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Boezem Estates Limited offers objects Quartermile, Edinburgh

Posted on November 17, 2016

Boezem Estates Limited started investing in the heart of Edinburgh by acquiring exclusive apartments in Quartermile district. This is only the beginning.

CEO of Boezem Estates Limited marks that Edinburgh in its present state is one of the best cities in Great Britain for real estate investments. To begin with this city has well-developed infrastructure and economy. Beautiful sceneries and magnificent architecture make this place a glance back in the past.

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Quartermile is a newly created region in the heard of Edinburgh which will offer around 800 new apartments after the construction is over. All units will have antique facade so the interested parties will get fresh product in well-designed archaized package. The prices vary from 300,000 to 1 million depending on the unit footage and location.

For those seeking to acquire an ancient castle Boezem Estates Limited can already offer a large-scale mansion between Glasgow and Edinburgh. This opportunity can be purchased for 3 million Euros. A mansion surrounded by lakes and mountains, with gardens and stables can be turned into hotel. Currently the experts of Boezem Estates Limited develop several scenarios for this optional and will be able to offer the results in autumn this year. This can be a perfect opportunity for foreign investors who decided to place the capital in real estate to generate income rather than just for living. Depending on the attention paid to this project Boezem Estates may consider acquiring a couple more such units for redevelopment purposes. This project can be called a trial one for Boezem Estates Limited and its partners to test the water.

Boezem Estates Limited also thinks over the option of developing its own custom projects. Yet by now the company does not seem to have all required resources and may need the assistance and support of local developer.

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