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!
With the 400th anniversary of the Mayflower sailing this year, what does New England offer today’s forward-thinking pilgrims? Whether you’re looking for a holiday home or a new life in the USA, New England is still the land of opportunity.
There’s no point having a holiday home in the winter sunshine if you can’t get there easily. And that’s why so many of us choose Florida for our affordable, accessible winter sun. Here’s your Florida flights guide.
On the whole, buying property in the USA is very similar to buying in the UK. But one phrase tends to pull us up short: title insurance! What is it, do we need it and what does it cost? Everything you need to know about title insurance.