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Housing privatization

Published: April 23, 2014 (Issue # 1807)


The end of the states privatization program for apartments is well-known to be continually delayed. Recently, the deadline for its completion was set for Mar. 1, 2015. However, not everyone is ready to privatize their apartment because of fears over tax burden or due to other various difficulties such as a former spouse being registered in the apartment.

As a result there is a large segment of non-privatized housing stock with many people wishing to sell their apartments and move to another district or a new house, to be closer to green areas or, vice versa, those who are tired of commuting and want to live closer to the city center.

There are a number of solutions for these people.

54 Meters, a licensed St. Petersburg real estate agent, works on just such projects.

Our specialists will help you privatize your housing and will carry out the following procedures for non-privatized properties:

1. Housing privatization (transfer of ownership of premises occupied by citizens of the Russian Federation from state or municipal housing stock).

The process of privatization of municipal housing in Russia is lengthy and time-consuming and requires that a number of essential documents be gathered as well as obtaining the consent of all family members living in the apartment before handing over documents to the state for registration and a contract. The approach to document collection should be competent, since timing of the privatization process depends on this phase.

Our experts can prepare documents for privatization by proxy, and performance of this procedure will take a minimum amount of time!

The privatization procedure is a time-consuming process, at all stages of which may cause significant difficulties for those who are underprepared. They require a lot of time and effort for people without either experience in this business or no legal expertise. There are a lot of pitfalls in this are, including the definition of the range of subjects of the law.

You can trust our qualified experienced specialists!

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Wednesday, Sept. 3


Although thesand sculptures at the Peter and Paul Fortress are more centrally located and therefore more visible to the throngs of tourists, the 300th Anniversary Park of St. Petersburgs own collection closes today so fans of the classic beach activity should get there while they can.



Thursday, Sept. 4


Vladimir I. Danchenkov, Head of Baltic Customs, will be in attendance during AmChams Customs and Transportation Committee Meeting convening this afternoon at the organizations office near St. Isaacs Square at 3 p.m.



Friday, Sept. 5


Scrabble lovers and chess masters get their chance to assert their intellectual dominance at the return of the British Book Centers Board Game Evenings tonight. Held weekly on Friday nights, the event gives both board game lovers and those hoping to improve their English the chance to meet, greet and compete. Check out the centers VK page for more details.



Saturday, Sept. 6


Athletes will relish the chance to get the latest gear and try out something new at I Choose Sport, an annual event at Lenexpo forum that plans to welcome more than 30,000 people this week to the international exhibition center. Not only will visitors get to try their hand at various athletic endeavors but they will also be able to peruse equipment that can fulfill their dreams of becoming a champion.


Local KHL team SKA St. Petersburg open their season this evening at home against Lokomotiv Yarovslavl at the Ice Palace arena next to the Prospekt Bolshevikov metro station. See their website for a full schedule and available tickets.



Sunday, Sept. 7


Check out retro and antique cars at Fort Konstantin on Kronstadt Island in the Gulf of Finland at FORTuna, a yearly car festival that highlights the eccentricities of the Soviet automobile industry. A car race, contests and a stunt show will give visitors a chance to rev their engines.



Monday, Sept. 8


This evening marks the opening of the two-week ballet festival High Season at the Mikhailovsky Theater. Check the theaters website for more details about performances and featured dancers.



Tuesday, Sept. 9


Discuss the latest news and issues at the AmCham Hazardous Waste Management Roundtable this morning in the Tango Conference Hall of the Sokos Hotel Palace Bridge on Birzhevoy Pereulok. Starting at 9 a.m., planned topics include the Krasny Bor landfill and waste transportation between Russia and Finland.


Learn more about the citys modern architectural trends at the SPIBA Real Estate and Construction Committees meeting on the topic Contemporary Petersburg Style: What is It? Participants will get the chance to discuss whats in-demand with RBI Holdings Irina Petrova and Lubava Pryanikova, and the current state of the local real estate market. Please confirm your attendance by Sept. 5 through SPIBAs website if you wish to attend.



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