NRIs typically invest in their home markets first, followed by key markets.
Rupee rout can be seen as an investment opportunity for individual buyers as well as institutional investors.
However, the share of funds spent on buying homes aboard through the LRS fell from 8 per cent in 2005-06 to 1 per cent in 2016-17, it added.
The EB-5 program is a US government immigration initiative that provides foreign nationals an opportunity to receive a permanent visa to the US.
Despite initial hiccups, experts foresee an uplift of the real-estate sector in the long-term as a result of these corrective measures.
"Given the recent demonetisation move, property rates have significantly dropped across various cities in India," said Abhijit Ghosh, India Desk leader at PwC Singapore.
The dream of returning to the motherland for NRIs with guaranteed fixed income has been dashed in a long-drawn legal battle with the developers.
Growing number of NRIs are seeking companies in the home aggregator and rental space to manage their properties in India.
Costs on real estate construction are seeing stability with fuel prices down, which leaves developers with overall margins for positive growth.
Foreign investors’ interest in Indian real estate is on the rise once again almost after five years as indicated by India-specific cumulative fund raising.
Online sales of Tata Housing have gained traction in recent months largely on the back of interest from young HNIs and non-resident Indians.
However, even NRIs who take a more calculated approach to their buying decisions will be influenced by the psychological hooks that are thrown out at such events.
Once the office of Churchill, the building was constructed in the years between the start of the 20th century and the outbreak of the First World War.
Property markets in Bangalore, Ahmedabad and outskirts of Mumbai are generating good interest among buyers in the UAE, Singapore, the US and Canada.
A dull global real estate outlook along with liberalised remittance scheme limits hits activity on overseas home buying front for Indian HNIs.
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.
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