! In this variety, the buyer is no wonder and get confused. And yet, who is more profitable to buy a house from?
There is no clear answer, it all depends mainly on the circumstances.
Let’s say the buyer does not want to “bother” and buys a house from the “first comer”.
Previously, in such cases, the client overpaid, and after carefully studying the market and all available offers, the client saved. This is quite logical. But today, experts say, the situation has changed dramatically. First, the supply exceeded the demand due to the crisis, the apartment became more difficult to sell than to buy, so the services of real estate agencies are now paid not by buyers, but by developers. Secondly, the real estate market has become more civilized, and consumers are more literate, so if the same object is more expensive to offer than “around the corner”, the chances of implementing it are reduced to zero. Third, now most developers with contractors and investors no longer pay with apartments, barter has almost completely given way to monetary transactions. However, barter is still common in the regions, and it is also common in the capital. Agencies are sometimes contacted by contractors of new buildings in the capital, who were paid for the amount of work performed with apartments.
It happens that the developer urgently needs money to continue construction, but can not sell apartments to individuals, since the 214-FZ allows to implement the object only after approval and obtaining all permits. Investor companies are always ready to help, ready to buy a whole entrance in a new building or even a house in complexes under construction for a certain discount. But both investors and contractors are no longer trying to sell housing on their own, and often turn to realtors in 90%.