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30 Mar 2016 

Investment In Properties In Jodhpur

Balaji Properties, As real estate agent, has a vast portfolio to offer Buy property Sell Property, For both office and homes, a large number of quality listings in the preferred areas of Pal road, jodhpur Kheteshwar nagar, vaishali township, anand vihar, roop rajat township, mahaveer vatika, shanti villa, Rameshwar nagar, bajrang vihar and more other prime location of jodhpur.

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We deals with populer builders like Parsvnath, Ansal API, Vaishali Builders, Rooprajat Builders, Aayushi Builders many more are developing major residential and commercial property in Jodhpur. With the positive growth of the market, the property prices in Jodhpur are bound to rise further and thus fetch high capital returns for any property investment in Jodhpur. As the lifestyle of people is changing with increased per capital income across the nation, there is clear uplift of the upcoming Jodhpur commercial and residential properties.

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14 Feb. 2016 

Last pre-wedding engagement for William and Kate | Reuters

DARWEN, England A large crowd of well-wishers braved a downpour in Lancashire on Monday to cheer Prince William and Kate Middleton as they took part in their final official engagement before their wedding.

The trip was expected to be one of the last occasions that William, second in line to the throne, and Middleton will be seen in public before April 29th when they marry at Westminster Abbey.

Heavy rain failed to dampen the enthusiasm of onlookers as Middleton, wearing a navy-coloured jacket and skirt, and William arrived smiling at Darwen Aldridge Community Academy school.

The couple were due to officially open the school and launch the "SkillForce Prince's Award," an honour to reward young people who contribute to their local community.

"I know that I am very fortunate. I have the support of my family and friends, I do a job I enjoy... and I have Catherine," William said in a speech at the school.

"But I have learnt through working with some truly inspiring charities -- none more so than SkillForce -- that these things can never be taken for granted."

Later they visited a local country park as part of an initiative to protect more than 2,000 outdoor areas across Britain and encourage recreational activities.

As well as watching a number of sporting displays, William met youngsters taking part in a soccer skills programme involving Premiership side Blackburn Rovers.

"Kate looked very, very pretty," said Natalie Sailor, 16, who won a 100 metre race started by Middleton.


Monday's visit completed the couple's brief tour of the United Kingdom. They have already visited Wales, where William is based as a search and rescue helicopter pilot, the university in Scotland where they met, and Northern Ireland.

Meanwhile Prime Minister David Cameron has urged Britons to follow his lead and hold a street party to celebrate the wedding.

Cameron, who is holding a party in Downing Street with his wife Samantha, warned councils not to allow "petty bureaucracy" to prevent those planning such celebrations.

"It's a special day for everyone in Britain," Cameron wrote in the Sun. "It's a chance for all of us to come together and celebrate the great things about our country."

However, the call for festivities did not extend to Republic, a campaign group which wants to abolish the monarchy.

They said their attempt to hold a "Not the Royal Wedding" street party in Covent Garden in central London had been blocked by the local council.

"This is a disgraceful attack on the rights of republicans to make their voice heard and to hold a fun and peaceful event," said the group's Executive Officer Graham Smith.

(Writing by Michael Holden, editing by Paul Casciato)

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10 Feb. 2016 

The 10 Best U.S. Markets to Get Rich From Real Estate

Real estate is funny. Historically, it's been one of the best ways to build wealth, yet it scares the pants off most people. Everyone has an uncle or cousin who "lost big" in one of the real-estate crashes, yet admit it: A part of you still wants to invest.

The truth is, real estate can definitely be dangerous. However, with proper education, patience and a little bit of luck, big wealth can be made through real-estate investing. Oh, and one more thing helps: location.

Some areas naturally do better. That's why we at recently put our heads down in data for months to develop an algorithm that looks at all the major markets in America in an attempt to determine what the best and worst locations have been recently for real-estate investors. We call this " The BiggerPockets Real Estate Investment Market Index."

This index seeks to determine which of the 50 most populous U.S. metro markets were most likely to have provided strong returns for residential real-estate investors between early 2014 and early 2015. This index measures both appreciation and gross rents as a percentage of average purchase prices.

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Within the dates studied by the index, let's look at the 10 biggest real estate winners.

1. Dallas

Dallas tops the list of real-estate markets over the period studied, exhibiting strong price appreciation, while remaining a market in which investors saw strong rents relative to property values. Investors in Dallas stood to earn an almost 20 percent unleveraged return for residential real-estate investments before expenses.

2. Denver

Falling closely behind Dallas, Denver takes the number-two spot, driven largely by the strongest appreciation in home values of any major market studied over the period. Residential real-estate prices increased a staggering 13.4 percent year over year across the Denver metro region.

3. Miami

Miami is one of three Florida markets on the top ten list, boasting an impressive 18.6 percent year-over-year return for investors.

4. Houston

Houston is the most populous city in the top 10 list, with more than 2.2 million residents. Investors on average saw a gross return of 18.5 percent over the past year.

5. Atlanta

Investors in the Atlanta market saw a 16.4 percent return over the past year, led by almost even gains in cash flow and appreciation.

6. Tampa, Fla.

Tampa, Fla., probably best known for its football team, made the number-six spot on our index, led by strong cash flow. Like its neighbor Atlanta, investors in Tampa saw a 16.4 percent return.

7. Detroit

Detroit has had an interesting real-estate past, and it's still possible to buy real estate for less than the cost of a used car. However, Detroit is also clearly climbing its way out of the pit, emerging as number seven on the list for overall return for investors, sporting a cool 16.2 percent return.

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8. Austin, Texas

Austin, perhaps best known for its hipsters, weirdness and SXSW festival, comes in at number eight due to the incredible rise in values across the Austin metro area. Both house flippers and home owners have had a great year in Austin, seeing their property values climb an average of nearly 9 percent in just a year. Combining cash flow with appreciation, investors saw a 15.6 percent return.

9. Las Vegas

Gambling and the weather are not the only things hot in Vegas these days, as investors are seeing huge gains in their properties' value, accompanied by strong cash flow due to relatively low house prices yet strong rental rates, leading to an overall return of 15.3 percent.

10. Orlando, Fla.

Rounding out the list is everyone's favorite cartoon-themed vacation destination spot: Orlando, Fla. Orlando investors saw an average overall return of 14.9 percent over the past year, due largely to Orlando's higher-than-average rental prices.

The chart below shows the 10 markets with the most favorable combinations of gross rents and appreciation for investors:


It will be obvious to any investor looking at this data to note that expenses are not included in this study. Expenses vary widely across the 50 metros studied and are impacted by factors such as taxes, insurance, weather/climate, cost of living, landlord friendly/unfriendly laws, contractor costs and other similar variables.

Furthermore, even if accurate data on each of the many expenses listed were readily available to the public, expenses can also vary from investor to investor based on non-market forces such as diligence in property management, variations in tenant-screening processes, experience with contractors and other experience-related advantages.

Because of the complexity in creating any kind of index measuring expenses in the top 50 metro areas, expenses were excluded from this study entirely.

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30 En 2016 

H.I.G. Capital Announces the Purchase of Two Portuguese Loan and REO Portfolios

LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--H.I.G. Capital (H.I.G.), a leading global investment firm, announced today that its affiliate has reached an agreement with the shareholders of Finangeste, a Portuguese asset manager, to acquire two real estate-based portfolios. The portfolios are comprised of 77 Real Estate assets and 114 secured loans with a face value of over 110 million.

The transaction represents H.I.G.s 21st real estate investment in Europe since the beginning of 2013. H.I.G. continues to add to its sizeable portfolio of Real Estate assets in Europe, especially in its target market of small/midcap opportunities with a meaningful value-added component.

Ahmed Hamdani, Managing Director at H.I.G. in London, commented: This investment demonstrates our ability to execute complex transactions in the Portuguese market. We continue to acquire undervalued real estate assets and assets where we see an opportunity to add value by enhancing the income and quality of the asset.

Sanjoy Chattopadhyay, Principal at H.I.G., added: We are pleased to complete this transaction, which gives us a strong platform for additional investments in both the Portuguese NPL and Real Estate markets.

About H.I.G. Capital

H.I.G. is a leading global private equity and alternative assets investment firm with 17 billion of equity capital under management.* Based in Miami, and with offices in New York, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, San Francisco, and Atlanta in the U.S., as well as international affiliate offices in London, Hamburg, Madrid, Milan, Paris and Rio de Janeiro, H.I.G. specializes in providing both debt and equity capital to small and mid-sized companies, utilizing a flexible and operationally focused approach:

1. H.I.G.s equity funds invest in management buyouts, recapitalizations and corporate carve-outs of both profitable as well as underperforming manufacturing and service businesses.

2. H.I.G.s debt funds invest in senior, unitranche and junior debt financing to companies across the size spectrum, both on a primary (direct origination) basis, as well as in the secondary markets. H.I.G. is also a leading CLO manager, through its WhiteHorse family of vehicles, and manages a publicly traded BDC, WhiteHorse Finance.

3. Other H.I.G. funds invest in various real assets, including real estate and shipping.

Since its founding in 1993, H.I.G. has invested in and managed more than 200 companies worldwide. The firm's current portfolio includes more than 100 companies with combined sales in sims urban oasis price excess of 22 billion. For more information, please refer to the H.I.G. website at

* Based on total capital commitments to funds managed by H.I.G. Capital and its affiliates.

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24 En 2016 

Good places in the US for low end property investment?

Everything is that price in Florida! I am talking about 1 or 2 bed Condos, or one house for the whole sum, so $120k, I could manage that in Florida easily.

Lol, you haven't been to New York state then? I nearly bought a nice little home in a non-gangland part of Rochester for about $30k in 2007, with the intention that my fiance (now wife) could live there rent free whilst she worked there.

I'm not talking about something off of Desperate Housewives, I'm talking about low end of the market, in any area where drive by shootings aren't a daily occurance.

Basically I am left with Vegas (rentals to UNLV students and occassional non-term time use myself) or Florida (see link, easily manageable, I would use something like that myself).

I am clearly shooting down south, rather than up north, if I could spend $250k then I would be upgrading to something bigger here smile

Basically my wife wants to build equity in something, I own this flat outright (pre-nup too), and we are happy to stay here for 6 years. Six years rent alone for this flat in the UK would be 28000 ($42000) so the intention is to use a large proportion of that saving to put a downpayment on property somewhere. Florida looks to be my best bet (just ask Bill Manning how cheap Florida is!).

I was looking at Spain, where people are having to give away apartments, but interest rates are heading towards unprecedented a knockout post levels there so I would only buy in 100% cash there. Then there is Turkey, where many Brits are buying right now, but the unrest in that area does concern me, there is a growing fundamentalist element in Turkey which could well rise to the forefront in a decade or so. I could become Sufidreamers neighbour in Greece, but I was hoping for something which would require nothing other than minor cosmetic changes rather than a wholesale renovation, the mid-market in rural Greece doesn't really cater for turnkey buyers, as much as I would love to get a cement mixer and start building walls, I just don't have the luxury of time.

Berlin could be an alternative, where I could get two big flats in an up and coming area for around $150,000, a lot of paperwork and bureacracy though. Bulgaria is another but I would have to be quick, they are fed up with British investors so will be changing their land ownership laws.

I am basically left with Florida or Berlin, or Bulgaria apartments (apartments are long term leasehold, so foreigners will be unaffected by land reforms).

There is of course the UK, where I could just about buy a one bedroom apartment in my county with a $120k budget, but I was hoping for something which provides a potential escape route from the general misery of the UK, albeit a temporary non-working one if outside of the EU.

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