Premium housing market - 2017. Minsk, Belarus

CONTENT

1. Premium housing projects implemented in Minsk in 2013-2016

Address. Year of construction beginning. Year of commissioning. Number of floors. Walling material. Number of apartments. Number of rooms. Metric area of apartments. Cost per 1 square meter. Ceiling height. Finishing. Parking lot.

Architectural and other features of the built facilities

Layout peculiarities (pros and cons)

Share of sold apartments

Customer's profile

Sales policy (pros and cons, factors of demand)

2. Premium housing construction projects under implementation and preparation for implementation. 2017 +

Address. Year of construction beginning. Year of commissioning. Number of floors. Walling material. Number of apartments. Number of rooms. Metric area of apartments. Cost per 1 square meter. Ceiling height. Finishing. Parking lot.

Architectural and other features of the built facilities

Layout peculiarities (pros and cons)

Share of sold apartments

Customer's profile

Sales policy (pros and cons, factors of demand)

3. Profile of transactions made in the secondary and primary premium market in 2016-2017

Address. Area. Number of rooms. Metric area (total). Full name. Sex. Year of birth. Citizenship. Ground for state registration (inheritance, purchase/sale)

4. Who and how chooses premium housing

In-depth interviews with sellers and buyers

5. Peculiarities of sales. Main business risks

In-depth interviews with developers and sellers

6. Technical analysis of facilities

D3

Olympic Park

Villa Riva

Prestizhino

Promenade

Pier

Slavyansky Block

House on Myastrovskaya Street

7. Characteristics of premium housing in the neighboring markets (Warsaw, Riga, Vilnius, Tallinn, London, Berlin, Paris)

Characteristics

Examples of projects

COST: USD 4, 350.00



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