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“The most common purchase price range is 5,800,000 to 14,616,000 rubles,” Kobzareva said. “But [apartments] can go for as high as 40,385,000 to 73,000,000 rubles.” It is important to research the developer’s reputation and choose one who is well known in the market. And you will not find your dream house or cottage within city limits. “Another Moscow particularity is that within the city, residents can only purchase an apartment,” Kobzareva said. “Families who would like to have their own house can find it only out of town.”  

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