The company is pleased that the subject of Due Diligence has been brought to the attention of the property investment market, especially by such an integral media as the Financial Times.
London, UK (PRWEB) September 24, 2007
A recent Due Diligence report by Obelisk has received major interest from financial institutions and publications who have commented on the company's compulsory act of Due Diligence on all property investment projects offered to Obelisk clients.
Sharon Flaherty comments, "For all of the investment projects it handles, Obelisk said it will undertake a rigorous process of investigation leading to a due diligence report, which should help with the buying process."
Kevin Prior, Investment Director at Obelisk comments, "The company is pleased that the subject of Due Diligence has been brought to the attention of the property investment market, especially by such an integral media as the Financial Times."
The Obelisk report highlights the potential mine field buyers can face when entering into the foreign property investment markets, and how the compulsory act of Due Diligence for the overseas property will provide security and integrity of the projects.
Mr Prior continues, "Investor clients require clear, transparent and legally sound property reports which provides them with a full audit of the market, developer and the development."
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