Investment opportunities for NRI's

With the depreciation of Rupee over Dollar, it is very helpful for NRI's to buy property in India as it is comparatively cheaper, and with the current market growth rate it becomes quite obvious that the opportunities to invest are far brighter than imagined. Buying real estate is not only the safest, but also the fastest way to earn wealth, because investing in equity, gold, and deposit schemes are not as lucrative as real estate is.

We have a valuable experience of over two decades in this industry, and we are skillful enough to understand the present real estate market scenario, and help our clients with brilliant investment opportunities. We also have a huge base in sub-urban areas which show a lot of growth opportunities in the near future, because of the rising working population and initiatives like 'Smart Cities' and 'Make in India' by the Central Government.

In sub-urban areas the properties are comparatively cheaper than in the city due to the demand and supply gap. So, investing in a sub-urban area is a smarter option as it is cheaper and yields great returns. With great optimism towards the future NRI's would undoubtedly double their investment with in no time. So, do not wait until the opportunity knocks your door.

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FAQs

An Indian citizen who stays abroad for employment/carrying on business or vocation outside India or stays abroad under circumstances indicating an intention for an uncertain duration of stay abroad is a non-resident. (Persons posted in U.N. organisations and officials deputed abroad by Central/State Governments and Public Sector undertakings on temporary assignments are also treated as non-temporary assignments are also treated as non-residents). Non-resident foreign citizens of Indian origin are treated on par with non- resident Indian citizens (NRIs).
A person of Indian origin means an individual (not being a citizen of Pakistan or Bangladesh or Sri Lanka or Afghanistan or China or Iran or Nepal or Bhutan) who:
• held an Indian Passport at any time, or
• who or whose father or paternal grand father was a citizen of India by virtue of the Constitution of India or the Citizenship Act, 1955
NRIs/OCB's are granted the following facilities:
1. Maintenance of bank accounts in India
2. Investments in securities/shares of, and deposits with, Indian firms/companies
3. Investments in immovable properties in India
A.1 Under the general permission available, the following categories can freely purchase immovable property in India:
i) Non-Resident Indian (NRI) - that is a citizen of India resident outside India
ii) Person of Indian Origin (PIO) - that is an individual (not being a citizen of Pakistan or Bangladesh or Sri Lanka or Afghanistan or China or Iran or Nepal or Bhutan), who
1. at any time, held Indian passport, or
2. who or either of whose father or grandfather was a citizen of India by virtue of the Constitution of India or the Citizenship Act, 1955 (57 of 1955).
The general permission, however, covers only purchase of residential and commercial property.
Yes, the Reserve Bank has granted general permission to NRIs to acquire or dispose of NRI India Properties by way of gift from or to a relative who may be an Indian citizen or a person of Indian origin (PIO) whether resident in India or not.
Yes, under the general permission granted by the Reserve Bank, property other than agricultural land/farm house/plantation property can be acquired by NRIs provided the purchase consideration is met either out of inward remittances in foreign exchange through normal banking channels or out of funds from the purchaser's NRE/FCNR accounts maintained with banks in India and a declaration is submitted to the Central Office of Reserve Bank in form IPI 7 within a period of 90 days from the date of purchase of the property/final payment of purchase consideration.
The Reserve Bank has granted some general permission to certain financial institutions providing housing finance e.g. HDFC, LIC Housing Finance Ltd., etc, and authorized dealers to grant housing loans to NRI nationals for acquisition of a NRI house/flat for self-occupation subject to certain conditions. Criteria regarding the purpose of the loan, margin money and the quantum of loan will be at par with those applicable to resident Indians. Repayment of the loan should be made within a period not exceeding 15 years, out of inward remittance through banking channels or out of funds held in the investors' NRE/FCNR/NRO accounts.
  • A Power Of Attorney (POA) or letter of attorney is a written authorization to represent or act on another's behalf in private affairs, business, or some other legal matter, sometimes against the wishes of the other. The person authorizing the other to act is the principal, grantor, or donor (of the power).
  • A Power Of Attorney is not an instrument of transfer in regard to any right, title or interest in an immovable property.
  • A Power Of Attorney, or letter of attorney, is a document that authorizes another person, known as the agent or attorney-in-fact—usually a legally competent relative or close friend over 18 years old—to handle any combination of financial, legal and health care decisions. A power of attorney is also referred to as a POA. Generally, one chooses a POA as a provision if he or she becomes incapacitated.

Types of Power of Attorney

  • A Power Of Attorney (POA) is an instrument that is used by people to confer authority on somebody else to legally act on their behalf. POA are of two types.
  • Special Power of Attorney (SPA), while an SPA is used for transfer of a specific right to the person on whom it is conferred.
  • General Power of Attorney (GPA), the GPA authorizes the holder to do whatever is necessary.
  • There is no sale clause of immovable property mentioned in POA (notarized)
  • Registered POA from registration office allows sale clause and POA to any one

Following are the important things to be kept in mind while executing the POA

  • Customer Prepares POA as per defined format.
  • Executants has to paste his/her photograph along with signature on each page.
  • Authenticate/adjudicate the POA from Indian Embassy or local authority.
  • Send authenticated/adjudicated POA in India.
  • In India, the POA holder has to paste his/her photograph along with his/her left hand thumb impression and signature.
  • Then this document will have to be stamped for Rs. 500/- (ESBTR, Franking, Stamp paper) and notarised from a Registered Notary. Please ensure that a stamp of “Before Me” is affixed on the document.
  • POA holder and executants Photo ID attach before Notary.