In Ukraine, in a small village, a three-room apartment can be bought for one to two thousand dollars. In such a dwelling there will be no centralized heating and repair.
This is stated in the data of a major real estate portal. So, in the village of Rodnikovka, Kirovograd region, a three-room apartment with an area of 64 square meters is being sold for $800 dollars. To Kirovograd – 50 km.
“I will sell a three-room apartment in the village of Rodnikovka, Aleksandrovsky district, Kirovograd region, (50 km from Kirovograd), without repair, total area 64 sq. M. Living area – 39 squares, water heating. There is a cellar, a room for firewood and coal , there is a well with water nearby in the yard,” the ad says.
In Kamenny Brod, Zhytomyr region, a three-room apartment of only 44 square meters is being sold for $2,300. In total, the house has two floors.
A compact three-room apartment for sale on the first floor of a two-story building at the address: town. Stone Brid, st. 3 m2. The apartment, although with an old renovation, but has a living condition, warm, neat. You can enter and live,” the announcement says.
In Buchman, Zhytomyr region, a three-room apartment with an area of almost 70 square meters is being sold for $2,500. The apartment is located in a two-story apartment building.
“I will sell a three-room apartment in a two-story house, on the second floor, in the village of Buchmany, Zhytomyr region. Without repair, stove heating, there is gas in the house. The house is made of red brick, warm. Without debts. in the ad.
Note that for the same price in a dacha cooperative you can buy a small two-story house without communications.
As GLOBAL HAPPENINGS wrote earlier, prices for renting apartments in Ukraine will not change in the near future. Without economic growth, it is not necessary to count on a significant increase in the cost of real estate.
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