Buy a plot for construction in Transcarpathia, what to pay attention.
Want to buy a plot of land for housing in Transcarpathia do not know where to start,
first decide why you want to buy a plot of land, to build a house or buy a plot for cottage construction, the difference is not great in principle but there is and it is more related to the location of the plot, the difference in size or properties of cottages and houses another article. Plots for cottage construction may be located outside settlements closer to forests or rivers or recreational areas but away from utilities (sewerage, water supply, electricity, gas supply), plots for housing construction will be located within settlements closer to utilities.
the second step when buying a plot of land is the choice of the place where you want to buy the plot, Shayan, Mukachevo, Uzhgorod, Svalyava, Polyana, Khust, Beregovo, Mizhhirya, Volovets, these settlements are radically different in climate, infrastructure, clean air. The size-area and relief are important when buying a plot, in terms of size-area we recommend you to buy a plot of land with an area of at least 5 acres (500 sq.m.) and a width of at least 16 meters. the design part because you need to think about how to design a building to effectively use the benefits of relief in most cases is a slope.
the third step you found on the Internet ads for the sale of land you liked everything and location and view of the land and the price, now it's time to survey the site and study the documents here and need knowledge of land and urban planning legislation. Having ownership documents does not mean that the site can be built and even the purpose of the site for country or individual housing can not guarantee that you will build on the site what you have planned of course within reason. When buying land for any type of construction, it is important to check whether there are restrictions on construction on the land, even if the state act specifies the purpose of construction on part of the site may be a restriction on use by the owner of land or part of it. 110 of the LCU. Restrictions can be imposed in favor of others, such as the right to pass through the land or restrictions (protection zone) from oil, gas or communication cables in which the construction of protected areas is difficult to detect even when on the land because the communications are underground and protection zones can be up to 300 meters away, in some protected areas construction is strictly prohibited and even if you have a title deed you will not be able to obtain permits for construction, electricity connection, etc., power line restrictions are easier to detect in some cases from the edge of a forest or river.
If you are going to buy a plot in the Carpathians for housing or business, to avoid possible troubles, we advise you to contact us, we will advise you for FREE and for reasonable commissions to help buy a good plot of land for housing or tourism business.