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Owning a wonderful home in India is a fond dream in the mind of almost every Indian living abroad. However, buying a property when you're that far away can be a harrowing experience with the cumbersome process of getting legal documents in order along with approvals of the plan, layout and more. Moreover, first-hand knowledge about the chosen location is key in making your decision a viable investment. Which is why you need a reliable partner, trusted in the industry for over 20 years, by your side as you make your decisions? At Infinity, we are a dedicated team that understands the needs of a non-resident property buyer
NRI Rule Clarity
Acquisition & Transfer of property by NRI, PIO & foreign Citizen
  • Acquisition and transfer of property by NRI/ PIO/ Foreign Citizen is governed under FEMA Regulation, 2000. General Permission has been given to NRIs/ POI for the acquisition and transfer of residential immovable property in India.
Mode of payment by NRI/ PIO

The payment/ consideration amount for purchasing the residential immovable property by NRI/ PIO can be made out of

  • Funds remitted to India through normal banking channel, or
  • Funds held in NRE/ FCNR (B)/ NRO account maintained in India.

No payment can be made either by traveler's cheque or by foreign currency notes. No payment can be made outside India.

Process for Registration of the property

Documents required to be presented at the time of registration:

Documents required in all cases i.e. Indian Citizens, NRI & PIO:

  • Photocopy of Residence Proof of each owner like Passport, Election Identity Card, Driving License, Ration Card and any identity card issued by Center Govt. / State Govt,
  • Photocopy of PAN Card of each owner/ Form No. 60 of Income Tax Rules
  • Two Passport size photographs of each owner.
In case owner is not able to present himself at the time of registration he can execute a Special Power of Attorney (POA)
  • Original POA
  • Two photograph of the executor which shall be attested by the Attorney Holder
  • An affidavit by the Attorney Holder that this POA is still in force and not cancelled and that the executor is still alive.
  • ID proof of the Executor like driving License, Voter ID Card, PAN Card etc.
  • ID proof of the Attorney Holder Passport, Election Identity Card, Driving License, and any identity card issued by Center Govt. / State Govt,
  • Details and ownership interest of executor in the property be confirmed from this POA.