Buy property abroad in name of all remitters: RBI

Buy property abroad in name of all remitters RBI

By Accommodation Times News Service

Despite a current account deficit, Indians have been allowed to send money abroad since 2004 under the Liberalized Remittance Scheme.

Those looking to buy property in overseas destinations like Dubai will have less headroom to consolidate remittances from family members. The RBI has said that a property purchased overseas has to be in the name of all the members who are making the remittance.

Despite a current account deficit, Indians have been allowed to send money abroad since 2004 under the Liberalized Remittance Scheme. The limits have been raised over the years from $25,000 annually to $2,50,000 a year now and individuals are allowed to do almost anything with the money, including buying immovable property, shares or simply gifting them to foreigners.





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