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Kamakshi Infra Projects has decided to plan expensive projects. Our  high-quality construction in India is attracting huge NRI investment in our projects. We ensure transparency about the projects on offer and fairness in dealings.

You will  consider your investments to be safe and rewarding when you park your money in projects of Kamakshi Infra projects
Following lines will be helpful in your investment in India

Indian economy has given a feel good factor to the NRIs, especially in the real estate sector.

All persons residing outside India holding Indian passports and also people of Indian origin have been granted permission by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) to invest in both residential and commercial properties in India.
Markets have stabilized and there is an impressive amount of interest in this segment. NRIs are quick to invest in properties in India where they see an opportunity for a good deal.

On the anvil is a single-window investment promotion council planned by the government, which will undertake investment promotional activity. This will involve making extensive contacts with potential investors, lobbying and interacting with individual companies so that the overseas Indian finds a suitable investment environment.

To an NRI, a base in the homeland also brings with it a sense of security. The number of NRIs who are investing in property for sentimental reasons and for better investment returns is quickly multiplying.
The government including RBI and Foreign Exchange Management Act (FEMA) has liberalized the rules and regulations for the NRIs to make investment in real estate. Liberalization along with the added advantage of repatriation of the capital invested and even the rental proceeds under the circumstances prescribed by RBI have also encouraged NRI investments in real estate. Capital gains can be taken back after paying capital gains tax. Apart from India being a safe destination, 10 to 12 per cent returns on the investments are assured.

As opposed to earlier times when an NRI had to struggle with Municipal rules, income tax and wealth tax issues, succession legislations for all religions, the Hindu joint family Act, land ceilings and others, these are times that have NRIs being welcomed with a red carpet. The flexibility in rules has elicited an extraordinary response from the NRI community.
The NRI  investor can raise finances from financial institutions to purchase an apartment. The Housing Development and Finance Corporation (HDFC) and other financial institutions in India are facilitating the NRI investment in property speedily and efficiently. Though the rates of property tax are slightly different from what Indian residents pay, the NRI also enjoys the same status as any other property owner. NRIs pay property tax to the concerned authorities.}

NRIs are considered the safer bet eligible for availing a home loan in India facility to purchase a property in India as they are prompt on repayment. The repayment of the home loan can be made through a normal banking channel by way of inward remittance. For those who earn an income in India through rent, dividends, pension, etc the loan can be repaid by way of direct debit into the accounts of Non-residents (External) [NRE] or Non-resident Indians.

The existing balances in the Non-Resident (Non-Repatriable) rupee accounts have been allowed to be credited on maturity to convertible NRE account. This has boosted the real estate business.

The rules relating to investment and repatriation have been liberalized to the advantage of the NRIs. Foreign exchange dealers have been suitably empowered to deal with the matter of remittances. NRIs are free to repatriate in foreign currency their current earnings in India such as rent, dividend, pension, interest and the like based on appropriate certification. Online NRI banking in India and these accounts for NRIs have made life much easier for transactions involved in NRI investment in India. 

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