NRI Clients


Why NRI Invest In India ?

Now is the time when people are more investing in real estates as it has become a real valuable asset for everyone with the great return. NRIs are also taking interest in real estate properties and when it comes to an elegant location for your property, we believe Jaipur is the most beautiful city that has amazing and eye-catching greenery. Jaipur as a city is declared in First Batch to be developed as "Smart Cities" by Prime Minister Sh. Narendra Modi. As Jaipur is a developing city, so investing here is just a great opportunity for you to get higher returns in future.

Jaipur - The Pink City

Jaipur is also called "The Pink City". It is also the Global Business Destination and what makes Jaipur the most beautiful city and your plan of investment worth is:

1.The Infrastructure Preceding Development with BRT & Metro Phase 1 and operational.

2.It is the preferred IT Destination as it has more than 250 IT company operating in Jaipur.

3.An Emerging Financial Hub that has the major operation of major National and International Banks.

4.As 36% of Indias total CA, ICWA and CS come from the state therefore it produces countries largest number of Financial Consultants.

5.It is the preferred investment destination that counters magnet to NCR.

6.It is the part of DMIC influence zone that connects all major Indian Cities and Key International Destination.

7.Jaipur city has the International Airport as it one of the fastest growing Tier II cities in North India with excellent air-rail-road connectivity.

8.Jaipur is also known for the best in class social infrastructure as it has standard housing, schools, colleges, university, hospital and hotels.

Jaipur is having the highest number of Universities in Rajasthan that Ranked among 4 Cities in Terms of Highest Number of colleges. It is also recognized as the best city for skilling initiatives by ASSOCHAM for two years in a row. Jaipur has Mahindra World City which is spread over 3000 Acres with Investment of more than 13.6 Billion which is divided into four Segments Domestic Tariff Area, IT, Handicraft & Engineering & related Industries. 19 companies are Operational with near 18000 employees.

If you are an NRI and want to invest your money in profitable property in investment than Jaipur is the best city to invest in as there are many recent and some upcoming development in this city with the help of which there are more and more people attracted towards it and as a result the property in Jaipur is in great demand. We at Shree Radhe Group assist NRIs and foreign citizens to buy properties in Jaipur. We deal in both residential and commercial segments like independent homes, flats, land, villas, apartment, offices etc.

NRI Frequently Asked Questions

The moment you invest in a property in India and the agreement is ready to be signed, you need to determine the ownership pattern. Will it be in a single name (not advisable, from an estate planning viewpoint) or in joint names? Whose name will come first (in India, tax liability falls on the first owner; though joint owners can claim tax breaks if they are jointly making equated monthly instalment payments for the loan they have taken)?
I am sure you know the risks of having all eggs in one basket. More often than not, investing in multiple properties in the same city with the advantage of familiarity is the norm. Is it that you are not aware of other financial options? If yes, then its time to do some research and find a financial adviser who can use asset allocation to reduce your risks which, in my mind, forms the foundation for generating returns.
As an NRI investing in India, you can repatriate your money, subject to certain rules and restrictions.
Here are some of them:
1. You can repatriate all your money that you invested from your overseas account, that is, a Non Resident Rupee (NRE) or Foreign Currency Non Resident (FCNR) account.
2. Money in the NRO account can be repatriated only upto the limit of $1 million in any one financial year.
3. In case of real estate, you can repatriate the amount of money invested in the property. This is further subject to the limit of 2 properties.