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Millionaires Need $7.5 Million USD to “Feel” Wealthy in 2011

A survey of more than 1,000 millionaires (households with at least $1 million in investible assets, excluding retirement accounts and real estate), 42% of respondents say they don’t feel wealthy. To “feel” wealthy they need at least an average net worth of $7.5 million USD.

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How Indian’s Are Investing Their Money in Real Estate Locally

The number of Indian households defined as “rich” will have risen from three million in 2003 to 11 million by 2013. Additionally, the number of middle class “aspirers” is expected to increase even more substantially, from 46 million to 124 million in the same period. Right now, India has around 130,000 high-net-worth individuals (people with investable assets of more than $1 million USD) and this rate is growing at 20% a year, which is second only to Singapore.

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The Factors Influencing Property Investment for High Net Worth Individuals

According to a recent survey*, the most important factor for high-net-worth individuals (HNW_I’s) when investing in residential real estate is the long-term capital appreciation.

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The Criteria of High-Net Worth Individuals for Buying Property

Typically when asked, a real estate agent will state that the most important factors for buyers purchasing real estate are the proximity to schools and transport links. Well, a recent survey of high-net-worth individuals completely opposes such a view. In fact, of 14 factors, proximity to schools and transport links were 14th and 12th respectively.

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