Thursday, November 24, 2011
Cheap Insurance Locator has redeveloped their car insurance comparison system for young drivers, allowing them to save even more money on their insurance quotes.
Fulham, London, November 25, 2011 - Cheap Insurance Locator has redeveloped their car insurance comparison system for young drivers, allowing them to save even more money on their insurance quotes.
With the help of the countries top insurance providers, they can help our young drivers on the roads to get cheaper car insurance quotes by offering a simple and easy to use quote form that instantly delivers results for comparison.
As the number of new drivers increases over the holiday season, due to students having time to take driving tests and a number receiving cars for their Christmas presents, their could not be a better time to start offering great savings on insurance for this particular group of drivers.
Even though some insurance companies do offer great deals for new and young drivers they can be hard to come across as these deals are not advertised as much as other lower risk categories, and even in some cases other insurers will simply not offer cheap car insurance for young drivers as it is considered just too risky. But thanks to this new comparison system all those hard to find deals are made apparent to people who desperately want to lower their outgoings.
Before quote forms it could be near on impossible to get a fair deal, as you would be required to ring a large number of companies, handing over the same details to each one. Even if you do have the patience to do this, it is likely you will miss a great offer or if you do find a great one it can be extremely easy to lose with all the notes you make on sheets of paper!
Cheap Insurance Locator provides insurance quotes for a number of areas of the market, from cheap mini insurance and cheap 4x4 insurance, to insurance for your home. We have been operating for nearly three years and have always stuck to own original goal, to save money for our visitors.
To find out more about cheap insurance for young drivers visit Cheap Car Insurance.
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News that a major Bahrain-based alternative investment bank has increased its investment in US real estate has been welcomed by Alternative Asset Analysis (AAA) as a further sign of the popularity of alternative assets among Muslim investors.
Boston, MA, November 24, 2011 - News that a major Bahrain-based alternative investment bank has increased its investment in US real estate has been welcomed by Alternative Asset Analysis (AAA) as a further sign of the popularity of alternative assets among Muslim investors.
Investcorp has just announced the closure of new deals to buy large office complexes in both New York and California’s Long Beach region. It has also recently completed deals to buy office blocks in London.
Other real estate owned by Investcorp includes a $37 million building on Boynton Beach in Florida and a huge 221-unit residential community complex in Atlanta. The latest acquisitions are worth some $300 million, according to reports.
The firms makes alternative investments that are compliant with Islamic laws that prevent people from investing in propositions that could be seen as involving any form of gambling. Investcorp’s president for the Gulf business, Mohammed Al Shroogi, said, "Our historical experience in the US real estate market allowed us to identify and acquire these three Sharia-compliant properties.”
He added, "They complement our growing mix of investments selected for their strong and stable tenant histories, ties to growing metropolitan communities, and above market cash yields.”
AAA claims that alternative investments can be a good option for Muslim investors due to the way they are structured. Investing in forestry, for example, offers a stable investment in a tangible asset that will grow predictably in size and therefore in value. Forestry schemes such as the sustainable plantations grown by firms like Greenwood Management in Brazil, can also be seen as more ethical choices, as they are helping to reduce deforestation in developing countries.
AAA’s analysis partner, Anthony Johnson, explained, “more and more investors are moving away from traditional equities and into more alternative asset classes in order to reduce the risk in their portfolios. This is something Shariah-compliant investors have been doing for some time, and the model seems to work.”
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