Deniliquin real estate agent Trent Lloyd is in China representing opportunities to invest in the local area.TYLA HARRINGTON November 19, 2012 2:13pm
Local real estate agent Trent Lloyd is in China to promote Deniliquin.
The 27 year-old said he received an offer last Friday through his real estate connections to travel to the eastern Asia country to talk to potential Chinese investors.
Mr Lloyd left from Melbourne Thursday night.
‘‘I’m going to highlight to buyers over there why they should buy into a country like ours,’’ The TLC Real Estate owner said.
‘‘I’ll be showcasing Deniliquin. It’s a great spot for investors to buy into.
‘‘I’m really looking forward to the trip, it’s going to be a great experience. Hopefully I’ll expand my horizons.
‘‘Let’s hope they love what Deniliquin has to offer and buy up big.’’
Mr Lloyd will be showing the properties he has for sale in Deniliquin, as well as properties used as rentals.
He also plans to highlight the potential for investment in Deniliquin through affordable homes that can offer attractive returns, especially when compared to a property in Melbourne.
He will also show a short video on Deniliquin.
The real estate agent of nine years will travel for 10 hours before reaching Nanning, where he will stay for three days.
He will then fly to Shanghai for two nights.
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