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Investment in Indian Realty Sector…
Pristine’s Realty Sector investment advisory services in India are tailor-made to suit the precise needs of NRI investors. The constant upsurge in Indian real estate market is attributed to the favorable government policies and availability of quick home loans by the financial institutions and banks. The foray of Private builders in the realty sector and the large FDI (Foreign Direct investment) being pumped into the Indian market has also made this sector the most lucrative one for deriving more ROI for NRI investors. Understandably, this seems the most appropriate time to plan an investment in the realty sector in India.

 

Pristine’s Realty Sector investment advisory has drawn out special services for all the NRI investors who are willing to benefit from this investment proposition in India. So, whether it is an individual investment, or a large scale investment involving FDI approval from the government of India, we @ PRISTINE can easily guide you through the paperwork and legalities to find a most appropriate deal in the India realty sector.

 

Any NRI investing in Indian real estate should thus look at the specific segment that he/she is planning to invest his/her money in. Pristine’s Realty Sector investment advisory services for NRIs can be very useful for making the right investment choice.

 
Indian Government Initiative to attract FDI.
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The Government of India has put forth a highly liberal and see-through policy for encouraging investments from NRIs.
Most of the sectors are now thrown open to FDI under the automatic route.
Under the several measures taken by RBI, NRIs can now invest, transfer, give and inherit immovable property in India.
NRIs holding Indian passports & persons of Indian origin (PIOs) are also given parity of status.
The RBI has also granted permission to persons residing outside India holding Indian passports and PIOs to buy residential and commercial properties in India.
Housing finance companies and banks have also been allowed to offer home loans to NRIs and PIOs.
NRIs also don’t have to go through a circuitous route for repatriation now. They can approach authorized foreign exchange dealers instead of RBI.
The rental income obtained from investment in Indian real estate has also been allowed to be repatriated every year.
   
The Growth Indicators.
   
At $50 billion, the Indian real estate market is really booming, and is expected to grow at a staggering 25% annually.
According to report of Ernst & Young, IT & IT Enabled Services are expected to require 50 million to 70 million square feet of space over next 2-3 years.
The new FDI rules permit foreign investors to capitalize on smaller projects. There used to be a 100-acre minimum, and now it’s a 25-acre minimum.
According to AT Kearney’s Global investor Confidence Survey ’2004, India has been ranked as the third most favored destination for FDI in the world.
Indian Government’s 10th Five Year Plan estimated a shortage of 22.4 million dwelling units and according to FICCI, 80 to 90 million housing units over the next 10 to 15 years will have to be constructed.
India is at the top position in the world in 2005 Global Retail Development index. According to AT Kearney’s recent report, India’s underserved US$330 billion retail market has grown by 10 percent on average per year over the past five years.
According to a recent study, there is a demand for 30-35 million sq. ft. of space for hospitality-leisure real estate sector, involving an investment of 8-9 billion US Dollars in the next 5 years.