Profile of International Activity in U.S. Residential Real Estate Archive

More Foreign Buyers Purchased in Cities/Suburbs Than in Resort Areas

An increasing share of foreign buyers[1] are purchasing property in a central city/suburban area, while fewer foreign buyers are purchasing property in a resort area, according to NAR’s recently released 2017 Profile of International Activity in U.S. Residential Real...

Florida, Texas, and California: Top State Destinations Among Foreign Buyers in April 2016–March 2017

Five states accounted for slightly more than half of all foreign buyers who purchased U.S. residential property in April 2016–March 2017: Florida (22 percent), Texas (12 percent), California (12 percent), New Jersey (four percent) and Arizona (four percent), according...

Chinese, Canadians, and Mexicans: Top Foreign Buyers in April 2016–March 2017

Despite the slowdown in Chinese economic growth and tighter regulations on outflows of foreign exchange, Chinese foreign buyers remained as the top foreign buyer of U.S. residential property, according to NAR’s recently released 2017 Profile of International Activity in...

Foreign Buyer Residential Purchases Rose to $153B in April 2016–March 2017

Foreign buyers purchased $153 billion of U.S. residential property in April 2016–March 2017[1], an increase from the $102.6 billion of property purchased in the previous 12-month period, according to NAR’s recently released 2017 Profile of International Activity in U.S....

Profile of U.S. Residents Seeking to Purchase a Property Abroad in April 2015—March 2016

International real estate is multi-faceted. Not only do international clients choose to purchase U.S. real estate, U.S. clients are also interested in purchasing property abroad. Approximately 14 percent of responding REALTORS® reported that they had a client who was...