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Invest $500,000 in US Real Estate and Get a US Visa
03 November 2011


The influence of foreign investors and their potential to help the housing market hasn't been lost on legislators, it is reported that Senators are introducing a bill that would grant visas to any non-U.S. citizen who spends at least $500,000 on residential real estate in the United States, which they believe will help fuel demand. "A new provision to an immigration bill already being considered by the U.S. Senate was proposed last week by Senators, Chuck Schumer of New York, and Mike ...

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Florida - The Sunshine State



For those looking for bang for their buck there is nowhere better than Florida. With incredible climate, expansive beaches and first class American infrastructure, when looking to purchase property abroad there really is nowhere else that will buy you quite so much for quite so little. It is possible to find a 3 bed villa in central Florida for as little as €30,000. For the same price you can find a 1 bed condo, ideally located on the coast in some areas. Of course as with anywher...

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Florida Home Price Slide Expected to Ease Somewhat in 2011
03 February 2011
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Florida is a wonderful place to live. The state has abundant sunshine, great recreation and entertainment as well as superior infrastructure. The Florida lifestyle with its unique mix of superb golf courses, beaches, theme parks, theatres, smart shops and fine restaurants draws people from all over the US and abroad. Florida is also home to Disney World and Universal Studios, both of which make it a popular tourist destination. As the demand for homes in Florida grew, housing construction int...

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Florida, a dream destination, currently well within reach to foreign investment
14 October 2010
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For those buyers looking for a genuine bargain property, that is sure to increase in value and provide a year on year rental income, Florida is a great choice. A major tourist destination, for both holiday makers coming from overseas and Americans enjoying their own sunny shores. Boasting some of the worlds most popular tourist attractions, Disney World, Universal Studios and the Everglades to name but a few, Florida is also a world class destination for golfers and sun worshippers alike and is ...

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Mexico Betting on Infrastructure Development
22 March 2010
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It's not just Mexico, as there is a flurry of announcements in the early part of 2010 from various countries and sources. All are making plans or announcing investments in Mexico's infrastructure. Projects will impact highways, ports, waterworks, airports and resort development. • Australian investment fund, Macquarie Group, announced in January the launch of a new $408 million fund to make massive investment in Mexico infrastructure. Focusing on Mexican infrastructure opportuni...

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Canada - So Close But Real Estate Markets So Different.
11 January 2010
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Sharing a very long border with the U.S., as well as a number of governmental housing impetus goals, Canada's market is however definitely evolving differently that in the U.S. Perhaps it's more of a postponement of the inevitable, but there are arguments both ways about the health of the Canadian real estate markets and the economy as a whole. There is an abundance of good news: • According to reports about home prices from different provinces, Newfoundland registered the bigge...

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