If you are a non-resident Indian (NRI) planning to buy a property in India, time could not have been better for you to do so. While India’s real estate sector has seen a price correction in the recent past, buying property in Indian has also become more lucrative with favourable currency rates. India has emerged as a lucrative spot for international capital. Overseas investments have surged 137 per cent, from USD 3.2 billion during 2011-13 to USD 7.6 billion during 2014-16. […]
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Real Estate Sector is one of the most sought-after investment alternatives in India. We usually make it as an emotional asset too. Many people want to make a mark of their own in the heart of their next generation and for that, they consider property as the best tool. The property thus acquired in one’s lifetime has to be transferred to the next generations like what our ancestors had passed on to us. You can obtain immovable property in various […]
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