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How To Invest In Real Estate In India

Author : James Wills

Investing in real estate in India is quite profitable today as the returns are high but it also involves risk, a high entry price and an unsure gestation period. Normally HNI’s, NRI’s & people with a strong financial background invest in real estate in India.

In order to be profitable you should know how to invest in real estate in India & the below tips will help you to know about it.

1.First find a reliable real estate agent or an investment expert through referrals & thorough research. Social networking sites like Facebook, LinkedIn, etc can be helpful for you. You can also search for builders & properties through various sites online.

2.Before investing consult a real estate advisor regarding where to invest, how much to invest, etc. Hiring an advisor will not only help you in studying the property market trends but also help you to avoid legal hassles & other such problems that might come in future.

3.Once it is decided where you should be investing in India, do a research on location, price & the value you will get for that investment in future.

4.Before investing analyze your goals like you want to give the house on rent & get a decent monthly return or you want to sell it in future & get a good profit in return. If you want to sell the property before mortgage resets then in this case an adjustable mortgage is a good option. You pay the interest & make the buyer do the payment of the principal amount. But, if a long term investment is in your mind then a fixed mortgage is a good option.

5.If you want to take a home loan then apply for it in any of the commercial banks in India. If you are a resident of India depending on your credit worthiness the loan period may be long & loan amount may cover the entire cost of the property but in case you are a NRI, rules will be different for you. NRI’s have to repay their loans through India based channels such as NRE, NRO or a FCNR account. Another form of transferring funds is in form of inward remittances. Loans given to NRIs involves a lot of documentation checking like passport, bank statements, tax returns, etc & the loans are also given for a short time period & may not cover the full property cost.

6.Hire a property law firm to lessen the risk involved in the investment. The firm can verify whether the title deed is authentic or not & can identify the loopholes in the sale contract. Obtain a written record regarding your ownership from the sub-registrar’s office & also get a completion certificate from your seller.

7.Within ninety days of purchasing a property file IPI7 form indicating proof of property purchase with RBI. Under 1908 Registration act, register sale of agreement.

The real estate market in India is booming, so follow the above tips & invest in real estate & you will get handsome return on your investment.

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