We offer a very professional, discreet service which enables our investors to find exactly what they are looking for without the hassle of doing it themselves.
London (PRWEB UK) 4 February 2013
With interest rates low, and money earning very little in the bank, many people are looking for luxury investments to help build their income and their net worth.
Where does one look for luxury investments? The internet? Usually yes, but Scaleogy.com have made it easier for investment seekers by launching their bespoke investments and acquisitions platform.
"It's ever so simple, you just let us know what you are looking for and we source it for you. We have incredible contacts online from all over the world and we are able to source most things for our investors. This is a done for you service, so all our applicants have to do is apply, let us know what they want and we then do everything we can to find it for them" says Scaleogy Founder Ben Hulme.
Scaleogy.com have made it really easy for investors to get started. All they have to do is register on the website, after which they will have access to the latest investment opportunities. But Scaleogy goes beyond because they can also source products, investments and acquisitions for their members.
"We offer a very professional, discreet service which enables our investors to find exactly what they are looking for without the hassle of doing it themselves. Many high end investors and collectors are busy and we want to make things easy for them, whether they are looking for a private jet or a bespoke piece of artwork, we work closely with them to find exactly what they are looking for" says Ben.
Scaleogy don't just stop at investments though, if one is looking for certain event tickets or other 'hard to get' items, they can usually source it for their clients. They have built a large client bank of both buyers and sellers alike and once someone becomes a member they have access to products that the general market doesn't have at it's disposal.
This is a great service and you can find out more at http://www.Scaleogy.com