Cyprus- in­vest­ment haven for in­di­ans

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Res­i­dency Over­seas, the prop­erty con­sul­tancy and es­tate agents has been ap­pointed as the sole rep­re­sen­ta­tive of Aristo De­vel­op­ers, one of the most rep­utable prop­erty de­vel­op­ers in Cyprus. Through this part­ner­ship they in­tend to help those who want to in­vest in lu­cra­tive real es­tate mar­ket of Cyprus. As the safest coun­try in the Euro­pean Union, and the fifth safest coun­try in the world, Cyprus is an at­trac­tive place to do busi­ness and to re­side. Rahul Me­hta, CEO & MD, Res­i­dency Over­seas, said “Cyprus of­fers per­ma­nent res­i­dence and EU cit­i­zen­ship through prop­erty in­vest­ment. If an in­di­vid­ual in­vests a min­i­mum of 2-2.5 mil­lion Euro, he or she is el­i­gi­ble for res­i­dency for a full fam­ily in­clud­ing spouse, chil­dren and par­ents.” Talk­ing to Re­alty Plus, about the op­por­tu­ni­ties that Aristo De­vel­op­ers pro­vide to In­dian in­vestors, Me­hta, says, “Aristo De­vel­op­ers is a lead­ing real es­tate group based in Cyprus that of­fers prime res­i­den­tial and com­mer­cial in­vest­ment op­por­tu­ni­ties, suit­able for the Cyprus per­ma­nent res­i­dency and EU cit­i­zen­ship schemes. The com­pany is the largest on the is­land and boasts on im­pres­sive land bank of­fer­ing unique, large land parcels where, on joint de­vel­op­ment ba­sis, In­dian in­vestors can de­velop uni­ver­si­ties, hos­pi­tal, ho­tels, etc. Aristo De­vel­op­ers has over 265 is­land wide de­vel­op­ments and 50 new de­vel­op­ments cur­rently in the Cyprus prop­erty mar­ket. Com­ment­ing on the lu­cra­tive mar­ket of Cyprus, An­to­nis Pisha­ras, Over­all Busi­ness De­vel­op­ment, Aristo De­vel­op­ers tells, ” Cyprus has al­ready seen a surge of in­ter­na­tional in­vestors set­tling on the is­land, pre­dom­i­nantly from China, Rus­sia and the UK. Y-O-Y GDP of Cyprus is con­stantly on a growth tra­jec­tory and makes it a good in­vest­ment mar­ket from real es­tate per­spec­tive.”

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