Thank you, Jim Soda, Prudential Palms Realty 941-809-7759
Have you forgotten to mention a tiny item to your potential buyers..?
"WASHINGTON - In the bleakest employment forecast for Kennedy Space Center yet, a NASA report due out on Tuesday estimates that as many as 6,400 contractors could lose their jobs at KSC by 2011 right after the space shuttle is retired.
With no rockets to launch, the KSC workforce, whose primary mission is to prepare NASA spacecraft for liftoff, is expected to go from 8,000 contract jobs today to between 1,600 and 2,300 in 2011..."
Regarding your visa, please visit http://www.travel.state.gov/visa/visa_1750.html for more pertinent information that you should find extremely helpful.
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Just 35 miles east of Orlando, Brevard County prides itself as the home of Kennedy Space Center, the only facility in the world that launches the Space Shuttle; Port Canaveral, the second-busiest cruise port in the world; 72 miles of beautiful Atlantic Ocean beaches; and the largest collection of endangered wildlife and plants in the continental United States. With its tropical weather, cultural activities, educational opportunities, active and passive recreation options, high-technology industries, and family-friendly atmosphere, the Space Coast offers an exceptional quality of life that residents and visitors enjoy year-round. Nearly 500,000 people call its 15 municipalities and unincorporated areas "home."
Tucked in among the other beach communities of Brevard County, Indian Harbour Beach sits on two square miles of land between the Atlantic to the east and the still waters of the Indian River Lagoon to the west. Beachfront parks are a great place for a picnic (most have running water to wash off the sand before you replace your flip-flops) and Gleason Park offers 27 acres surrounding a beautiful lake, with exercise trails, lit by Victorian lights in the early evening. Tennis is available on city courts and baseball and soccer fields are available at the cityâ€™s million-dollar sports complex.
The county has been occupied by humans for 12,000 years. The Ais were inhabiting Brevard when it was discovered by Spanish explorers.
The last naval battle of the American Revolutionary War was fought off the shores of Cape Canaveral in 1783, between the USS Alliance and the HMS Sybill.
Brevard County contains the Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge. the Canaveral National Seashore, the St. Johns National Wildlife Refuge, and the Archie Carr National Wildlife Refuge. Brevard works together with the federal and state government to help preserve these wetlands, coastal areas and controlling pollution.
Mark, you truly are the Somerset Oceanfront Specialist. I really appreciate the way you have worked with me as an owner of two units. I know listing with you is the right choice as you are well connected both in the local community and to the international buyers. Each time I talk to you, it seems you have my best interest in mind. Thank you!â€ S. Veal, MD 03/22/08
- Dr. Steven Veal, Medical Doctor and Real Estate Investor 3/23/08
Mark Palace, CEO/Founder
Palace Properties International, Inc.
if I point you to reading on the subject you are asking about, it's not because I like to be vague, but because real estate agents in the US are not allowed to practise law, including immigration law, or even give legal advice. Iâ€™m German and have lived and worked as a realtor in FL for over 17 years, so I understand where you are coming from, and Iâ€™m very familiar with the subject.
Please have a look on my site under the â€œguideâ€ link: there you will find a summary of a brochure that also covers your concerns which Iâ€™ll be happy to email you as a PDF.
All the best,
Tobias Kaiser, MS, CIPS
Greater Fort Lauderdale Real Estate Broker + Consultant
Certified International Property Specialist
We are UK based International Realtors. We have had a lot of experience dealing with immigration. A lot of it is tied to real estate investment and management. There are a number of options regarding immigration into the US.
If you are planning on working within your chosen field, you could obtain immigration status if it can be proven that your skills are needed, and not available within the area the company hiring you is located in.
You could also purchase an established company whilst making a capital investment of US$1 million. This is a favourite route for many. In fact, it could be real estate related. All these types of investments are scrutinised by the immigration authorities to confirm they are bone fide operations.
Your application is then tied in with this investment. It would be better to use an immigration attorney for the application.
One thing I am not sure of is the quota system for Australians. This could have some relevance as sometimes this can restrict the number of immigrants from any one area, although I doubt there are many coming from your neck of the woods.
Another thing to be aware of is when looking at 'qualifying investments'. ie a businesses for sale. Often business brokers and immigration attorneys work together and the investments are not always all the purport to be.
Our staff in Florida are licensed Florida real estate agents and can show you anything you wish to see.
Certainly there are some great opportunities in south east Florida oceanfront real estate right now.
Have a look at our website, and if I can be of any further help, please contact me.
You will find some links to dedicated Florida sites there also.