with thepositive noises coming from both Labour and the Conservatives we are expecting our land investment products to receive and even more favourable environment in the longer term. This can only be good news for ourselves and our investors.
(PRWEB) December 31, 2009
2009 was a difficult year for many companies, particularly those who deal in property or investment, so it is surprising that Land Investment company Asset Land Inc. did so well. Their main product, a portfolio of UK land investment opportunities, beat all expectations and defied the market trend. With such a strong year behind them you would expect many companies to consolidate into the New Year, but not Asset land Inc. and 2010 looks set to be another successful year in their continuing success story.
Stuart Bowen of Asset Land Inc. elaborates: "January of 2009 saw the year a very positive year for Asset Land - in particular the great developments with the re-zoning of the Lutterworth Development and the expansion of our San Francisco offices have really sealed the deal this year. However, 2010 already looks set to be a great year with expanding interests in the Middle and Far East. We are also expanding are marketing capacity and getting our message to a wider audience through our partnership with the London Internet Agency."
While the success of companies like Asset Land Inc. are essential to the long term recovery of the United Kingdom they also underscore the strength and potential that still exists. While it is true that the national debt has spiralled and that Government borrowing is at an all time record high, the fact remains that Britain continues to be a fantastic investment opportunity that is underpinned by thesurprisingly quick return to profitability of the banking and financial sectors.
Recent population projections and the upcoming general election has seen a restatement of the major political parties' commitment to housing expansion and re-zoning requirements. This all bodes well for Asset Land Inc. and land investment in general. Mr Bowen concludes: "with thepositive noises coming from both Labour and the Conservatives we are expecting our land investment products to receive and even more favourable environment in the longer term. This can only be good news for ourselves and our investors."