"The Australian Government welcomes investment from India. It is the foundation to building the economy and a multi-cultural popoulation. Overseas investment provides financial prosperity for all Australians"
The foreign investment policy of the Australian Government is to encourage overseas real estate investment to increase Australia's population and housing stock. The policy is channelling overseas investment into the housing sector that directly increases the supply of new housing and brings manifold benefits to the local building industry and its suppliers.
Indian Investors Can Buy Government FIRB Approved Real Estate
Only Australian Government approved property investments can be purchased by overseas investors and is regulated by the Foreign Investment Review Board (FIRB). All UCHK real estate investment opportunities are FIRB - Foreign Investment Review Board pre-approved and available for purchase by overseas investors.Off Shore loans at 1.75% - 2.25% available for these projects - click here for more details
AUSTRALIA REAL ESTATE FOR INDIA INVESTMENT
Property investment in Australian is a trouble free process with high rewards and, everything is done in a quick and hassle free way.
Australian Real Estate is a strong and stable choice for overseas investors. There are many positive reasons to invest in property in Australia:
"Real estate Torrens title. This means your property in Australia is yours forever. You can pass this on to children or other loved ones as a gift without incurring any tax liability. It is the most secure form of property title in the world and the Government guarantees the system"
"Real estate capital growth. The Australian Government have published figures which shows property values to have doubled over the past 7-10 years. So when buying a quality property in Australia you can expect your investment to double in value within 10 years."
"Real estate rental demand. Australia is a prosperous with an expanding number of skilled workers, families and immigrants all in need of accommodation. In many cases it is more suitable for them to rent property than to buy. This results in high rental demand"