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Relocation to India - areas?

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Relocation to India - areas?

Post Posted: Tue Jan 01, 2008 2:00 pm

My husband (PIO) and I are considering moving to India late in 2008. We plan to go over early this year to scope out areas we should consider moving to.

Would love to hear from people about their experience of living in different states / cities.

We're thinking of Kerala in the hills at this point in time, but would love to hear from anyone!!!

Thanks,

Beck

 

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Re: Relocation to India - areas?

Post Posted: Tue Sep 09, 2008 7:54 pm

hi beck
welcome to India Smile
What would be your requirements for relocation? Like if you are relocating for relaxing and holidaying Kerala is heaven I would say. But there is job on your mind you might think of other cities.
thanks

 

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Re: Relocation to India - areas?

Post Posted: Wed Jan 14, 2009 12:57 pm

Hi
Well I hope its not to late to make contact as you may have already moved to India.
I am a British National but also an Overseas Citizen Of India.
Bangalore would be the best option from my personal experience.
Currently have 2 UK style ground floor flats in Bangalore in a quiet residential area. Its 2Bed/2Bath, Lounge/Dinner & Kitchen (Open Plan).
Flat could be rented/leased open to offers & suggestions. Well it bascially depends on your situation, circumstances & your short or long term plans.
Any advice or assistance from property, immigration & or financial in India pls let me know.

Sincerely
Regards
Johann

 

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