The transaction can be conducted independently, and to involve specialists in the field of real estate (lawyers and realtors). The mere presence of many owners in the apartment may seem complex and confusing, but the sales process is no different from the sale of an ordinary apartment, with the exception of pre-emptive rights of purchase of your room with your roommates. The notion of pre-emption is that the owners of the other rooms in a communal apartment have the right the first to buy your room at your nominated price, a violation of the preemptive right of purchase may result in the invalidation of the transaction. The process of pre-emptive rights of your neighbors is not difficult, but takes some time.
Determine the sales price of the room, it is necessary to clarify all owners and to find out the place of residence of each, then you have each person having a prior right to give written notice of the sale room, and its cost, and wait for the reaction of neighbors within one month. If your neighbors do not have the desire to buy your property, execute a written waiver of preemptive rights and are looking for a buyer on the side. The revocation must be issued by a notary, this will avoid problems in the future. If the neighbors are repairing you to obstacle the paperwork, then the case may go to court and be delayed for a long time, so better with its neighbors to negotiate.
Otherwise the transaction needs to prepare the usual documents required for sale: title and right supporting documents on the property (contract of purchase and sale, donation, documents on privatization or the entry in the inheritance, the certificate of ownership); technical and cadastral passport, certificate from the passport of family members; extract from the unified state register of rights to immovable property on the absence of encumbrances and restrictions; notarially certified consent of the spouse, if the property acquired in marriage, if the room was minor children, you may need the consent of bodies of guardianship and guardianship on the sale of rooms.
If one neighbor has decided to exercise its pre-emptive right to buy the room, you enter into a contract of sale in the General procedure. The contract is in writing and is subject to obligatory state registration. If multiple neighbors (the owners of the adjoining rooms) has identified desire to purchase your room, we will have to agree, because otherwise litigation is unavoidable.