Your Gateway to India

Off late, buying a house and investing in property has become a necessity not only for the rich and wealthy, but for people from all strata of the society. Ask people, and they will prefer buying a house to renting. Not only because it’s feasible in the long run, but the rent money from the house, acts as an extra income for the family. Also, in case of an emergency, you can get a second loan on your house until your situation improves. Besides that, buying more than one house in metros like Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore or Calcutta etc. where the land value is high, can be extremely profitable.

But what about all those Indians who are living abroad? Will the NRIs miss the golden chance of owning a house just because they live abroad and are not able to take out enough time to invest in a property back home?

Thinking on the same lines, Times of India along with Remit2India organised ‘Your Gateway to India 2010’. This initiative was made to enable all Non Residential Indians to invest in India’s booming USD$1.2 trillion economy, without having to travel to India.

Your Gateway to India was a property expo where India’s top developers showcased premium projects to Non Resident Indian (NRI) diaspora in Santa Clara and New Jersey. The Realty Expo was held in Santa Clara on May 1-2, 2010 and on May 8-9 in Edison, New Jersey – two major hubs for Non Resident Indians (NRIs) in USA. Twenty leading developers had showcased their residential projects across India.

Remit2India is the best remittance business in India. At Remit2India we strive to bridge the gap between NRI and their mother land. All are efforts are to get an NRI living abroad as close to home as we possibly can.

So what are you waiting for? Go grab this unique opportunity! Visit for more details.

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