Looks are deceptive: The upside of the Greek tragedy- By Taher Suterwalla

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Taher Suterwalla

The fallacy lies in our gullibility. Conjure us with a notion and we are easy to deceive. It’s easy to get swayed by the generally propagating views on a topic as tragic as Greece’s downfall with the European Union. But if we go beyond this deception and try to look at the other side of the coin, we’d realize there is so much more to this Greek situation than what meets the eye. When all the investors are moving away from Greece and the share markets are in a dismal because of the recent happenings, the country of gods is looking at a tough time ahead of itself.

But there is a light at the end of the tunnel, at least for people like me. With the Greek economy struggling to make it through this phase of tribulations, it has become a haven for investors like me. The real estate sector in Greece is at an all time low and is up for sale. After my ventures like View Emirates and Trading Equity, I am planning to make an investment in an exotic property in Greece; an estate or perhaps even an island. The prices are down than ever. Buying with a long term perspective would make these investments quite rewarding.

Whether Greece remains a part of the Euro zone is immaterial in this context, for the real estate prices would still be down for a considerable period of time. The prices of various properties are down by 50% and more. To all those investors who are looking at making international investments, Greece is lucrative option.

About Taher Suterwalla:

A visionary, Taher Suterwalla has carved a niche for himself in the domain of real estate. Taher sets out with the intentions of bridging a gap that existed between what customers expected and what they were delivered. Keeping in line with this, he has successfully delivered benchmark projects like View Emirates, Trading Equity and many more.

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