Tag: Indian Investors

Portugal invites realty investors from India

With the aim to survive from the global economic crises, Portugal now invites realty investors from the non-European countries including India. This might be a golden chance for the Indian millionaires who have surplus income to invest in Portugal. The doors of Portugal have been opened to the Indian investors and businessmen who are ready […]

British Realty Aiming Indian Investors

British realty developer The Berkley Group is aiming Indian investors with its two exclusive London properties in the price range of Rs 2-8 crore per flat. It has coupled with global property consultant Jones Lang LaSalle Meghraj (JLLM), which sees investment by wealthy Indians in British residential properties growing up to 15 billion pounds by […]

Indians To Spend 15 Billion Pound To Buy Homes In UK

Fuelled by the country’s rapid economic growth and increasing number of high net worth individuals, residential investment by Indians in UK is likely to touch a whopping 15 billion pound over the next decade, says a report. “Indians could potentially own 20,000-30,000 UK residential properties over a 10 year horizon and UK-India cross border Investment […]

Indians Show Interest For Foreign Property, Stocks

The savvy Indian investor is no longer content with restricting his investment horizon to the equity or property markets at home. A growing number of Indians are now buying property abroad and also taking an exposure to stocks of foreign firms and debt products. Hard numbers are a testimony to this fact. From a mere […]

Buy a home abroad, get a jet free

One can get a BMW or a private jet, a multiple entry visas or a free ticket to fly down as an incentive for buying a home or investing in property  abroad. The Luckiest person can get a permanent residency or citizenship too.

India and Dubai Investors Show Strong Tie Ups

For Indian investors, Dubai is the ideal investment choice and if we say that its vice-versa is also true, then it would not be wrong. Last year the UAE’s GDP increased to 26%, with over 60% coming from sectors other than the oil industry, 50% of which originated from the service sector.