Top 10 Cities Targeted by Foreign Investors

I’ve said it before (you can find it in previous blog posts from me) and I’ll say it again: You need to be thinking about working with cash buyers, investors and international buyers if you are not already doing so.

Articles like the ones below, are just straight up facts that show us that this is NOT slowing down. Real estate agents everywhere are staying busy selling houses in all price ranges. My team and I have been working with cash buyers and investors that typically buy cheaper homes for renting out. We are seeing an overwhelming response from happy investors wanting to buy more and recommending their friends.

You can have the same results and actually make great money selling even the cheaper homes. We’ve got some exciting stuff coming up in the next few months.

In the meantime, here’s some more proof that foreign investors are buying in many of our areas. These are just the top 10!

Las Vegas had the highest overall international traffic online among U.S. cities, with Canadians serving as the leading source of traffic there at 70.47 percent, followed by 5.28 percent of the traffic coming from U.K. residents and 2.19 percent from France.

The top 10 cities for international traffic online by international buyers in the third quarter are:

1. Las Vegas, Nev.
2. Orlando, Fla.
3. Kissimmee, Fla.
4. Detroit, Mich.
5. Pompano-Beach, Fla.
6. Miami, Fla.
7. Mesa, Ariz.
8. Davenport, Fla.
9. Phoenix, Ariz.
10. Indio, Calif.

Read on…


About Carlos Valentin

Entrepreneur, Real Estate Broker, Family Man
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One Response to Top 10 Cities Targeted by Foreign Investors

  1. Juan says:

    I completely agree!! Real Estate is on sale in the U.S. for all the international buyers… keep cranking!!

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