Potential buyers who are not Indian citizens but are resident in India may still have the legal right to purchase property in India in India. The Foreign Exchange Management Act, 1999 (FEMA) regulates the purchase of properties by Non-Resident Indians (NRI), Persons of Indian Origin (PIO), and foreign citizens.
NRIs have always been opportunistic in terms of investment avenues and returns. The government regularly comes up with new schemes to attract more and more investments from abroad. Real estate is one of the sectors which always grabs the attention of non-residents.
here are many facilities given to the NRIs as far as investing is concerned. They can buy residential or immovable property in the country, transfer or sell it, and if required, even rent it out.
We provide the following services to
- Renting your property
- Leasing property
- Selling of property
- Upkeep of property, Property Maintenance.
- Insurance of Property
- Buying of property
- Description of the land / property
- Calculation of the total land area
- Property Ownership details
- Property Title Search
- Estimating the size of shares of all co-owners
- Locating documents related to transfers if any
- Documenting details about possession of the land
- Current market valuation of the property
- Systematic advice on further action
- Photographs and videos (on special request)