Rustam Aliyev, partner of Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner (Russia) LLP (formerly in Russia – Goltsblat BLP), on the activity of Russian and foreign investors, prospects for transactions, trust and compromises. – Rustam, please clarify to readers what transformation has occurred with your company? – At the beginning of the year, we teamed up with the American company Bryan Cave, and as a result of this merger, a global transatlantic company emerged. This was necessary in order to most fully realize the interests of our customers, who are now striving to diversify their activities and expand into various regions. In addition, the merger with Bryan Cave was a logical continuation of the strategy that the company adhered to initially. Continue reading
“Ah, how everything has changed! That’s when I changed 10 years ago … “Realtors hear these words constantly from their clients. Yes, for the 22 years that I worked in real estate, a lot has really changed. I will not touch upon the legal side, probably, everyone knows that, for example, there is no paper certificate of ownership on paper now. There are other major changes to the workflow.
I do not want to talk about this, but about the real estate market, and about the formation of prices in this market. Today’s market, I would describe as a bundle. Let’s take a closer look at the segments of the housing market in St. Petersburg.
This article opens a series of articles on the state of the real estate market of St. Petersburg, both secondary and primary. What affects the price and demand in the market? How to evaluate your real estate? Continue reading
A paradise for investors and businessmen is the second name of the city of Dubai. The plans of Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum, the ruler of Dubai, and the government of the emirate as a whole are reduced, according to their own statements, to create a “safe paradise” here. We must pay tribute to the efforts of the ruling circles and note the unconditional desire to make comfortable not only the conditions for those almost 3 million people who live in the city, but also to attract new expatriates and investments in Dubai.
Of course, the economic climate plays a significant role in this, that is, in other words, the conditions for doing business both by local entrepreneurs and foreign investors. What are these conditions? Let’s start the analysis in order to answer all possible questions as completely as possible. Continue reading