Arctia Estates Limited is going to introduce the new investment opportunity for investment business. After the world's economic recession a lot of top-level countries terminated participating in investment programs. The experts started looking a place that suffered less.
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After a thorough research the experts turned to Cyprus as a place with a stable economy. Cyprus seemed to recover much faster from the recession in comparison to other European countries. That is why a major research was carried out in order to find out the pros and cons of Cyprus becoming a new investment Mecca.
The results of the research resulted in a fabulous discovery: it turned out that Cyprus was virtually perfect country for real estate investment. Of course, this provoked activity boost in the sector of investment and thousands of investors began to follow this direction
However, those who were there first were the luckiest. This is about Arctia Estates Limited as this company has been with Cyprus during its hardest times and due to this it obtained more opportunities now. That is why the company offers exclusive investment packages for its clients.
Arctia Estates Limited has recently opened a new branch for investment - real estate. After years of working in this country the company has a lot of useful contacts and relations that help it find the most profitable proposals on the market.
After consideration of the research results Arctia Estates Limited decided to obtain an additional support due to the constantly increasing number of clients. The management of the company decided to purchase a real estate company based on Cyprus. The company representative commented on the deal: "We received a very tempting proposal we couldn't deny. I'm happy that our company will cooperate with Arctia Estates Limited"
Mason Tanner, the CEO of the company, who has 25 years of experience in the mortgage industry, reacted to the event: "This deal will let us expand our frontiers and take on the US market in the field of real estate investments."