In Florida, low prices and a large number of bank-owned distressed properties are attracting more international investors. The Florida Association of REALTORS® offers a two-part article on how real estate brokers can attract and work with overseas clients interested in investing in U.S. properties.
Key points include:
- Know the basics about the real estate systems in the countries you want to work with
- Network with brokers and buyers of those countries at local, national and international meetings, conferences, trade shows, etc.
- Understand the cultural differences that can make or break relationships with foreign contacts
- Know how to communicate U.S. real estate terms in the terminology used in those countries
- Take the time to build relationships with professional contacts and potential buyers in those countries
- Form a team of specialists, such as a CPA and immigration attorney, to prepare information for potential clients about tax and other major issues.
. For more information visit the National Association of REALTORS® International real estate services
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