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Why Buy a Home in the United States

  • Vacation Home
  • A Home to stay in while doing business in the U.S.
  • A home for your children to stay in while attending college in the U.S.
  • Investment
  • Eventual long-term residence

Financing:

Qualified foreign buyers with a 30 to 40% down payment usually obtain financing for their U.S. real estate purchase.
 
Before applying for a mortgage, the foreign buyer must first establish a credit score by opening U.S. bank and credit card accounts. Lenders will also use tax returns to determine how much money they're willing to lend on the purchase of U.S. real estate.

Buying a home in the U.S. does not automatically give a foreign owner legal status to live in the U.S.
 

Translation and Interpertation:

We use the ATA (American Translators Association) for our language translation and interpretation. The ATA is one of the well respected and recognized language translation organizations in the World.

Legal Representation:

If you do not have legal representation in the United States, we will refer you to a well-respected law firm that is proficient in multiple languages and focuses on business transactions, real estate, immigration, banking, and the representation of individuals and entities.

Real Estate Agents

Work With Gary

An established luxury Real Estate agent since 1999, Gary Mitchell has the real estate knowledge, legal representation, translation services, and professional support to complete your purchase of Florida properties.

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