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  • Investing In Punjab Real Estate

    Real estate refers to property that consists of land and the respective building along with its natural resources. Real estate can be broadly categorized into three major groups namely, residential, commercial and industrial. Real estate depends on a maxim which says, “Location, location, location” since profit in real estate is affected by the area in which it is located. One of the most globally recognised sectors is Indian real estate sector. They are shelling out little...

  • Selling Property In Punjab

    Non Resident Indians (NRI), who left India many years ago do find themselves amidst troublesome situations after they inherit their ancestral properties. Punjab, which is one of the most developed states in India, is also home to many Non Resident Indians (NRI). There have been many instances of Non Resident Indians being duped in India, while trying to sell their property. Incidents have also come to the fore wherein, people have occupied properties of NRI's illegally, taking...

  • Why Buying Agricultural Land in Punjab is the Best Option

    1. Why Buying Agricultural Land in Punjab is the Best Option There are various real estate agents in India that help in buying or selling property in India, and especially agricultural land that is inherited from ancestors. The task of selling or buying agricultural land in Punjab, especially for an uncertain property need to be administered very well, and that is made possible with the support of experienced agents. Contacting an experienced property agent, who is well-versed, is...

  • Seek Assistance And Sell Property From UK

    Non Resident Indians (NRI) can transfer title of their inherited property to their name. However, one cannot take a sigh of relief only by transferring the title of the property. Selling of the inherited property can be a taxing task as most of the non-residential Indians are not familiar with the process that is involved in buying, selling or renting of any kind of properties. This is where a real estate agent comes in handy for an NRI. They will ease your trouble to a great extent....

  • Real Estate Investment In Punjab

    Real estate is one of the most flourishing businesses in the world and the amount of money and revenue generated from this sector amounts to trillions of dollars across the globe. Real estate simply implies about a property that consist of land and the buildings on it, the natural resources present in the property such as crops, minerals, water or any other immovable asset on it. Today, the profession that is involved in the process of buying, selling, or renting land, buildings, and...

  • Why Buy Property In Punjab?

    Why Buy Property In Punjab? The most powerful state of the nation, Punjab has a long history and cultural heritage. The state is known for its infrastructure and connectivity. This is why big and popular residential projects are moving towards Punjab. The state is attracting a number of people to make investment in its real estate sector. Talking of property, Punjab has much to offer which includes villas, residential apartments, flats and bungalows. Investing in the state assures you...

  • Reasons For the Growth of Residential Property Market in Mohali

     Reasons For the Growth of Residential Property Market in Mohali If NCR is known for the escalating real estate property matters then Mohali is the catalyst in the real estate industry's growth in Punjab. It is one of the fastest growing IT towns loaded with all the urban features and projecting a promising future for India. Located in the close vicinity of Chandigarh city and Panchkula, the three are also known as the Tricity.   Mohali has developed both as an IT hub as...

  • NRI guide to property investment in India

    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.The Reserve Bank of India has also given permission to all non-residents who possess Indian passports as well as people of Indian origin to put their money in the real estate sector (residential as well as commercial property...

  • Time to buy property in India is Now! - Non residents buying property in India

    If 20 to 25% off sounds like music to you when making everyday purchases, then how does almost 25% off sound, on the the purchase of property! The value of the Indian Rupee has been steadily declining for the past few months. The rate of exchange which typically used to be Rupees 45 for a US dollar, currently is close to Rupees 55.The fall of the Indian Rupee, makes prices cheaper in India for NRIs and Persons of Indian origin (PIO) who earn and make payments in foreign currency. If...

  • Dual Citizenship India? - OCI

    The constitution of India does not allow Indian citizenship and citizenship of a foreign country at the same time. India does not offer dual citizenship. Many nonresident Indians were left with the impression during the last two years that the government of India had decided to grant dual citizenship. Instead of Dual citizenship, India offers a lifelong visa and has cleverly called it Overseas Citizen of India (OCI). Many Indians are confusing this with dual citizenship. Those...

  • Punjab govt changes rules for NRI property sale

    PATIALA: Under attack for its failure to protect NRIs properties in the state, the Punjab government is bringing some changes in rules to make the process of selling NRIs properties more transparent. The Punjab police have started the process of bringing changes in rules governing the sale of properties of NRIs. If all goes well, no one, even persons having the power of attorney (POA), will be able to sell the properties of NRIs without the involvement of latter....

  • Punjabi diaspora wants fast-track courts for property disputes

    JALANDHAR: On the eve of the NRI Sammelan being organized by Punjab government, the North American Punjabi Association (NAPA) has demanded that Punjab government should designate a special fast track court or set up a judicial commission to solve their property disputes and matrimonial issues within a prescribed timeframe.  "Most overseas Punjabi community members have to run from pillar to post in their home state Punjab to resolve the disputes. It takes several years and becomes...