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In Soviet times, every citizen dreamed of having a small country house, as well as a treasured land plot of seven acres. Dacha plots are in demand to this day, but many families now use them solely for recreation, not for growing crops.

My next article will tell you what weaving is, and how to correctly calculate the size of the land plot.

## What is – weave, how many hectare per hectare

By definition, weaving is the hundredth part of something. A weave of land is a plot of 100 m 2. It is convenient to use a weave when determining the areas of garden, garden, and dacha plots, when marking land for sale and construction. If 10,000 m 2 is 1 ha, how many hectares should there be in such a plot? It is easy to calculate that there will be exactly 100 of them. So, weaving is the hundredth part of 1 hectare (hectare).

So, to determine the area of a large area, it is customary to use a unit of area of 1 square kilometer. In the reference books on states, regions, large cities, they must indicate the areas in km 2 that they occupy. The unit of the Earth’s area (with a capital letter) is always 1 km2. For a plot of medium size, the sides of which are more than 100 meters and less than 1 kilometer, it is convenient to use the unit of measurement of 1 hectare (hectare). In this case, it refers to the territory of the district scale. For land plots for gardens, gardens and the construction of private houses use the term “weaving”, 1 weaving = 100 m 2.

A square kilometer is 100 times more than a hectare, a hundred hectares more than a hundred, 100 times – such simple mathematics connects these units of area.

## How to calculate your weave

Independently find out the size of your land is very easy. We offer the following method: pegs are put in the corners of the square. A usual tape measure measures the distance of two of the four sides formed by them. The obtained data must be recorded and proceed to the next stage of calculations. It is most convenient to record data in meters. Suppose, after passing with a tape measure from a peg to a peg, you had the following results: 50 meters on the long side and 35 meters on the shorter one.

Now it’s time to calculate the desired area. As well as the first, preparatory stage, this one will not require special knowledge and excessive mental efforts. Suffice it to recall the basics of geometry and the problem will be solved by itself. It is well known that the area of a rectangular figure is equal to the product of the sums of two adjacent sides. The results recorded on a piece of paper should be multiplied.

The resulting number will be the value we need. Multiplying the numbers from the example (50×35) gives the number 1750, which means that our hypothetical plot contains 1750 square meters. Once we have decided on the area of land, we need to translate the value found in the weave – the common unit of measurement of land area. It is known that weaving is nothing more than 100 meters in a square. In order to count all the weave of your land, you need to divide the figure obtained by multiplying the sides by one hundred.

A concrete example: if you see in the announcement of the sale of a plot a word plot of 9 acres, then this means that the area of the plot of land is 900 square meters. This piece of land will not necessarily be a square shape measuring 30 by 30 meters. Perhaps, for example, a narrow section of 20 by 45 meters or 25 by 36 meters.

So how many square meters in weave? Exactly one hundred, apparently therefore this measure of area measurement was called weaving.

Now divide the 1750 into 100 and take the correct answer: the area of the site is 17.5 acres. A large plot is more convenient to measure in other, larger units – hectares, or hectares. In one hectare – a thousand meters. That is a plot of 2000 sq. M. m. equal to two hectares of land or twenty hundred square meters.

The most difficult cases arise when determining the size of the land of irregular shape. In these situations, it is important to know that the number of units sought does not change from the incorrectness of the outlines, because it is rigidly tied to the area of the plot, be it an oval, a circle, or another figure. The resulting area is divided by 100. This will be the desired weave your site.

## How many square meters in weave

How many square meters in weave – this question is asked quite often when they want to buy land. Summer residents of the Moscow region, and other regions of Russia are curious to know how much land they acquire. Although this curiosity is due, most likely, to those who are accustomed to perceive the measure of the area as usual. From mathematics we are used to calculate the area in square meters. But when it comes to land, it is customary in Russia to measure it in weave. Not even in acres, but in hectares, when it comes to agricultural land. For private properties most often the area of the land plot is measured in weave. And therefore, to answer the question asked, we will first understand what a weaving of the earth is.

Reference: Units of area measurement from among metric units are:

Hectare, weaving (ap), square meter, square kilometer, square decimeter, square centimeter, square millimeter.

No wonder the numerical characteristic of the area of a flat or curved figure was called quadrature.

At the same time, it will probably be interesting to know that not all countries measure the earth in hundreds. In England, for example, land is measured in acres and square yards, and feet and miles are used to denote the distance, but not meters.

But, back to Russia. The area of land in Russia is measured in acres or hectares, and therefore you can often hear the question: “Weave land, how much is this?”

What is a hectare? This is a square with a side of 100 meters. A square with parameters of 100 x 100 meters will be equal in area to 10,000 square meters, which is 100 acres. Agree that when it comes to large areas, it is more convenient to measure not square meters, but hectares. After all, for example, in 10 thousand square meters there is only 1 hectare of land.

So, we answered the question: “How many square meters per one hundred square meters.” In relation to a hectare of land, 1 weave equals 1/100 (one hundredth) of a hectare, or else this unit of measure is used – ap.

Reference: Ap is another unit of area measurement in the metric system. 1 ar is a square with a side of 10 meters.

1a = 100

It is curious that before the October Revolution in Russia, hectares, as a unit for measuring land area, were not used. Prior to the introduction of the metric system of measures, old Russian lengths and areas were used in Russia. As for the area, then it was taken to measure it in tithes. And 1 hectare corresponded to 1/12 tithing.

Based on the above, you will now know what is equal to 1 hectare. One hundred square meters of land in the calculations can be transferred to ar, and then weaving equals one ara. You can translate into square meters and then weaving will be equal to 100 square meters. meters. You can transfer to hectares and then weaving is the same as 0.01 hectares.

When you buy land and start planning for construction and plantings, it is important to understand how many square meters in one hundred square meters. For an average Russian family, the house is 100 sq. M. meters is the most appropriate and optimal for living. Knowing that in 100 sq. M. meters contains 1 hectare of land, you can plan and other buildings of your site.

Or, for example, having an idea how many meters in 1 acres, and what footage of the house you would like to have, based on this, you can select the area of the plot. That is a house of 100 square meters. meters fit on one hundred square meters. The remaining weave, which are available, can be used for the garden, for recreation, for some economic needs. You can draw a plot plan on paper and imagine where the house will be located, how much space it will occupy, and also determine the location of other buildings and plantations on the plan.

To visualize visually how one weave looks like, it is enough to make 12-14 steps in one direction and at the right angle make the same number of steps in the other direction. You will get two sides of one square. Now, wondering: one weave, this is how much, without even having a tape measure, you can visually see what a one weave looks like on the terrain. One hundred square meters can be entered in a square, but 10 hundred square meters (1000 square meters) can only be a rectangle with sides of 33 and 30 meters, for example. 25 acres (2500 sq. Meters) can be inscribed in a square with a side of 50 meters.

## How to calculate the weave

For example, if you take a rectangle with sides of 20 meters and 10 meters, then the area of this rectangle will be 20 x 10 = 200 square meters, which corresponds to two hundred square meters. Ap (denoted as a), a measure of the area, in everyday life called “weaving”, is 100 square meters. meters. BUT

For private properties most often the area of the land plot is measured in weave. At the same time, it will probably be interesting to know that not all countries measure the earth in hundreds. In England, for example, land is measured in acres and square yards, and feet and miles are used to mark the distance, but not meters. But, back to Russia. A square with parameters of 10 x 10 meters will be equal to 100 square meters. Reference: Ap is another unit of area measurement in the metric system.

Knowing that in 100 sq. M. meters contains 1 hectare of land, you can plan and other buildings of your site. To visualize visually how one weave looks like, it is enough to make 12-14 steps in one direction and at the right angle make the same number of steps in the other direction.

In meters you will be able to calculate the size of the greenhouse. Since accuracy is extremely important in this area, sometimes it helps to notice some lost moment in the calculations, which then could form a big mistake. A hectare is a unit of area in the metric system of measures used for measuring land plots. In Russia, a hectare is the main unit of measurement of land, especially agricultural.

Regarding the registration of houses, bathhouses, garages and other buildings on land owned by citizens, the new dacha amnesty will improve the situation. Specific example:**If you see the word “9 hectare plot” in the announcement of the sale of a plot, then this means that the land area is 900 square meters.**

In order to calculate the area of the dacha, no complicated tools are required. It is enough to set the pegs in the corners of the plot and measure the length and width with the help of a tape measure. Usually it is not necessary to measure all four sides – just one length and one width is enough. The resulting numbers must be written on a sheet of paper. For example, you may have the following figures: length 40 meters, width 20 meters.

- The next stage – the calculation of the area. It also presents no difficulties – it suffices to recall the school course of geometry – the calculation of the area of a rectangle. And she, as you know, is equal to the product of the lengths of its two sides. Therefore, we need to multiply the length (40) by the width (20). Area (S) will be equal to 800 square meters.

- So, we calculated the area of the site. We know that one weaving is 100 square meters. Now even the geometry is not required, rather simple arithmetic. To determine how many acres in your personal plot, you need to do the following: divide the area of the site (800 square meters) by 100. The result will be equal to the size of the site in weave. In our case, we divide 800 by 100 and get the result equal to 8. This means that the area of the site is eight hundred square meters.

- If the site is large enough, it makes sense to measure its area in other units of measurement – in hectares. One hundred hundred parts are equal to one hectare or hectare. Example: let’s say we have a plot with an area of 10 thousand square meters. Consequently, its area is 100 acres or 1 hectare.

- It must be remembered that even if a piece of land has an irregular shape, the number of hectares does not change, since it depends on the area. Therefore, you first need to calculate the area, and then divide it by 100 – and you will get the result in the hundreds. So you can measure areas of complex shape, including, for example, oval or round.

## How to measure the area with the help of available tools

In order to determine the number of acres in the area, you need to measure it in some way. Some people may say “by eye” what size of territory they are who have experience in such matters. But the majority does not have such an opportunity. What to do, how to be in a similar situation? How to calculate the size of the plot, you can learn from this article.

First you need to decide on the units in which to measure the desired territory. It can be square meters, weave or hectares. Let’s sort all these units of measure. A hectare is 100 hectares, weaving is 100 square meters. It is still possible to measure one hectare, but if there are dozens or even hundreds, it is quite difficult to do this without equipment.

So, in order to measure approximately weave we need to count the steps along the perimeter of the plot: length and width. After that, multiply one digit by another and get the area in square meters. For example, a length of 60 steps (meters), and a width of 30 steps (meters) – multiplying, turned out the figure of 1800 square meters. Further, dividing by 100 (one weaving is 100 square meters), it turns out 18 ares.

Another way to measure the plot, more accurate – is to build a stick, one meter long or 2 (3). And thus make measurements. The most accurate length of the stick can be made with the growth of the body or any object whose size is known. This can be a paving slab (usually 30 cm), a fence column, or it can be measured with a thumb and index finger stretch (approximately 20 cm).

How to calculate a hundred of land with a stick? Very simple. As well as steps: measure 10 times with a stick in length and width – and that’s one weaving. Next, you need to add the entire area of measurements to know the number of acres in the entire area. For convenience, you can attach two more to the stick – in the form of a triangle, so you can “step” with this meter. And more accurately make all measurements.

## How else can we calculate weave

Measure the length and width of your backyard or any other area, the area of which you need to know in the hundreds. To do this, you need to drive in pins at the corners of the plot, take a tape measure and measure the distance from one peg to another along the entire length and width of the plot. As a rule, it is enough to make a measurement on one side of the length and on one side of the width. since the opposite sides will be equal.

Write down the length and width on a piece of paper.

Suppose that the length of your section is 42 meters and its width is 21

Divide the area of your site, which you found in square meters by a hundred. Thus, in the answer, you will find out how many hectares your site constitutes. So, in our example, it is necessary to divide 882 into 100 and we get 8.82 weave, and 8.82 weave, as noted earlier, this is the same as 8.82 macaws.

If the area of your site exceeds 100 acres, then there is a need to enter another unit of measurement – this is hectare. 100 acres will be equal to one hectare. Thus, if the area of your site is 10,000 square meters, respectively, it will be equal to 100 acres or 1 hectare. Remember, the number of acres does not depend on the geometry of the site (oval, square, rectangle), it depends only on the area. Thus, in case your site is round, for example, the order of payments is maintained. First, the area of the entire area is calculated, and then by dividing it by 100, you convert this area into weave.

## Plot size

For a start, it is important to accurately determine the size of the sides. To do this, you need to drive in pegs at the corners and measure length and width with the help of a tape measure. If the plot has the same sides, then the need to measure all 4 disappears. Record the received data on a piece of paper. In the case of an irregular land plot, all four indicators will have to be measured. In addition, for the calculation will need to know the angle between the parties. All this greatly complicates the calculations, so with minor differences the values are rounded off.

## How to calculate square meters

Further actions completely coincide with the rules for calculating the area, as in the school course of geometry. **To determine the size of the rectangle, multiply the width by the length, for example:**

- width – 30 m;
- length – 50 m;
- S = 20 * 50;
- the size (area) of the plot is 1000 sq. m.

## How to convert meters to weave

It is known that 100 sq. M is 1 hectare. Previously, the area was calculated, which as a result made it possible to calculate square meters of a plot of land. This allows you to understand how to calculate the weave in the area. It is important to obtain reliable data when measuring allotment. To calculate how many square meters in 1 hundred square meters, it is necessary to divide the result by 100, for example:

- area of 1000 square meters;
- divide 1000 by 100;
- number of acres = 10.

Even if the plot has an irregular shape, but its area is calculated, the calculation of the number of hectares does not change. The number of acres directly depends on the size of the land area in meters. Sometimes it can be found that the dimensions are so large that they have to be considered hectares. One hectare contains ten thousand square meters, which equals 100 acres.

### Use online calculator

For counting the surface of the earth, calculating the number of acres on the site on the Internet, a huge amount of online calculators has been created. In order for the algorithm to calculate and return the correct value, it is still necessary to measure the length and width of your possessions. Wrong people try to find a service for calculating the area of an irregular rectangle only by the value of its sides. It is impossible physically – you can find only comic algorithms. You should use the above methods, how to correctly calculate the weave in the area.

## How to find out, 1 ha – how many meters? The answer is simple!

What is 1 ha? How many meters of land is there in mind? Hectare (ha) is an area unit of measure taken 10 years ago, equal to 10,000 square meters. Before the 1917 revolution, another, forgotten measure, tithe, was used to determine the area of agricultural land. She was approximately equal hectares. Together with tithing, other units of measure are a thing of the past: versts (1.06 km), sazhen (2.13 m), arshin (0.71 m), inches (0.045 m).

Today everything is simple and understandable for any person, in any country of the world. The units of length are millimeters (mm), centimeters (cm), meters (m), kilometers (km). For example: 10mm = 1 cm, 100 cm = 1 m, 1000 m = 1 km. The same for all are determined the areas of sites and territories – in square meters (m 2), square kilometers (km 2). For example: 100 mx 100 m = 10,000 m 2. 1000 m x 1000 m = 1,000,000 m 2 = 1 km 2.

### How many square meters per hectare?

The land area is 100 meters long and 100 meters wide – this is a plot of 1 ha (hectare). Or 1 ha = 10,000 m 2. The formula for the area of a rectangle is S = a x b, where a is the width, c is the length, S is the area of the rectangle. Knowing the size of the land in meters (length and width), it is easy to determine its area.

For individuals and small organizations involved in the purchase or lease of agricultural land, the term weaving has become a more familiar unit of area.

### What is – weave, how many hectare per hectare?

By definition, weaving is the hundredth part of something. A weave of land is a plot of 100 m 2. It is convenient to use a weave when determining the areas of garden, garden, and dacha plots, when marking land for sale and construction. If 10,000 m 2 is 1 ha, how many hectares should there be in such a plot? It is easy to calculate that there will be exactly 100 of them. So, weaving is the hundredth part of 1 hectare (hectare).

So, to determine the area of a large area, it is customary to use a unit of area of 1 square kilometer. In the reference books on states, regions, large cities, they must indicate the areas in km 2 that they occupy. The unit of the Earth’s area (with a capital letter) is always 1 km2. For a plot of medium size, the sides of which are more than 100 meters and less than 1 kilometer, it is convenient to use the unit of measurement of 1 hectare (hectare). In this case, it refers to the territory of the district scale. For land plots for gardens, gardens and the construction of private houses use the term “weaving”, 1 weaving = 100 m 2.

A square kilometer is 100 times more than a hectare, a hundred hectares more than a hundred, 100 times – such simple mathematics connects these units of area.

## Manual method for determining the size of the site

To correctly calculate the area of plots, it is not necessary to use complex tools. We take wooden pegs or metal rods and install them in the corners of our site. Next, using a measuring tape determine the width and length of the plot. As a rule, it is sufficient to measure one width and one length, for rectangular or equilateral sections. For example, we got the following data: width – 20 meters and length – 40 meters.

Next, go to the calculation of the area of the plot. With the correct shape of the plot, you can use the geometric formula for determining the area (S) of the rectangle. According to this formula, you need to multiply the width (20) by the length (40), that is, the product of the lengths of the two sides. In our case, S = 800 m².

Once we have determined our area, we can determine the number of acres on the land. According to generally accepted data, in one hundred square meters – 100 m². Next, using simple arithmetic, we divide our parameter S by 100. The finished result will be equal to the size of the plot in weave. For our example, this result is 8. Thus, we find that the area of the site is eight acres.

In the case when the land area is very large, it is best to perform all measurements in other units – in hectares. According to generally accepted units of measurement – 1 ha = 100 acres. For example, if, according to the measurements, our land plot is 10,000 m², then its area is 1 hectare or 100 acres.

If your site is irregularly shaped, then in this case the number of acres is directly dependent on the area. It is for this reason that with the help of an online calculator you can correctly calculate the parameter S of the plot, and after that dividing the result by 100. Thus, you will receive calculations in weave. This method provides the ability to measure plots of complex shapes, which is very convenient.

**Total information**

The calculation of the area of land plots is based on classical calculations, which are performed according to generally accepted geodesic formulas.

In total, several methods are available for calculating the land area – mechanical (calculated according to plan using dimensional palettes), graphical (determined by the project) and analytical (using the area formula along measured boundary lines).

To date, the most accurate way is deservedly considered – analytical. Using this method, errors in the calculations, as a rule, appear due to errors on the ground of the measured lines. This method is also quite complicated if the borders are curvilinear or the number of angles on the plot is more than ten.

A little easier to calculate is the graphical way. It is best used in the case when the boundaries of the site are presented in the form of a broken line, with a small number of turns.

And the most accessible and easiest way, and the most popular, but at the same time the biggest error is the mechanical method. Using this method, you can easily and quickly perform the calculation of the land area of simple or complex shape.

Among the serious shortcomings of the mechanical or graphical method, the following is distinguished, besides the errors in measuring the area, the calculation adds an error due to paper deformation or an error in drawing up plans.

## How to calculate the land area of irregular shape

### How to calculate the area of a triangle?

Sometimes in life there are such situations when you have to delve into the memory in search of long-forgotten school knowledge. For example, you need to determine the area of the land plot of a triangular shape, or it is the turn of the next repair in an apartment or a private house, and you need to calculate how much material will leave for a surface with a triangular shape. There was a time when you could solve such a puzzle in a couple of minutes, and now you are desperately trying to remember how to determine the area of a triangle?

Do not worry because of this! After all, it is quite normal when the human brain decides to transfer long-unused knowledge somewhere in a remote corner, from which sometimes it is not so easy to extract.

### What is the size of the land in weave or square meters

Often when buying a plot the question arises: 1 weaving is equal

Country plots are usually measured in weave,

### All right, we are building a house!

One of the first steps to living in your own home is to choose a land for construction. It would seem that it is simpler – I selected a site in accordance with my wishes and financial capabilities and you can start building a house.

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### Polygon area

The calculation of the area of the polygon on the entered sides and diagonals, dividing the polygon into disjoint triangles

This calculator calculates the area of a polygon by entering sides and diagonals that divide the polygon into disjoint triangles.

We look at the picture # 8212; the area of the polygon ABCDE can be calculated as the sum of the areas of the triangles ABD, BCD and ADE.

### Measurement area

The purchase of a land plot may be associated with some difficulties, such as making measurements, preparing documentation, registering with supervisory authorities.

But measurement of the site may be needed in other cases.

### How to calculate the land area of irregular shape

It is necessary to split an irregular polygon into triangles and measure all sides in triangles.

I have a private task. There is no plan for this area, which is an irregular polygon. Accordingly, it is not possible to break it into triangles.

### Calculator for calculating the area of land of irregular shape

Instructions for the calculator for calculating the area of the wrong land

This online calculator helps to calculate, determine and calculate the land area in online mode. The presented program is able to correctly suggest how to perform the calculation of the area of land plots of irregular shape.

Specify all data in meters

A B, D A, C D, B C – The size of each side of the plot.

According to the data entered, our program online to perform the calculation and determine the land area in square meters, acres, acres and hectares.

Manual method for determining the size of the site

To correctly calculate the area of plots, it is not necessary to use complex tools.

## Land market of the Moscow region

So, you decided to buy a land plot near Moscow. To make a choice, it is worth considering several important aspects. From them will directly depend on the purchase price.

**Distance from the capital.** How far the acquired land will be located depends on the wishes and needs of the buyer. If you live in a built house all the time, but you will need to travel to Moscow every day to work or take the children to school, then you should stop the choice on the site within a radius of 5-40 km from the Moscow Ring Road. If it is required to visit the capital infrequently, then it is possible to choose more remote areas – 35-100 km from the city. Studies show that the most popular areas are located within 40 km from the Moscow Ring Road.

**Demand for directions.**According to recent reports, the most popular are the south-west and south, to a lesser extent the north-west. The leading positions are occupied by areas along the Kaluga, Yaroslavl, and Kiev highways. Also “gaining momentum” and Minsk direction. This is due to the adjacent settlements in these areas close to New Moscow or even their entry into the agglomeration. As a result, the owner of the land can enjoy not only the advantages of proximity to excellent high-speed routes, but also all the benefits of a capital registration.

**“Format” of the site.**Statistics say that buyers prefer to buy land in the cottage villages, which is understandable. Developed infrastructure, communication, good roads and a high level of security are all benefits provided to residents of such settlements. If we talk about the demand for plots with a contract and without, then recently the balance has shifted slightly in favor of the latter.

## How much is the land in the suburbs

Plot prices in different directions can vary quite a lot. Therefore, we give average values. Thus, the cost of one hundred square meters in the region of 8000-12000 dollars at a distance of 30-40 km from the Moscow Ring Road. The price depends largely on the proximity of the highway, the infrastructure of the village, the location of the site (land near the river, lake or forest is more expensive, sometimes – significantly). The best solution would be to buy a plot in the villages, located about 15-40 km from the Moscow Ring Road and with communications.

As we have already noted, real estate is a good investment, especially in the current situation in the Russian and global economy. Economic markets are “reeling”, the currency is unstable, the land will remain with you anyway. That is why now, when many are looking for where to invest their savings, it is worth thinking about buying a plot. This will be not only the protection of savings, but also a huge contribution to the future.

## Choose a direction to buy a plot

Due to the growing popularity of country living, the number of proposals for the sale of land in the Moscow region is increasing. At the moment, you can choose a plot for every taste and budget: whether it is a budget option for giving a hundred kilometers from the capital or a luxurious house in an elite village near the highway 15 km from Moscow. The first thing that the future owner of the property is thinking about is which direction to choose to purchase the plot. We will try to consider the most popular options, highlighting their advantages and disadvantages.

To the south-west of the Moscow region include the area along the Minsk, Kiev and Kaluga highway. Due to the presence of three high-speed highways, this direction can be considered very convenient in terms of transport accessibility: Minsk highway, for example, has five lanes in each direction, Kiev highway is one of the fastest, and Kalugskoye has been dynamically modernized in recent years.

The southwestern direction maintains a favorable environmental situation, primarily due to the small number of industrial enterprises, as well as due to the nature of the wind rose: the wind blows from west to east. The area is famous for its magnificent landscapes – a significant part of the south-western territory is occupied by forests, lakes, ponds – and architectural and historical monuments – the estate of Petrovskoe-Alabino, the Trinity-Odigitrievsky Stavropegic nunnery of Zosimova Pustyn, and the chapel of the Smolensk Mother of God in the Odintsovo district.

The south-west is not as popular as, for example, the western part of the Moscow region, but this situation is changing rapidly, since a significant part of this area has recently belonged to the territory of New Moscow. The construction of comfortable business and premium class villages is rapidly gaining momentum, but there are also “economy” options. Do not forget that in this area are located legendary villages among the creative elite, such as Peredelkino, Krekshino, Nemchinovka. The level of infrastructure here is one of the best in the Moscow region.

Moreover, it is rapidly increasing due to the active development of the territory of New Moscow and its environs. At the same time, the price is not too high yet – within 40 km from the MKAD, weave land can be purchased for an average of 7,000-10,000 dollars. This area can be considered extremely attractive for investments precisely due to the dynamics of growth and positive forecasts for the development of the south-western direction.

Despite the presence of a large number of roads, the western region of the Moscow region cannot be classified as favorable in terms of transport accessibility – the Volokolamskoye and Pyatnitskoye highways are often overloaded, and the Rublevo-Uspenskoe is regularly blocked. As well as the south-west of Moscow region, this area is popular, first of all, due to its good ecology due to the lack of factories and plants. A large number of scenic spots are located here – the Istra reservoir, the Arkhangelkoye manor.

Everyone knows about the prestige of living in the west of the Moscow region. Here are cottages and houses of famous cultural figures and politicians. The infrastructure corresponds to the level of real estate prices – it is very developed, but, for example, the shopping centers and shops located here are focused on the buyer with an income well above the average.

The price for a hundred square meters of land here is the highest in the Moscow region – $ 15,000–20,000 in a not very prestigious village and with a fairly large distance from the Moscow Ring Road. For investors, the west is not a particularly interesting area – firstly, the purchase of real estate will require large expenditures, and secondly, the growth dynamics here are low and significantly inferior, for example, to the south-west with its intensive development rates.

From the point of view of transport accessibility, the southern part of the Moscow Region is extremely ambiguous – on the one hand, Kashirskoye Highway, one of the top five freeways, and on the other, the very busy Warsaw and Simferopol Highways. The ecological situation here is better than, for example, in the eastern part of the Moscow region, but much worse than the western and southwestern ones.

The infrastructure of the district is highly unevenly developed and in many respects loses to other areas, for example, to the east of the Moscow region. In the south, there are mainly medium-sized and economy-class villages, and the cost of the plot here amounts to 6000-8000 dollars per hundred square meters 35-40 km from the MKAD. This area is not very interesting from the point of view of investment and is more suitable for those who are going to buy a plot for a dacha or a house for living.

The northern part of the Moscow region, as well as the east, frightens off many of its transport problems – Leningradskoe and Dmitrovskoye highways in many ratings occupy the first lines among the busiest. The situation on Yaroslavskoye shosse is a bit less critical, but still it does not belong to the well-off. Nevertheless, from the point of view of ecology, the north is quite attractive – a large number of forests, rivers, the Pirogov reservoir make this area popular among those who want to acquire a house or a plot. It also houses most of the territory of the legendary Losiny Ostrov National Park, the Serednikovo manor, the Shakhmatovo estate.

The north of the Moscow Region is mainly built up with middle-class facilities, however, the settlements on the banks of the reservoir and rivers are more likely to belong to the “business” and “premium” categories. The average prices here are higher than in the east, but lower than in the western part of the Moscow region – about 7,000-10,000 dollars per hundred. This area is attractive enough for investment, but less than, for example, the south-west – transport problems tend to get worse every year, and in the long run there may be few people who want to buy property here.

The east, in the opinion of many, is the most difficult part of the Moscow region in the matter of transport accessibility. The Gorky, Schelkovskoye, Nosovikhinskoe, Egoryevskoye and Novoryazanskoye highways passing here, despite the reconstruction, are still among the most problematic.

In comparison with other areas in this area, the density of residential buildings is very high, especially near the Moscow Ring Road. However, thanks to this, the infrastructure of the area is very developed. Mostly in the east are economy class villages, which is understandable – the prices here are the lowest in the Moscow Region – you can buy a hundred for 4,000-6,000 dollars. The attractiveness of investments in this area is small – despite the budget prices, the growth rate of the cost of real estate in the eastern direction leaves much to be desired.