Emperia has been building progressive life spaces since last decade. So far, we have undertaken 18 residential projects developed in Navi Mumbai, India. This includes budget & luxury apartments, villas, hotels and commercial spaces.

All the projects are built using our exclusive design concept and with great attention to detail. Timely completion has always been the priority of our dedicated team of experts to help our NRI clients with all real-estate related know-how and procedures.

Emperia has been digging out gems in construction one after the other with dedication to the highest level of quality.

Emperia is gearing up to construct mixed use spaces, hotels as well as villa projects by the end of year 2022. Help us with your requirement and we will certainly get back to you with the best investment opportunity at EMPERIA.


As an NRI you need following documents to buy a property in India:

Non-Resident Indians (NRIs) looking to establish a re-connect with their homeland, have numerous options to choose from. The Emperia believes in this unbelievable potential of Indian Real Estate. Come, join us in the emerging market- make your investment in this growing economy with Emperia.

  • Power of attorney in the name of someone in India who can carry out legal & financial proceedings on your behalf

  • Your PAN CARD

  • In case your PAN card is not available, then a copy of your passport.

  • An NRE or NRO account via which you can transact with the builder.

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According to the Foreign Exchange Management Act (FEMA) of 1999, an Indian Citizen who stays abroad for employment/business or stays outside the country for an indefinite period of time is considered to be an NRI. (Persons Posted in U.N. organizations and official deputed abroad by Central/State Governments and Public Sector undertakings on temporary assignments are also treated as nonresidents). Non-resident foreign citizens of Indian Origin are treated on par with non-resident Indian citizen (NRIs).
A Person of Indian Origin (PIO) is whose ancestors were born in India and he/she has an Indian ancestry but not an Indian citizenship. As per the FEMA of 1999, a person of Indian origin can avail bank accounts, invest in shares and securities in India. So, he or she Has had Indian Passport at any time Himself/herself, parents or grandparents were Indian citizens (of the Constitution of India or Citizenship Act, 1955 (57 of 1955).
Is a spouse of an Indian citizen or a person who held an Indian Passport at any time Is a spouse of a person who either was a citizen of India or his parents or grandparents were a citizen of India.
Owning a property in India is one of the greatest assets and is one of the most profitable investments. There are very less chances of a loss, as the real estate growth graph is escalating day by day.
The constant expansion of the IT sectors, MNC and corporate firms have given way for the growth of the real-estate sector particularly in the commercial sectors. Financial support from the Indian government in regards to revised FDI policies, easy access to bank loans & growth in Indian economy has resulted in the arrival of foreign investors in the Indian real estate market. Real estate in India creates huge returns and most NRIs are making a huge profit out of it.
Yes, in the past few years, the government of India has adopted a new stand regarding the foreign direct investment (FDI) policies which has encouraged other countries to invest in Indian properties. The country has attracted three times the foreign investment in the past few years towards real estate due to rapid growth in the commercial, residential and retail sectors of India in metro cities like Hyderabad, Mumbai, Delhi, NCR, Bangalore and Chennai.
According to the RBI guide lines, an NRI/PIO can acquire a residential property in India by a way of gift from an Indian, or purchase it. He or she can even acquire residential property by way of inheritance from a person who is a resident of India as stated in the FEMA, 1999.
For NRI/PIO there are no restrictions and no approval is required from RBI on purchase of residential or commercial property in India. Although, in case of PIO, form IPI-7 might be required to be submitted with RBI within 90 days of purchase.
For a foreigner, RBI approval is required.
Under the general permission, an NRI/PIO may purchase a residential property in India by funds remitted to India through normal banking channel or funds held in his/her NRE/FCNR or NRO accounts.
For foreigners, only direct remittance is applicable.
In accordance to RBI guidelines, an NRI/PIO can also apply for property loans against NRE/ FCNR deposits for residential property only. Repayment of the loan should be made within a period not exceeding 15 years. Although, you might need a guarantor for a loan mainly for collateral security. The guarantor will have to demonstrate appropriate net worth to cover for the loan. Usually one can have a guarantor in any city where the loan issuer has a branch. The best way is to talk to loan issuers as they may work something out for NRIs/PIOs.
RBI permits NRIs/PIOs to rent their property in India. The rental income of any such investment is eligible for repatriation.
Although, foreigners may require RBI approval.
As an NRI you can easily sell your property in India to an Indian resident/NRI/PIO. Although, as a PIO you can only sell your residential property in India to an Indian citizen. In accordance to RBI guidelines NRI/PIO can also transfer the property as a gift to an Indian resident/NRI/PIO.
Repatriation outside India means buying or drawing of foreign exchange from an authorised dealer in India and remitting it outside India through normal banking channels or crediting it to an account denominated in foreign currency or to an account in Indian currency maintained with an authorised dealer from which it can be converted in foreign currency.
NRIs/PIOs are eligible to repatriate sale proceeds outside India, provided that the proceeds are equivalent to the original investment. In the case of residential property, the repatriation of sale proceeds is restricted to not more than two such properties, as well as commercial property after 3 years of acquisition (i.e. possession) or payment of last installment, whichever is later , provided the investment is out of direct remittance or NRE/FCNR account. Form IPI-8 is to be submitted to RBI within 90 days of sale of the property. Foreigners are not eligible to repatriate sale proceeds outside India.
Under the Foreigners Act of 1946 a foreigner means a person who is not a citizen of India.

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