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solera
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From: United States
4/26/2003 14:27    
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Im looking for a site where I can view real estate available in NEpal.Im looking to buy a house out there and would like to get an idea of prices. I tried to search over the internet and have found nothing. Anyone have any info or web site to suggest? I would be grateful.
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4/25/2004 05:35    
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Are you nepali??? I only ask because you cannot buy any land or houses without being a nepali citizen, the only way you could buy would be to have a nepali partner and their name would go on the land regester or house deads which wouldnt be ideal if you are paying !!!!!!
My husband is nepali, we have been looking and looking for land and houses, and the only way i believe is to walk around asking people in the area where you want to live, you will then get many people taking you to houses and fields that their sisters sisters cousins uncles freind owns, which they will sell you for a discount price!!! mmmmm they of course get no cut!!!
I really dont think there are websites for this kind of thing because there is no international market, if you did find a website the cost of the houses would im sure be way above real houses prices,
Prices depend on what level of luxury you want, ie running water?, hot water? vehicle access, near a town, built out of mud or bricks,!!
Just go there and chat to the locals
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12/25/2005 04:28    
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Hello,

Thank you for choosing country,you gonna to bye house or land. frist off all please well come in our country, then you make idea.you can find very cheap price house or land in very beutyful location like, pokhara,nagarkot,ilam,bhedhetar etc. pls well come, thank you.

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7/18/2007 22:21    
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While it is true that a non-Nepali may not buy land or homes, they may buy businesses which include land and home. They may buy in partnership with a Nepali or it is possible to be a sole owner.

If you are still looking, take a look at this website: lakesidehotelforsale.com

Good luck in your search.

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3/22/2008 18:53    
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Hi I live also in Palo Alto- if you want to buy property let me know.
Here is mine that is very special and currently for sale.
http://web.mac.com/leslieshackelford/Site_16/Budhanilkanta_Land_For_Sale.html

ginners
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9/21/2008 13:15    
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Thank you for the advice...I read your reply to another person, and it was the same question as mine. I would like to retire in Khatmandu, possibly start a hostel for travellers. hmmm...not sure if I could do it!

Any information would be helpful!

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12/16/2008 21:47    
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Hello,

I just logged into this website and saw your email about housing. What grabbed my attention is that you are married to a Nepali man. I too am going to marry a Nepali man sometime in the future. I am an American woman inlove with a Nepali man who is so good to me and I want to start my life with him. I will be going to Nepal for the first time in Feb. 2009. I met him while working overseas in IRAQ and he has no desire to live in America just like I don't care to live back there for quite a while. What did you have to do to get married> Was it American on HIndu style? Where do you live? Where do you work? I would like to find a job at the embassy. It's two choices, live in Pokhara or KTM. I make the majority of the money so I would like to buy a home and stop working in IRAQ. I hope you still receive emails, I notices on the blog that you wrote it in 2004 and I hope and pray that you and your husband are still happy and as much inlove as the first time you met.

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1/7/2009 15:31    
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i want to make sure that you r in nepal or not?if not when u r planning to come oever nepal?and do u have any frens,relatives in nepal or not?if u have any one over there u may got chance to get it but its not impossible.and about the costs its all depend upon the area facilities.if you need details let me know your email id.

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1/7/2009 15:31    
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i want to make sure that you r in nepal or not?if not when u r planning to come oever nepal?and do u have any frens,relatives in nepal or not?if u have any one over there u may got chance to get it but its not impossible.and about the costs its all depend upon the area facilities.if you need details let me know your email id.

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1/9/2009 21:04    
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I'm an American woman planning to marry a Nepali man I met on the Internet. Can I buy a property in Nepal to be used as a boardinghouse? It may be too difficult for us to live in a developed country with the visa laws. I expect to have a partial pension and (at age 65), social security. My only concern is health and safety -- I understand medicare cannot be used outside USA except as a traveler and all the health plans I've found on the Internet have lifetime limits. Anyone have any encouraging info. I'm new here and nice to read the posts, seeing that others are planning considering relo to Nepal.

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4/30/2009 07:59    
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Ginners,
So, did you retire there, and did you start a hostel? It's exactly my fantasy, too.

ashish79
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5/9/2009 12:20    
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http://www.naypal.com

The site above should help.

jebluss
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8/20/2009 05:42    
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Hi Ginners!!
So it's also exactly my plan: getting a transfer at a real estate in Nepal to open a hostel for travellers. I'm just starting to get information, I really don't know exactly how and where should I adress to get it. Next week I'll meet the Nepali Consul in my city (Barcelona) and I hope to
Please, If you already did your project, otherwise it's in progress, can you tell me if you did it everithing in Nepal, or you did your search in your country? I'll appreciate a lot your info. You can write me on this site or send me and e-mail. Any kind of information I´ll get and would be useful for you I'll send it. Namaste!

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8/29/2009 04:17    
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First of all congratulation to those of you who is married to Nepali man. And welcome to beautiful country. I read some of your notes and comments about buying lands.
I will say if you're married to nepali then you can ask your spouse to help you get citizen. Once you get citizen you and your spouse can buy land on both of your names. But for those who is not married to nepali, pls don't buy any house or land on someone's name, regardless how much you trust the person as long as you don't have legal rights. I don't recommend it for your sake because what if the person you bought land says that's his/her land. You can say nothing but leave quietly.
If you want to start a business, I think you can do without being citizen but it's been a while since I have been away. If I were you I will check into legal system. I hope this gives little heads up on your adventure but I have no intention of discouraging you anyway. I just want to help think before you feel sorry.

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4/29/2010 09:30    
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Hello budibuda,
I read your post with interest because I too am an American lady working in Iraq (it is now April 2010) and have met nice Nepali gentleman who is same age as me. He would like for me to come live with him in Nepal once we are retired from full-time work. We are both over 50.

Just like your friend, mine does not want to live in America either, due to the expense and the language barrier. I am reading up on Nepal as much as I can. Time will tell I guess. I am not going to rush, because leaving USA to live in other country is such a big decision.

I don't have any questions to post, just glad to read about someone similar situation as me.

I see your post is early 2009 and you went to Nepal Feb 2009. I hope it went well, and I hope things are still working out for you and your Nepali gentleman. thanks and best wishes.

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7/22/2010 07:55    
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http://oneropani.com/HouseDetail.aspx?ID=2096

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3/4/2011 06:00    
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hi there

i am a real estate developer,please let me know your details and interest with budgeting then my company will develop a package for you

regards

sujanjust4you@gmail.com
www.ce-construction.com

prem
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12/7/2011 04:08    
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Hi, Though this might be late to reply but may be help for other..
I suggest you the registered real estate company..
i found The Realtors is good for this. I was searching house and found good one direct contact with the owner via therealtors.

www.therealtors.com.np is their website.

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