NRI buyers: Be doubly cautious

Buying a house

* Society papers and bye-laws for maintenance of the project by the registered owners.

Marketing campaigns and smooth talk by sales executives should not be the criteria for decision on property investment in India. In order to avoid being in a frustrating realty situation, the NRIs need to cross check the developer's reputation and the prevailing prices at the locality through government agencies, NRI forums, friends and acquaintances before entering into any property deal from abroad.

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