Foreign buyers to return to U.S. real estate en masse

The U.S. housing market is on the verge of being flooded with foreign buyers, and real estate brokers across the nation are bracing themselves for their return. The U.S. has lifted travel restrictions on 33 countries that were put in place due to the COVID-19 pandemic, meaning vaccinated visitors from those territories can now visit

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International buyers showing less interest in U.S. real estate

A combination of inventory shortages and rising prices means that international buyers are showing less interest in U.S. property than they have in the last few years.

Zillow survey shows how foreign buyers influence U.S. high-end real estate

International buyers of residential real estate in the U.S. don’t have a significant impact on the overall housing market. But they wield a lot more influence at the top end of the market

Foreign Buyers and Immigration Expected to Drive Future Demand for U.S. Housing

U.S. real estate markets are increasingly becoming international, and changing demographics brought forth by immigration and growing interest from foreign buyers are positioned to bolster home sales activity and prices

A few things to keep in mind when dealing with foreign buyers

The period from April 2014 to March 2015 saw around 209,000 U.S. residential properties (around four percent of all existing-home sales) snapped up by foreign buyers

3 Tech Tools to Help You Deal with Foreign Buyers

Have you noticed the uptick in international buyers looking at the U.S. real estate market, hoping to purchase property here?

Proposed Bill Could Tempt More Canadians to Buy US Homes

A new Senate bill has been proposed by Dem. Chuck Schumer, and if it’s passed it will allow retired Canadians aged 55 or older who own a second home, have a rental agreement, or a hotel reservation to receive a visa to stay in the U.S. for up to 8 months — which is two months longer than the current law allows.

Here’s Three Reasons Why We Should Still Be Worried About Housing

By all accounts it looks as if housing markets are well on the road to recovery, growing stronger by the day in tandem with a slowly improving economy. We’ve seen home prices and sales rise after bottoming out back in 2010, while the number of mortgage delinquencies and foreclosures has also tailed off.

Developers Focus on Foreign Buyers, Tweak Designs Accordingly

Foreign buyers are flocking to the U.S. to snag luxury second-homes, and developers are increasingly looking to cater to the global buyer through the design of their properties.

Dealing with Foreign Buyers: What Realtors Need to Know

US real estate is proving to be very attractive to foreign buyers right now, lured by the combination of a relatively weak dollar and low, low prices. Yet for foreign buyers, investing in a US property is not always that simple…

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