Check out the US State Department website: http://travel.state.gov/visa/
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The US government actually encourages foreign national investment in residential real estate by not imposing restrictions and guidelines.
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You must have given him permission to act as a Dual Agent.
Good luck and may God bless
Responding to such a question in this manner would be appropriate:
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WHy don't you consider getting your license?
You can buy any properties in USA even you are not citizen or resident.
If you can buy in CASH, that will be perfect but financing, that can be tricky but YES, you c ... more
Yes, you can buy any properties and sell whenever you want, as long as you buy in CASH.
For some loan, depends on the loan, you might be able to, now, that you will need ... more
You need to ask your agent or an attorney. Your contract will likely indicate part of your answer and we don't have that. You might also ask your lender to check out R ... more
Yes, they can. They have to contact the real state agent and an attorney in law, pay the earnest money to him and then the rest in the closing. I am from Argentina and I bought ... more