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Discussion in 'India' started by texkourgan, Jun 24, 2013.

  1. texkourgan

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    Hello and welcome! :)

    Buying property abroad can be quite intimidating, even if you have lived in India as an expat for years! Some questions you may have…

    Can a foreigner buy property in India? If so, is it complicated? What is the process for purchasing property? Is there anything a foreign buyer should be especially aware of?

    Have you been through the process? What advice can you give to other expats in India looking to buy - either a home or an investment property? Do you have a check-list or tips you can provide?

    Thanks for sharing!
     
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    Advocates, Property advocates in Bangalore, Property lawyers

    S. Selvakumar, M.A.,M.B.A.,LL.M., is one of the leading Advocates in Bangalore and he has been rendering useful legal services to the public since 1984 by enlightening them about the intricacies involved in property transactions









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    Hi,
    If you have any relatives in india who will help you then it will be easy to buy a property in India
     
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    Hi,
    Buying property in india is not so easy but can go with Real Estate Agents. There are many cases of fraud so its good choice to consult real estate agents to buy a property. They will help to get best deals on property at best location.
     
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    Buying property in India is not easy task but if you want to buy property in India then you can try realestateindia.com which can help you because this is reliable property portal in India and provide their service to buyers and sellers since 1997. Here you can find latest property listing like 1, 2 and 3 Bhk flat, residential or commercial property, etc..
     
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