The requirements of Muscovites for houses for celebrating the New Year are disclosed

“MIEL”: Muscovites are looking for New Year's cottages with saunas for 10-20 people

real estate comes from companies of 10-20 people. They are looking for houses with all amenities, several bedrooms, a spacious common area, with a bath or a sauna, according to the materials of the MIEL agency provided to

Realtors have revealed the requirements of Muscovites for cottages to celebrate the New Year. According to them, the most common rental period is from December 31 to January 2 or 3. At the same time, the cost of renting for three or four holidays often exceeds the monthly rate for the same house during the normal period. “In this way, landlords are trying to compensate for the potential damage that may be caused to the house during the New Year holidays,” experts explain.

The Moscow region has a good selection of cottages that can accommodate families and friends, they point out. So, a two-story house with a Russian bath with a total area of ​​130 square meters, 65 kilometers from the Moscow Ring Road along the Simferopol highway for a period from December 30 to January 3 is offered for 100 thousand rubles. Usually, its rental cost is 70 thousand rubles a month.

A two-storey cottage with an area of ​​380 “squares” 23 kilometers from the Moscow Ring Road along the Kiev highway is rented for 200 thousand rubles for the period from December 29 to January 3 for six human. The cost of this cottage for a long time is 160 thousand rubles a month.

A 210-meter two-story mansion can be rented from December 31 to January 2 30 kilometers from the Moscow Ring Road along the Gorkovskoye Highway for 120 thousand rubles. The owners are ready to receive no more than eight guests. At normal times, the cost of this option is 110 thousand rubles per month.

It was previously reported that the demand for renting suburban real estate in Russia for the year increased by 19 percent. In November, compared with October indicators, the demand for rental housing outside the cities increased by 39 percent. In annual terms, the popularity of the “fence” has grown most of all in Dagestan – by 2.2 times.