Organisations and individuals in the Middle East have been increasingly investing in India. Their existing investments in the country cover a variety of sectors, including healthcare and technology. And it’s easy enough to see the appeal of India as an investment destination. The country has been experiencing economic growth so rapid that it has surpassed that of China. India’s economy expanded 7.3 percent in 2015, compared to 6.8 percent economic expansion in China.
The country’s 1.2 billion people include 200 million who are now considered middle class, according to the World Bank. Its luxury goods market will be worth an estimated 18.3 billion USD by the end of this year, signalling that disposable incomes and purchasing power are rising across the country.
Aakash Ohri, Executive Director of property developer DLF, said “The demand for luxury goods in India is likely to remain strong for the foreseeable future, and housing is no exception. That’s why developers are launching projects with world-class designs and amenities.”
DLF is developed a luxury gated community in Gurgaon, near New Delhi. “We’ve had a fabulous response so far in our overseas sales outreach programmes, attracting investors from places like Dubai and Kuwait.”
Not every real estate developer is able to reach liquid Middle Eastern investors so easily. For those who struggle to attract the attention of investors from the region, a trusted business facilitator is often the easiest path to raising capital or finding a joint venture partner.
Naseba is a business facilitator with an established network of contacts with investors based around the world – including the Middle East. We are currently sourcing real estate and development projects around the world on behalf of these investors.
On October 17th, 2016, we will be organising a private investor meeting in Riyadh to introduce pre-screened Middle Eastern investors to pre-qualified real estate investment opportunities.
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