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  NRI, PIO, OCI deals:

  • Housing/Mortgage

  • Education/Study

  • Personal

  • Business/Commercial

  • All other Loaning
     

We get loans for NRIs @ best rates!
 

Who are we? NriInvestIndia.com is the leading NRI & PIO focused investment firm offering complete financial services to  Indians living abroad (NRIs, PIOs & OCIs).

How we help?
Being a loan distributor we work closely with various banks offering awesome deals for NRIs. Our goal is to work closely with our Non resident clients to get a loan from India with "lowest interest rate" - EASILY & QUICKLY.!

We help you compare rates & get the best loans from India's top banks at best possible interest rates, that are not only cheap but are also affordable. If you are interested in applying for any kind of Indian loan, then please feel free to contact us.

 

 
 
 

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  Eligibility for NRIs:

- The applicant for the home loan has to be no less than 21 years of age to be eligible.

- Educational qualification also starts to play a major role here as the applicant must be at least a graduate to be allowed to get a home loan in India.

- For financial reasons the NRI applicant must pay the bank for the loan through his NRE/NRO account which is outside of India. They are strictly told not to try to pay from their savings account in the above mentioned areas.

- This is also dependant on the number of dependants he or she has with them. The greater the number of dependants, the greater is the chances of getting the loan.
 
 
 
 
  Documents Required:

- The passport and the VISA have to be provided first of all as because without it there is no possible international transaction.

- The confirmation letter of employer.

- Labor card/ Salary card countersigned by Consulate.

- PAN number.
 
     
 

 
Repayment policies:

- Step up policy allows the NRI home loan aspirant to choose to pay the bank based on the financial growth or its possibility. If the price of the land is taken to rise then the premiums will be lower and the user can later reap the profits of the land and take the rest as payment for the bank.
- Flexible loan plans are installments that can be molded as per the requirements or the ability of the aspirant. Once it exceeds that the bank will move in to intercede and a certain amount of work will need to be done to get the matter cleared.
- Faster repayment is something for the people who can enjoy it. It is actually nothing more than getting the job done faster by gathering the fast premium payments so that they can cut out the chances of the interest growing as much as possible and hence be paying back as close to what they got in the first place.

If NRIs are suddenly interested in plots in India then there is good news for them. Now you can actually get the home loans from the banks here. This process may be highly discussed as a hoax, but there are many private as well as national banks that offer the same helping hand to Indians and NRIs alike. They are asked to provide the relevant documentation of course, but other than the procedure is almost the same. There are also many constraints as to the number of generations that have stayed abroad and similar such questions, but mostly that happens to be inconsequential.

What is the difference between NRI and Indian loans?
All loans that are taken up by Indian banks to NRI are taken to be international uptake and have a part to play in the overall country’s uptake into the international market. That is why the different banks ask for a few meager things to be met with so that they can allow the uptake to remain static over time. For this there are a few directives on NRI home loans in India and they are as follows:


RBI directives:

- Home loans have to be restricted to less than 80% of the home price because the rest has to be paid by the applicant himself as a matter of security.
- The payment of this 20% has to be made from the international holding through the NRE and NRO accounts which will suffice for the amount of balance to be kept.
- Repayment later on may be carried out through normal banks and their channels. This is an important thing to understand because the major part of the mix is over.
 
Banks that we work with:    
* Allahabad Bank
* Andhra Bank
* Bank of Baroda
* Bank of India
* Bank of Maharashtra
* Canara Bank
* Central Bank of India
* Corporation Bank
* Dena Bank
* Indian Bank
* Indian Overseas Bank
* Oriental Bank of Commerce
* Punjab and Sind Bank
* Punjab National Bank
* Syndicate Bank
* UCO Bank
* Union Bank of India
* United Bank of India
* Vijaya Bank
* State Bank of India
* State Bank of Hyderabad
* Muthoot bank
* Axis Bank
* Bank of Rajasthan
* Catholic Syrian Bank
* City Union Bank
* Development Credit Bank
* Dhanalakshmi Bank
* Federal Bank
* HDFC Bank
* ICICI Bank
* IndusInd Bank
* ING Vysya Bank
* Jammu & Kashmir Bank
* Karnataka Bank
* Kotak Mahindra Bank
* Laxmi Vilas Bank
* Nainital Bank Ltd
* SBI Commercial & International Bank
* South Indian Bank Ltd
* Tamil Nadu Mercantile
* Yes Bank
* ABN AMRO Bank N.V.
* Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank
* American Express Bank
* Antwerp Diamond Bank
* Arab Bangladesh Bank
* Bank International Indonesia
* Bank of America
* Bank of Bahrain & Kuwait
* Bank of Ceylon
* Bank of Nova Scotia
* Bank of Tokyo Mitsubishi UFJ
* Barclays Bank
* BNP Paribas
* Calyon Bank
* ChinaTrust Commercial
* Citibank
* DBS Bank
* Deutsche Bank
* HSBC
* JPMorgan Chase Bank
* Bank of America


Loans that are available from India:

Today there are a lot of loans available to Non Resident Indians (NRIs), People of India Origin (PIOs) and Overseas Citizens of India (OCIs). The past few months have seen a large scale of people lose their jobs due to a menace called recession. Our NRIs were no different than the rest. Many of them have lost their jobs and it had been quite difficult to manage life in a far off land without getting any kind of help from the near and dear ones. It is very natural that these Indians living abroad would have needed or need loans now. In order to make their life easier the Government of India has come up with various schemes to help them.

A Non Residential Indian or an NRI is a person who is residing outside the Indian Territory and is pursuing a career somewhere in the world. The only problem is that they have to pay a high rate of interest.

Housing loans, debt consolidation loans, car or automobile loans and mortgage loans are the kind of loans available in the market as of now. Even secured and unsecured loans are available quite easily all you need is to simply walk into a bank branch and sign a few papers as most of the banks have associates in almost every country now days.


Indian loans available to NRIs are no different than the loans available to a Resident Indian. However there a few additions made by the Reserve Bank of India like:

  • An India Loan is easy to get.

  • The copy of their valid Indian Passport has to be ready.

  • Any NRI who is above 21 years of age is eligible for a loan.
     

  • NRIs should be a graduate for an NRI loan.

  • In addition to this the RBI states that NRIs who have some kind of property in India are eligible to get a loan (Some exceptions are there).
     

  • NRIs with a minimum regular monthly income of Rs.10000 or $2000 are eligible to get a loan.
     

  • The repayment of loan is between a span of 10 to 15 years.
    Needless to say that an NRI needs to pay from either an NRO or an NRE account.


Remember there are many financial organizations which are also offering Indian loans to NRIs for various purposes. Beware of them as they may not be the right ones. Do not get duped in the name loans. Think logically as you are not residing India anymore and do not let anyone to take you for a ride. It is recommended that you go for centralized bank loans over any other money spinning offers.

Before availing any of these loans make sure that you have researched well on them. For this you can log into the net and get all the information on the different websites of the Indian banks. You can get a fair idea from this investigation that what kind of a loan best suits your requirement and then you can go ahead with your plans accordingly. To add to this what can be said is that an online form filling is better than all the paper work that follows a loan. It is hassle free and it is advised that you opt for one. Don’t forget that it is convenient as well.

In other words that can be said that there is always a possibility of these non residents & expats coming back and relocating in India once again. That is why the Indian Government encourages any kind of NRI investment. On top of it the foreign exchange that goes into the central exchequer makes it more lucrative. In simple words what can be said is that these loans available to NRIs are a boon for all of them.


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