Aristo Developers firmly remains at the forefront of the real estate market and continues its course as preferred choice for foreign buyers and investors looking to invest in the Cyprus property with its visible participation in international real estate exhibitions during October 2016.
During the said period the Company successfully participated in exhibitions held in Egypt, Russia, Kuwait, Abu Dhabi, Dubai, India, Cyprus and China, utilising a great chance to extend existing wide network of partners around the globe.
During these events, representatives of Aristo Developers used the opportunity to present the audience with the extensive property portfolio offered by the Company, including The Venus Rock Golf Resort, a unique megaproject of an outstanding beauty and immaculate architecture on the edge of the south-eastern Mediterranean, and other latest developments in the most sought-after areas of Cyprus, including the luxurious Spectrum Boutique Residences project in the Limassol tourist area, Pearl Park Residences in the heart of Pafos and the coastal Sea Caves Residences development, setagainst the backdrop of seductive landscape in the renowned Sea Caves and Coral Bay areas on the outskirts of Pafos.
Of particular interest to buyers and investors is the magnificent Pafos Marina project, in which Aristo Developers participates as a major shareholder of the Poseidon Grand Marina of Paphos Consortium.
In the immediate future, the Company plans to participate in exhibitions, business conferences and seminars in China, Dubai, UK as well as Cyprus. These events form part of the evolving and on-going development of the agency programme, aimed at further cementing the leading course of Aristo Developers in the land development sector of Cyprus.
Boasting a successful career spanning beyond 37 years with over 265 completed developments at its belt, 50 new projects in progress and a range of new developments in planning stages, Aristo Developers ensures consistency with continued leadership positions offering its projects to attract new foreign investments in Cyprus’ economy.