Four Seasons Penthouses Miami, Florida U.S.A.

Buyer’s representation is available for the Four Seasons Penthouses, condominiums, and any other properties of interest located in South Florida. The listings are courtesy of the listing brokers and are based on availability;

Set in the financial district, this upscale hotel overlooks Biscayne Bay. It’s 1.7 miles from Vizcaya Museum & Gardens.

Sophisticated rooms with city or bay views offer flat-screen TVs, iPod docks and Wi-Fi (fee), as well as mini-fridges, microwaves and coffee makers. The 1-bedroom suites add separate living rooms with pull-out sofas. Room service is available.

Three Exquisite Four Seasons Penthouses are currently for Sale in Miami, Florida U.S.A.

Four Seasons 54DEF


The above listing is courtesy of the Sandberg Nortmann Group.


Four Seasons 4BCD


The above listing is courtesy of The Nancy Batchelor Team


Four Seasons 70EFA

ASKING 27,577,000 USD | 6BR/6BA/2HB | 9,421 SF | WINE CELLAR | MARBLE

 The above listing is courtesy of K.D. Prime properties International, LLC


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International Real Estate Investment Blog – Miami, Florida

International Real Estate Investment Blog – Miami, Florida

International Real Estate Investment Blog – Miami, Florida

The term “global marketplace” has never been more descriptive – particularly when it comes to real estate. The focus of our international real estate investment blog Miami, Florida – United States of America.

According to the National Association of Realtors®2014 Profile of International Home Buying Activity , for the period April 2013 through March 2014, total international sales have been estimated at $92.2 billion, an increase from the previous period’s level of $68.2 billion.across all 50 states. Florida remains the destination of choice, claiming a 23 percent share of all foreign purchases.

The dollar level of international sales was roughly 7 percent of the total U.S. Existing Homes Sales (EHS) market of $ 1.2 trillion for the same period. Compared to the previous year, sales to foreigners increased both in numbers of transactions and in average price. Of total international transactions, approximately $45.5 billion were attributed to Type A non-resident foreigners; and approximately $46.7 billion were attributed to Type B resident foreigners.

Whether you’re an international investor, a Canadian snowbird or a first-generation immigrant living in the United States, purchasing in an unfamiliar market can be daunting. While the international real estate investment blog will help you get started, it is no substitute for the expertise of experienced real estate agents, attorneys, mortgage brokers and accountants you will want to consult along the way.

Qualified foreign buyers with a 30 to 40 percent down payment can often obtain financing for their U.S. real estate purchases. MANY BANKS REQUIRE FOREIGN BUYERS to have a specific amount ($100,000 or more) on deposit with the bank while others set loan limits of $1 million to $2 million. You may also be required to present a minimum of three months of bank statements.

The U.S. home loan market offers an array of safe, affordable mortgages, including some that will allow Muslims to buy a home without violating Islamic laws against paying interest.

Before applying for a U.S. mortgage, you must first establish credit and earn a good credit score. You can start building your credit score by opening U.S. bank and credit card accounts. You’ll also want to be sure to report all income on your tax returns. Lenders use this income information to determine how much money they’re willing to loan you to buy a home.

When the time comes to apply for a mortgage, consider major banks with global operations. These lenders will have the experience necessary to verify credit established in other countries and to guide you through the U.S. home-buying process.

International buyers are attracted to different parts of the United States for different reasons. Some want to be close to business interests or family, while many others are drawn to warmth. Some like you are interested specifically in Miami, Florida U.S.A. and this international real estate investment blog

In 2012, Florida had the largest number of international buyers at 23 percent, followed by California at 17 percent, Arizona and Texas both at 9 percent and New York at 3 percent. According to the National Association of Realtors, about half of 2012’s foreign buyers purchased homes in suburban areas and 25 percent opted for homes in more urban areas.

Please continue on and enjoy all the information that this international real estate investment blog and Miami Florida has to offer. Also feel free to  check out the website links for further information and details pertaining to investing in Miami, Florida U.S.A. Real Estate.