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Month: February 2016

10 Qualities of a Real Estate Consultant

10 Qualities of a Real Estate Consultant

Investing in property is not as easy as a walk in the park. An NRI faces alike problems as an indigenous one. But hiring a veteran real estate consultant with good repo can solve most of his problems. Hiring any consultant of the housing sector may leave you puzzled. But a professional consultant can win half of the battle of property investment for you. However, he should have honesty, sugary tongue and self-driven personality. But these traits are not enough. The Indian diaspora abroad should look an acknowledged one. That consultant should have map of localities and market scanned in his mind. Built up connections with MCD, real estate companies, appraiser and other housing departments would be appreciable if the real estate consultant has these. He should be excellent in pursuing the buyers and sellers of property. Negotiation abilities will be in his blood. His utmost good faith among the property buyer and seller community can help the buyer as well as the seller of the property. As a middle man, he should look after buyers and sellers’ requirement carefully. Paperwork is the most burdensome task to battle with. He should be well versed with it. Acting as a legal advisor, he should have every detail regarding home loan, other property documentation and its taxation policies. Mostly NRIs think about what taxation policies regarding property should be executed. They don’t of have idea of the recent amendments and the prevalent laws. Most of the worries about receivable payment hover over the mind of the seller. And the buyer falls in between the dilemma whether he would get the charge of the property within the said timeframe or not. The real estate consultant sorts all these problems himself. If he possesses all these qualities, the migrant can take a sigh of relief during property investment.

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CA Certification for NRI Investment No More Compulsory

CA Certification for NRI Investment No More Compulsory

Taxation policy updates are the alarming bells set for the tax payers. Non-residents of India used to find them chill wind to encounter with. Over the years, scenario has been changed. Relaxation in stringent taxation policies is introduced. This is done to get migrants head around NRI investment in various sectors, such as real-estate, housing, finance and technology.

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NRI Investment Tips in Fruitful Schemes in India

NRI Investment Tips in Fruitful Schemes in India

NRIs have started looking towards Indian economy with the positive approach. As the finance schemes of the country are carved as profit-oriented, the migrants have got good chance to take advantage of NRI investment Tips. In 2014, the investment of the foreign diaspora was $ 4.71 billion which swelled to $ 6.97 billion till June 2015. The trend of swelling investment continued rapidly and it reached to $ 120 billion till September 2015. The increment in investment is really commendable. This diaspora can use three accounts for banking facility. These are Non-Resident Ordinary Rupee Account (NRO), Non-Resident External Rupee Account (NRE) and Foreign Currency Non-Resident Bank Deposits (FCNR). NPS and fixed deposit investment plans are the most leveraging and fruitful schemes under which they can project good earning as well as savings. There are some nri investment tips for you which is very effective to learn that how to invest money in India and where to invest money in India.

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Best Investment Plans In India for NRIs

Best Investment Plans In India for NRIs

Better infrastructure, health and education centers and profound economy growth by reaps and bounds are the prominent interpreters of NRIs enhancing faith in India. Its local markets registered swollen investment worth $10 billion in the first half of the year 2015 by NRIs. It frequently jumped to $ 121.8 billion till September in the same financial year. There is no chance of this investment to go down in flames in the coming future.

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