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Wave City Center organises an investor forum

Press Trust of India  |  Noida 

Wave City Center today organised an Investors Forum to boost investor confidence in the real estate sector.

The Investors Forum was adressed by the Sales and Marketing trainer Roman Bodnarchuk and Taxation expert Abhishek Batra.

Speaking at the forum Bodnarchuk said, "Real estate is a lucrative investment avenue which will yield high appreciation. The forum has been organised to encourage real estate investors to put their money strategically which will help them earn maximum return on their investment."

While, Batra at the forum talked about the tax implications on sale and purchase of real estate property.

At the forum, Wave Infratech also gave details about their township project - Wave City Center in Noida. The investors were also informed about the residential projects- Amore, Trucia, Vasilia and Irenia and the retail complex - MetroMart at the township.

Wave City Center is mixed-use residential and commercial development spread over 152 acres of land in of Noida, including studio apartments, office complexes, mall & multiplexes and various other residential and commercial projects.

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First Published: Sun, September 28 2014. 18:45 IST
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