Indian Real Estate Spreads Globally

Cento International Investments, UK based real estate consultants have organized ‘Invest India Tour London 2008 to showcaseinvestment potential in India.’

Cento along with Baron Group International, a UK based property investment company and E- eighteen, the marketing division of Network eighteen have organized this tour which they say will provide a platform for real estate developers from India to interact with foreign investors and help promote the country as a lucrative investment hub.

Baron Group MD Nayan Bavishi said that the UK with a population of fifteen million has an untouched market of investors for the real estate in India.

Bavishi said, “There are a number of road shows that happen with developers from India going to the UK. But these road-shows are limited to targeting NRIs who are 2.5 million in number in U K, which has a population of fifteen million”.

Bavishi said, “These investors from UK have already invested in markets like Spain, Portugal, Carribean and Dubai and are looking at India as a potential for investment. But they are skeptical of doing so because they do not have knowledge of the market in the country”. Further he added that these investors need someone who has the whole chain covered for them.

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  1. Posted August 7, 2008 at 5:13 am | Permalink

    The world is now looking at India as the nation of the future. More significantly, India is well on its way to emerging as a first-world economy in the fields of information technology (IT), biotechnology, pharmaceuticals and the automotive sector, pushing the thrust now on to the retail sector to facilitate the creation of a new surging modern India. The real estate boom in India will not only propel the economy to sustainable heights, but will also generate employment for several millions. It is strongly expected that the growing Indian economy and growing opportunities will ensure that the foundation is laid for India’s tryst with destiny and for it to be fully integrated into the world economy.For more view-

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