Property prices in the US continued to leap ahead during the summer at a rate of 18.5%, according to the latest quarterly report from the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA). But where are they rising fastest, and why?
While plenty of international buyers flock to the theme parks of central Florida, all too many miss the glorious beach life of the north-east coast. Here you’ll find art and culture, exciting watersports (and motor sports), astronauts, beach resorts and some of the most glorious coastline in the world. And all just an hour’s drive from DisneyWorld!
If you’ve just come back to the US property market after 18 months away, you may be in for a shock. In what’s been described as a “market frenzy”, prices have been rising at their fastest rate for 30 years. So is it best to avoid buying US property for a while? Not necessarily, say the experts, momentum has been building for a while and shows no sign of waning. Moreover, the US is only slightly ahead of the UK…
The US and UK governments have announced that travel to the US will restart for the general public and non-US residents from early November after almost 20 months. But what has changed and what is open to do in our favourite US state, Florida?
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