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Housing website for Kazakhstan

www.kazakhstan.org.sg/content/intro.php?act=menu&c_id=27

Program of Housing Construction. to be implemented in 2005-2007. Economic upturn as well as aspiration of greater part of the Kazakhstan population for …

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The development of Kazakhstan housing attitudes began in 1991 after the acceptance of legislations on privatization and property. Later, acts …

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Anuar Kumepekeyev, KazCentre’s managing director, compared fixing Kazakhstan’s housing to Hercules’ task in cleaning out the Augean …’

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On the Kazakhstan market of housing in September, 2012 rise in prices was observed, the Kazakhstan Agency of Statistics press service …

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kazakhstan housing. Kazakhstan Gallery >> · Devendro gets silver in Kazakhstan President’s Cup. May 07, 2012. Indian boxers off to Kazakhstan for …

I have not been to Kazakhstan yet, but my husband has been a lot in the last 18 months. Basically Almaty is the only nice place to be, however it is expensive, he has just rented a 2 bed fully furnished apartment which is very nice but costs $4,000 a month this includes heating and lighting and internet. He looked at other places starting at $1,800 but said they were deary with horrible, old brown funiture and he would have hated to live in them. Astana the new capital in the North is full of concreate apartment blocks, the climate is really harsh, very very cold in the winter and boiling hot in the summer. Its in the middle of a completly flat plain and there is nothing to do. The towns on the Caspian are really the wild west, the nuclear reprocessing plant is abandoned and rotting and the housing is seriously poor, not a fun place. Most of the westeners are on rotation.

There are lots of postings on this site about Almaty read all this information.

I have not been to Kazakhstan yet, but my husband has been a lot in the last 18 months. Basically Almaty is the only nice place to be, however it is expensive, he has just rented a 2 bed fully furnished apartment which is very nice but costs $4,000 a month this includes heating and lighting and internet. He looked at other places starting at $1,800 but said they were deary with horrible, old brown funiture and he would have hated to live in them. Astana the new capital in the North is full of concreate apartment blocks, the climate is really harsh, very very cold in the winter and boiling hot in the summer. Its in the middle of a completly flat plain and there is nothing to do. The towns on the Caspian are really the wild west, the nuclear reprocessing plant is abandoned and rotting and the housing is seriously poor, not a fun place. Most of the westeners are on rotation.

There are lots of postings on this site about Almaty read all this information.

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