Opportunities for property investments for NRIs
Being one of the youngest countries, the Indian youth is also one of the smartest. Many ambitious hard-workers that move abroad begin becoming financially independent at a young age. Not only that, but they begin to invest sooner so that they can contribute to their household and make earnings while studying or working abroad.
A problem many NRIs encounter when working abroad and sending money back home is that the hefty tax rates eat up a large sum. When you have retired parents, this is an inconvenience, to say the least. But what if your money never left India and still gave high and stable returns?
Investing through an NRO account means that your money stays in the country, grows stronger year after year, and generates less-taxed returns for your family through different wealth avenues.
Why is commercial real estate a good option?
Since India is a developing country, it can offer higher returns than developed countries like the US. Owing to higher interest rates, returns on investments are also much more lucrative, considering the lower costs.
With equity investment, there are higher expenses and lower returns for the investor in today’s Indian market. But for NRIs that invest in monthly CRE cash flow products, this is the perfect cash flow environment for their family. It is the reason CRE is one of the more popular choices of investments. It attracts local and international investors, both, who prefer these great opportunities despite any barriers in accessibility due to location or time differences.
Terms, laws, and conditions
For a beginner, the rules and regulations may seem a tad bit complicated. Different rules apply to different alternatives of investment opportunities. NRIs can invest through Non-Residential Ordinary (NRO) accounts, which do not allow repatriation or through Non-Residential External Accounts (NRE). The medium they choose to invest through can determine the risks and the benefits they open themselves up to. Additionally, a thorough understanding is needed to figure out which types of investments are not available for their current portfolio.