After the news that we might be able to enjoy an international holiday from 17 May, many of us are excited at the prospect of jumping on a plane to visit the Sunshine State. But what’s the latest in Florida? Are the theme parks open? When will we be able to fly there? We answer your questions here.
It’s here: the ultimate ‘me time’! Sweet, sweet retirement. If you’re determined to make the most of it, good for you! Today we’re taking a closer look at whether you can retire to the USA, and considering your visa and healthcare options. We’re also checking out some fantastic corners of the country where you can start your search.
You can’t fly there but you may be surprised to find that you can still buy property in Florida right now. See how Covid-19 is affecting prices, how restrictions may be lifted and why you don’t want to be last in the queue when they are.
One thing most of us know (and like) about the USA is that it’s a work-hard, tax-low nation. But then you get to the check out and they ask for a “sales tax”? It’s confusing! Let’s understand US taxes…
Official figures just released show that property prices in Florida are shooting up. And the biggest rises are in those parts of the sunshine state most popular with British buyers. With home values in Orlando, Kissimmee, Tampa and Clearwater rising by as much as 10% last year, don’t risk missing out!
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