This is your USA property FAQs, where you’ll find all the information you need about the buying and moving processes for expats in America gathered in one place. Find out the answers to questions about financing your purchase, sorting out taxes, moving with children and more.

Find out more about reducing risk in transferring money overseas by reading the free Property Buyer’s Guide to Currency.

Washington State

Florida

Disney World Resort, Orlando

California

New York City

Good planning and negotiating tactics can help you get a lower price. Find out more in our guide, How to Negotiate Abroad, to maximise your bargaining position.

Get in touch with a recommended Independent Financial Advisor to get impartial advice about your financial situation today.

Renting out your property

How do I rent out my property?

Transport and driving in the USA

What is transport like in the USA?

Working and earning money

How can I generate an income in the US?

Why not split the cost – or double what you can afford – buy buying together with family? Learn more in our guide, Buying Abroad with Family.

These are the most frequently asked questions we get from readers looking to buy a home in America. However, if you still have questions beyond the scope of the USA property FAQs, all you need to do is to give the Resource Centre a ring on 020 7898 0549 or send us an email at usa@propertyguides.com.

Read the free USA property guide below to find all the information you need about moving to the United States. It’s written by experts in American property and is full of tips and advice to help you make a success of your new life stateside.

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The USA Buying Guide covers every stage of the property buying process, sharing our experience and knowledge to ensure a safe and successful property purchase. The guide will help you to:


  Ask the right questions
  Avoid losing money
  Avoid the legal pitfalls
  Move in successfully

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