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NRI investments in realty sector may rise 35% this yr: Survey
Sep 13, 2014
Property developers are expecting a 35 per cent surge in real estate enquiries from NRIs, with Bangalore turning out to be the hot favourite, says an Assocham survey
Realty Expo Offers Resources to NRIs on India’s Housing Market
Aug 30, 2014
Bay Area Indian Americans keen to buy into their homeland got a crash course in property investment at the “Realty India Expo 2014,” held at the Double Tree Hilton Hotel here Aug. 23 and 24
A close look at Goa's real estate market
Jan 20, 2014
GOA: The real estate sector in Goa continues to reel under the pressure of slowdown, with no sign of respite even in 2014. Not so far back in the past, for rich clients from cities like Delhi, Pune, Bangalore and Mumbai, and for even non-resident Indians (NRIs), Goa was the most preferred destination for buying second home.
Canara Bank launches two new housing schemes for NRIs, HNIs
Sep 24, 2013
DELHI: State-owned Canara BankBSE 0.47 % today launched two new housing schemes for Non-Resident Indians (NRIs) and High Networth Individuals (HNIs), in a bid to cash in on the festive fervour.
Buying property: NRIs ride the rupee slide
Sep 14, 2013
MUMBAI: Now is the time for developers to offer incentives to attract customers, particularly non-resident Indians. A senior executive at a housing finance institution says it is working on organising a property event targeting NRIs.
Realty players use social media to tap Net-savvy NRIs
Sep 02, 2013
DELHI: The depreciating rupee has turned out to be a blessing in disguise for big-ticket properties across India. With properties almost 30 per cent cheaper for non resident Indians (NRIs), real estate majors have stepped up their efforts, hitch hiking on social media and marketing premium deals to net-savvy NRI customers.
Weak rupee draws NRIs to Indian realty
Jun 22, 2013
DELHI: Rupee depreciation may be bad news for the Indian economy, but not so for the non-resident Indians scouting for property back home. Cashing in on the opportunity to buy residential units cheaper by up to 20%, NRIs are queueing up big time.

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