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NRIHelpLine raises funds for NRIs in need

With the funding, the startup aims to be a one-stop shop for all Non residents of India for their real estate needs

Prasana Rao, Ananta Raghuvanshi, Rahul Narvekar (Image - NRIHelpLine) 

NRIHelpLine, a startup that assists Non-resident Indians in need, raised US$ 24,447 in its seed funding round. The firm aims to become a one-stop solution for the 100 million global NRI population to manage their assets and meet their obligations in India.

The funding headed by Subba Rao from Dabur International, Arjun Nijhawan from Travel Boutique Online, Rahul Narvekar from India Network, Navneet Singh from NRI Legal Services, and Bharat Bhushan Bhatia from Hines Group.

Ananta Raghuvanshi, who has worked with DLF and EMAAR MGF for three decades in the real estate sector, joined the NRIHelpLine team since she is aware of the difficulties and anguish that NRIs have when dealing with Indian vendors and service providers regularly.

"She is committed to making the platform a huge success because she thinks it would transform the way NRIs handle their business in India from home," a news release noted.

Prasanna Rao, created NRIHelpLine to provide a complete technology solution for NRIs to manage their properties back home. The business intends to onboard real estate inventory in 6 significant Indian states and 29 cities, beginning with Gurgaon, for primary real estate sales in the first phase, as well as secondary real estate sales in the future.