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Selling to Russians News: Realtors in St. Petersburg, Russia
May 04, 2009

Hi Everyone,

I've created the new List of Russian Brokers, certified in St. Petersburg, Russia:

Why St.Petersburg? Many analytics notice that its market of real estate buyers expresses the fast growing interest in foreign properties now as more and more foreign real estate shows expand to St. Petersburg from Moscow and public attendance of the shows has been steadily increasing.

St. Petersburg is the second largest city in Russia and the third largest in Europe after Moscow and London. St. Petersburg was the capital of Russia in the past.

St. Petersburg Association of Realtors (ARSP) is one of the most important among Russian real estate associations.

ARSP started as the association of 12 Realtors in St. Petersburg in 1993, now there are more than 90 corporate members and more than 1700 certified real estate agents.

The goal and purpose of ARSP are standardization of the real estate industry in Russia based on the best experiences and achievements of world's Realtors associations.

ARSP accepted the Code of Professional Ethics that regulates its members' real estate related activities in the absence of specific real estate laws and Realtors' licensing system in Russia.

ARSP performs certification of its members since 1994. So, sticking with the ARSP members, the Realtors who have imposed high ethic standards upon themselves, you can't go wrong choosing a real estate partner in Russia to co-broke.

Those of you who purchased the List of Moscow Brokers for the full price in April, are entitled to the discount mentioned on the site. Please remind me your name, email address and when you purchased the Moscow Brokers List, and I'll be happy to give you the discount on the St. Petersburg List of Realtors.

To your best business success,


Olga Kellen,
"Anything Russian",
English - Russian Translator,
Associate member of ATA,
American Translators Association,
Author of the e-book for realtors
Selling to Russians

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