Buying Rented or Pre Rented Property

Most of us want to retire early , for that what you need is Fixed Monthly Income. With the regular income month after month gives you the support you need to peruse your dream work , you can think of retiring at what ever age you like, you can even think of going for social service work, or work harder to earn more, the choice is yours.

Regular income gives you real freedom to do what you want to do because you are not worried about taking care of your family duties.

How do you achieve this ? its simple - just invest right , to be more precise buy a rented or pre rented or pre leased property.

When we say buy a pre rented property we generally are talking about commercial property where the returns are as high as 10% to 11% per annum. This means you can either invest in retail or office spaces, which are retied to good companies or brands. One such property which is very good for investment is the retail rented shops being offered by the most renowned developer of Mumbai - Phoenix - Phoenix mills market city at Kurla Mumbai.

Shops being offered are 150 sf to 1200 sft , which are already rented to well known brands with a rental returns as high as 10,5% . Most of the shops are available immediately and the rental returns range is between 9% to 10.5%. This is a high rate of return by any standards, with the strong brand name of Phoenix and rented to another brand - it has all the right mix to make this offer a big hit with the investors who are looking for a long term peaceful monthly returns.

A must buy for the investors looking to invest and have ready investment. This investment option will suit the NRI's too, as out of India to get an A Grade property with a monthly return of about 10% is unheard of and will be very attractive option for the NRIs.( non resident Indians ).

For any questions that you may have regarding the above proposal then do contact us at : or call +91 9811022205

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