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Prashant Kumar

@letsuser | Posted 13 Nov, 2018 |

Why NRIs are so gung-ho about buying property in India?

DS Group

Owner | Posted 13 Aug, 2019

Indian property developers expect to generate business worth $54 million during the three-day exhibition scheduled from June 21-23 here, organisers have said.

They are looking for higher investments from expatriates after the sharp slide of the rupee against the US dollar and the dirham. The 10th edition of the show will have over 70 developers displaying over 300 projects from across India and is expecting a footfall of 15,000 interested buyers and Because of Word Class Infrastructure, Banking, Cheap Facility of Goods & Services. Apartments as per your standards.

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Posted 25 Feb, 2019

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Yes, associate degree NRI should buy a property in India as long as you appoint associate degree Indian resident as your general power of professional person. Granting somebody Power of professional person permits them to require choices and sign documents on your behalf. Since they reside in India, they prevent the difficulty of getting to be physically gift. As your touchstone (General Power of Attorney) has to act in your best interests, you'll got to appoint somebody whom you trust fully. A Poa is helpful to follow informed the development standing, physically examine the property and be gift for the specified work. Since being physically gift {at all|in the least|the least bit|in the slightest degree|in associate degreey respect} times is not possible for an NRI shopping for property in India, Power of professional person standing will prevent loads of hassle.

Zubair khan

Blogger | Posted 21 Nov, 2018

Yes, an NRI can buy a property in India as long as you appoint an Indian resident as your general power of attorney. Granting someone Power of Attorney allows them to take decisions and sign documents on your behalf. Since they reside in India, they save you the trouble of having to be physically present. As your GPA (General Power of Attorney) needs to act in your best interests, you will need to appoint someone whom you trust completely. A PoA is useful to follow up on the construction status, physically inspect the property and be present for the required paperwork. Since being physically present at all times is impossible for an NRI buying property in India, Power of Attorney status can save you a lot of trouble. 

Vasanthi Gopalan

Educator/ Work from home Search Engine Evaluator. | Posted 20 Nov, 2018

After demonetisation Indian economy is struggling to stand up in its leg. As the liquidity in the market vanished, many industries were unable to survive. Real estate industry is one of them. End of 2017, property prices touched the bottom level in India. So investors think that this is the best time to invest in real estate.

If we go by the words of Mr. Ashish Agarwal, senior director, valuation and advisory services, Colliers International India, reduction in supply and promise of builders for timely delivery gives hope to the revival in property business.  

Another reason for NRI's interested in Indian real estate industry is the safety measures taken by Indian government. With RERA (Real Estate Regulation Act) in place the danger of delay in finishing the projects is reduced and the promised quality is also visible in the projects. So the risk is reduced drastically. The consumer's confidence is increased because of this RERA.

And anti profiteering provisions of GST and recently amended provisions of insolvency and bankruptcy code give hope to real estate industry. So NRIs want to invest in Indian properties.

Most important factor about the NRIs interested in Indian real estate is due to the sharp fall in Indian rupee against US dollars. In the last eight months NRI's investments in Indian real estate market is already exceeded the total of last financial year. In the fiscal year 2019, the investments in Indian real estate is more than $10billion.

Another interesting factor  for these NRI investments is the uncertainty of VISAs and Trump's residency rules. These are the reason for NRIs are so gung-ho about buying property in India.

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