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NRI PROPERTY MANAGEMENT

Orion Realtors is a professional NRI (Non-Resident Indians) Property Management company in India. Being a leading provider of property management services, we assist NRI clients in finding properties that can reap maximum benefits. We work closely with our clients throughout the property buying process and also take care of the legal formalities. Property Specialists at Orion Realtors can give investment advisory to the customers and help them build a great property portfolio. Furthermore, we exclusively represent the top developers of India who provide a wide range of properties (commercial, housing and retail) to NRIs and global buyers.

Our NRI property services are designed in a way that our NRI clients can take a sigh of relief and get the best from their investments sitting in the comfort of their home. We assist them in maintaining their property and leasing it out for great returns. Our experienced team makes quality arrangements and takes complete responsibility for repair and maintenance, rent collection, bill payments, attending to queries and handing over the property to the tenant following the client’s approval.

You can totally rely on Orion Realtors for providing you with the best NRI Property Management services in India.

 
A NRI is a person resident outside India who is either a citizen of India or a person of Indian origin. For all official purpose the Government of India recognizes an NRI who is away from India for more than 182 days, in a year.

A person of Indian origin means an individual (not being a citizen of Pakistan, Bangladesh, shri Lanka, Afghanistan, China, Iran, Nepal or Bhutan) who:

  • Held an Indian Passport at any time, or
  • Who or whose father or paternal grand father was a citizen of India by virtue of the Constitution of India or the Citizenship Act, 1955.
There are no restrictions on the purchase of any numbers of Residential/Commercial Properties (except agricultural land/farm house/plantation)
No. All Indian citizens are entitled to buy property in India, irrespective of their residential status.
The purchase consideration should be met either out of inward remittance in foreign exchange through normal banking channels, or out of funds from NRE/FCNR(B)/NRO accounts maintained with banks in India.
Currently there is no lock in period.
Yes.
Reserve Bank of India has granted general permission for sale of such property to the following categories:- To a NRI
To a PIO (If the seller is a PIO, then a prior approval is required from RBI)
To Indian Resident.
Yes the sale proceeds can be remitted/repatriated out of India
In the event property acquired out of foreign exchange source i.e. remittance through normal banking channels/ debit to NRE/ FCNR(B) accounts, the amounts to be repatriated should not exceed the amount paid for such property from such source. However, repatriation of sale proceeds purchased out of foreign exchange is restricted to not more that two residential properties, in a block of one year, with a facility of crediting the Capital gain to the NRO account. Again in the event the property was acquired out of Rupee source, an amount not exceeding USD one million, per financial year, subject to tax compliance, out of balance held in NRO account, may be remitted/repatriated.
Yes. The Reserve Bank has granted general permission for letting out any immovable property in India.You cannot examine the documents on your own, and thus, professional assistance needs to be taken.
Before you buy a property, you must get a title and document search report properly conducted by hiring a competent advocate.
Carpet Area: It refers to the area of the apartment, excluding the area of the walls.
Built-up Area: It comprises the apartment area as well as the area of the walls.
Super Built-up Area: This term is used only when referring to multi-dwelling units.
It includes the apartment area, the area of the walls and the area under common spaces like lobby, staircase, elevators, etc.
The following documents must be properly verified by an advocate before buying a property:
  • Approved Layout Plan
  • Approved Building Plan
  • Title Ownership Documents
  • Complete Search
  • We always welcome an enquiry from a NRI/PIO in respect of any property to be purchased/sold.
Stamp Duty refers to charges in the form of taxes levied by the State Government.
The following instruments have a great influence on the payment of Stamp Duty on the market value of the property:
  • Agreement to Sell
  • Conveyance Deed
  • Exchange of Property
  • Gift Deed
  • Partition Deed
A Freehold Property refers to any plot or flat, where there is a sole proprietary ownership with no conditions under the land laws, and there is no less or lessee involved.
You might be required to hire an advocate to render his professional services for the proper examination of the authentication of the documents submitted by the seller.