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Buying Real Estate Throughout the World Has Become Cheaper

by Marquette Turner Luxury Homes

in Features, Investing in Property, Marquette Turner, Money & Business, Resources, Variety

Simon Turner of Marquette Turner Luxury Homes writes:

With global barriers becoming of less and less importance, we have found that our properties are being purchased by buyers from a different country, or by buyers that have substantial assets externally.

Moving funds around the world to purchase these properties can often be expensive, once fees and currencies are taken into account.

In recognising this, Marquette Turner Luxury Homes (MTLH) are excited to partner with Associated Foreign Exchange (AFEX).

AFEX is a market leader in worldwide payment services for organisations, individuals and institutions conducting business internationally.

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MTLH and AFEX recognise the importance of providing clients of MTLH with corporate rates for foreign exchange payments and lower transaction fees.

Clients of MTLH and AFEX receive:

– exceptionally low transaction fees

– the most competitive exchange rates in all foreign currencies

– convenient, fast and secure transaction processing

– one-on-one service with foreign exchange specialists for the lifetime of the relationship

– 24 hour market tracking

– 24 hour online trading.


By dealing with experts that do not have the overheads of major banks, AFEX can provide client’s of MTLH with far better rates of exchange, essential when it comes to property transactions.

To start sending international payments, please contact Jarrad Slowik at AFEX on +61 2 9268 7635 or email jslowik@afex.com

Alternatively, please contact MTLH on +61 2 9238 6673 or email info@marquetteturner.com.au

DOWNLOAD the MTLH/AFEX Flyer as a pdf document.

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