According to research company "Petersburg real estate" on the market today only cottage communities of St. Petersburg and Leningrad region is offered for sale more than 130 cottage communities in the past months of supply increase of 35 projects (a year ago to market rates were 2 times less). Recently, the most active towns offered in economy class. Also relevant is the proposal of free land for building. Particularly attractive and, consequently, the most popular are the ground near water bodies, directly adjacent to the city, with convenient transportation, paved communications, "ready" to low-rise building. It would seem a remarkable situation: supply and demand are "in lockstep." However, it should be noted that the actual ready-to-sale towns much smaller than states, as many developers to reduce risks and costs in the initial stages of the project prefer to start construction only after the conclusion of agreements for contract work, assuming the initial funding from potential buyers. Of course, in this situation, you can blame the economic uncertainty prevailing in the country, the problems of credit and finance, but how do you explain the fact that many facilities (cottages and holiday villages, vacant land, etc.), already proposed for sale are still under various agreements. At the town market one of the main problems is that harmonizing documentation the project (land transfer from the category to category, obtaining building permits, harmonization of the general development plan, etc.) negatively affect the purchasing activity and delay the process of engineering training area (receiving TU, coordination at various levels, etc.), lack of functional zoning scheme, which hampers the process of harmonization of the whole project.