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NRI/PIO/OCI Real Estate Investment

Property remains the greatest option for NRIs wishing to invest in India as the government continues to push through reforms (such as the Land Acquisition Act, the Real Estate Regulatory Bill, and the relaxing of FDI rules).

However, before making a final selection, several important questions must be answered, such as who is the developer, what are his qualifications, property specifics, location, amenities, payment conditions, legality, and so on. In Hyderabad, iMark offers a variety of attractive investment opportunities.

Why Invest in Hyderabad

The Best Deals in the Country

Real estate costs in Hyderabad are very modest when compared to those in other major cities across the country. During the establishment of the new state, real estate values in Hyderabad were at their lowest. Because the city’s market has yet to reach its peak, investing now will raise the value of property in the future by a factor of ten. For example, the National Housing Bank index, which analyses the movement of property prices in key cities, showed that prices in Hyderabad continued to rise by 2.3 percent in the fourth quarter of 2018. However, real estate experts predict that the Hyderabad market is still undervalued and that prices would skyrocket in the next five years.

The City's Expansion

The ORR’s panchayat areas have yet to see significant expansion. Mankhal, Gaddi annaram, Uppal Kalan, Serilingampalle, Patancheru, and Rajendranagar are locations on the outskirts of Hyderabad (part of GHMC) that have affordable land to develop. The city’s expansion is aided by both business and residential development in these locations. The ORR, Metro Rail, and MMTS networks improve connection and cut travel time to various sections of the city. The demand for plots in Hyderabad is increasing in the areas surrounding the International Airport in Shamshabad mandal. As a result of this high demand, the city is today considered one of the fastest growing investment destinations in the world.

Infrastructure Development

In the last five years, the state government has invested extensively in Hyderabad’s infrastructure development, hastening the building of the Hyderabad Metro and numerous flyovers/underpasses, both of which have greatly improved the city’s connectivity. Apart from the current Outer Ring Road (ORR), the central government has recently committed to create a regional ring road encircling the ORR and connecting significant towns in the surrounding districts in collaboration with the state government. The regional ring road, once completed, will alleviate traffic congestion in the suburbs and on highways leading to SEZs (Special Economic Zones). Real estate values will rise as long as public infrastructure investments continue.

Vacancy Rates at Their Lowest

In the last five years, the state government has invested extensively in Hyderabad’s infrastructure development, hastening the building of the Hyderabad Metro and numerous flyovers/underpasses, both of which have greatly improved the city’s connectivity. Apart from the current Outer Ring Road (ORR), the central government has recently committed to create a regional ring road encircling the ORR and connecting significant towns in the surrounding districts in collaboration with the state government. The regional ring road, once completed, will alleviate traffic congestion in the suburbs and on highways leading to SEZs (Special Economic Zones). Real estate values will rise as long as public infrastructure investments continue.

iMark/Our NRI assistance.

iMark offers you proper assistance and guides you throughout the process of your journey with us. At iMark, we provide detailed information to help you gain a better cognizance of your decision.

FAQ's

An NRI is a Non-resident Indian. Any citizen of our country residing abroad or in a foreign land for work purposes, education etc is considered an NRI.
Absolutely! An NRI can purchase any stable property in India. FEMA handles and monitors the real estate transactions.

Funds can be transacted through the NRE/FCNR (B)/NRO account maintained in India.

Yes of course, the RBI has given permissions for the same.

  • Power of attorney (POA)
  • PAN Card.
  • A copy of the passport of the buyer
  • An NRE or NRO account.
Any property owned by the NRI is and will be taxable.

Definitely! iMark promises to guide and walk you through every step of the process. Our NRI assistance team will always be available at your service.

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