Posted by: dagmarsands | November 10, 2009

Why is “International Real Estate” so Popular

I started my real estate company in 1985 and called it Real Estate International, Inc.  Back then, it was not as popular as it is today. 

Why is is International Real Estate so Popular today?  Because investors from all over the world are now investing in the United States.  They want a broker that is knowledgeable, has etiquette knowledge about their own background and cultures. 

I became a Certified International Property Specialist (CIPS) in 1990’s and I have worked with clients from all over the world.  Through my membership in FIABCI (The International Real Estate Federation) I have been able to visit 40 countries, learn cultures and background about my clients and my investors. 

The currency change to EURO also created a competition to the U.S. Dollar and as the Euro strengthen we have seen more investors purchase our commercial, investment and residential properties.  This trend will continue because United States has stability compared to other countries.  Even with today’s economy here in the U.S. we see the same situation overseas and in the global economy. 

Luxury Real Estate has especially been in demand by millionnaires and billionnaires from overseas who are buying our largest estates, luxury homes and mansions.  We have seen investors from England, Russia, Japan, Ireland, China and Germany. 

Our organization has all the statistics and information that are of interest and should you have any questions, please contact me at dagmar@WorldClassRealEstateBroker.com and I will be happy to assist you. 

We also help our clients from the U.S. to purchase properties in Europe, Asia, China, and other areas.  Resort Properties, Secondary homes and income producing properties are available at your request.

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