There are plenty of land in Russia, but customers face several complications, with first being: a proper choice of Russian region for purchasing land and starting a business.
We live in the biggest country in the world, and in every region soil composition is different. In addition to this, climat conditions vary too. It’s also important to consider a level of road infrastructure and to study the local consumer market.
For example, there is plenty of good land in Siberia for agribusiness, but infrastructure is poor when compared to western part of Russia. The most expensive farmland can be found in Krasnodar Krai and Rostov Oblast (south-west of the country); here the farmers harvest the biggest amount of wheat for export. Also, buying land if you’re a foreigner is prohibited by law in several regions of the country.
The second problem that customer can face is a correct legal registration and transaction support. You should know that there are several restrictions and conditions for foreigners who want to buy a property in Russia.