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A leading real estate developer in the UAE, Gr8 Real Estate, has revealed the launch of Lake Signature, a residential project located at the Emirates Lake Towers, in Emirates City, Ajman.

The 30 storey development offers a range of studios, single and double bedroom units, with 100% ownership benefit, and UAE residence visa.

Other noteworthy features of this state-of-the-art residential tower are the 24 residential floors, G + 5 podium parking, provision for sporting such as Table Tennis, and Billiards, apart from Gymnasium, Sauna Room, Jacuzzi, Ladies Aerobic Hall, separate swimming pool for adults and children, an exclusive lobby, guest room, wireless internet and round the clock security.

Gr8 Holding is a subsidiary of Gr8 Group, which has made its significant presence felt in various industries over the last thirty years. Established in 2004, the company has carved a niche for itself in the UAE realty sector, and has been handling property sales, property management, leasing and brokerage.
 

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Hello all,
We have set-up Ajman investors (Ajman Investor Group (AIG)).
There are 18 units (few people own more than one unit) in the database at the moment. If and when the need arises we can get in touch and take any group action which might be required.

Database will contain the following information.
- Investor’s e-mail address
- Size of the unit (studio, 1 bed etc)
- Investment building (e.g. Emirate Lake Towers)
- Master developer’s name (e.g. Chapal World L.L.C.)
- City and Country of residency.

If you think this is a good idea and want to be part of Ajman Investor Group (AIG) then please send the requested information to [email protected]
From time to time, I will send you updates re. the total members of the Ajman Investor Group (AIG).


Thanks and kind regards.
 

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Uhm, taking group action in the UAE? Do not think so, sorry. Hope no one fell for this. You need to try alternate routes or just accept that especially in emerging markets you should never invest more than you can afford to lose.

Do have your hard-earned life savings invested somewhere more stable and steady (wherever that is these days!).
 
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