The Camellias, a project of Indian developer DLF, is being marketed to Indian nationals in Hong Kong. Photo: Handout The Camellias, a project of Indian developer DLF, is being marketed to Indian nationals in Hong Kong. Photo: Handout
The Camellias, a project of Indian developer DLF, is being marketed to Indian nationals in Hong Kong. Photo: Handout

Non-resident Indians can take advantage as weakening rupee, falling real estate prices give investors bang for their buck back home

  • The rupee is among Asia’s worst performing currencies this year and has weakened by more than 13 per cent in nearly five years
  • Developers including DLF are tapping non-resident Indians as sales take a hit back home because of the economic slowdown

Topic |   International Property
The Camellias, a project of Indian developer DLF, is being marketed to Indian nationals in Hong Kong. Photo: Handout The Camellias, a project of Indian developer DLF, is being marketed to Indian nationals in Hong Kong. Photo: Handout
The Camellias, a project of Indian developer DLF, is being marketed to Indian nationals in Hong Kong. Photo: Handout
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