Create Wealth – Invest in Indian Real Estate as Australia braces for the biggest ever ‘Indian Property Extravaganza – Sept 2015’

Create Wealth – Invest in Indian Real Estate as  Australia braces for the biggest ever ‘Indian   Property Extravaganza – Sept 2015’

5 6By: Neha Kolape

Upto 800% growth recorded between 2002 to 2012 in certain


Nitin Singhal CEO of RRJ Estates in Australia, says, “My parents bought a flat

in Gurgaon in Phase 2 in 2002 for 27 lacs. By 2012, it was being priced at 2.30

crore recording an unprecedented growth of more than 800%. This is the magic

of Indian real estate”.

“Encouraged by our network of investors & clients, we have now brought to

the Australian NRIs what we promise to be the biggest ‘Indian Property

Extravaganza’ in Australian history covering 2 cities – 13th Sept (Melbourne)

& 20th Sept (Sydney).”

“We have our dedicated & experienced sales teams present in 3 cities of

Australia namely Sydney, Melbourne and Perth who are all focussed on

ensuring that our clients get the best investment opportunities according to their

budget & best prices through our NRI discount schemes. Our Australian offices

are complimented by our own liaison office & associate offices in India. Thus a

whole network is at your service.”

“A general myth needs to be dispelled that a lot of customers believe that they

can get a better price by dealing directly with builders. This is not the case. If

this was true, then businesses like us would cease to exist. We, in fact work with

the clients to ensure that they get the best prices through our negotiated NRI

discounts. Further we ensure that all their paperwork is taken care of right here

in Australia while they are sitting in the comfort of their home”.

“A general sense of fear of investing in India prevails in some sectors of the

NRI community. They feel that the investments are overseas & beyond their

control & may be taken over by unscrupulous mobs, rents may not be paid &

day to day management issues will be there. We need to dispel these fears.

Investing in India is as safe as investing in Australia provided the investment is

made in reputed builder projects which offer gated communities & round the

clock security”.

“On the taxation front, the scenario is very promising. With the Dual Taxation

Treaty between Australia & India, buyers are avoided the hassle of double

taxation. Further India offers a great way to save on CGT by reinvesting within

3 years of sale.”

“Our team will be there in the Property Show to discuss any issues clients may

have. Also we will hold 2 informative seminar sessions by our experts covering:

1. A guide to the policies & procedures regarding property investment in

India & how to avoid the pitfalls

2. How you can unlock your Super & invest in property in India.*

3. Showcase of selected builder project profiles.

Every serious investor is strongly encouraged to attend these seminars which

are provided free of cost for the benefit of the NRI community. Please check

with us for the timings of these seminars.

For the peace of mind of NRIs, we are the ‘Official Channel Partners’ of all

leading builders on a PAN India basis. This gives our clientele the confidence

that they are dealing with official representatives of the builders. Further the

added benefit that we are covering all geographic regions & communities &

thus have projects in almost each major city &/or region.”

The biggest ‘Indian Property Extravaganza’ in Australian history in Sept 2015

will showcase projects from leading builders like DLF, Sobha, Puravankara,

Provident, Lodha, Marvel, Mukta, KG, MCC plus many more. Clients will be

able to interact directly with the builders. Fabulous ‘exclusive to event’

promotional offers & discounts will be on the agenda. Loads of prizes & give-

aways will be announced including pure gold coins drawn on an hourly basis.

So do not miss out!

13th September (Melbourne) & 20th September (Sydney). For info: Nitin

Singhal 0411592277 / Kulvinder Bhatia 0430 834 506.

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