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United States of America (USA) - Property Prices


Property prices vary greatly in the USA according to area, state, region, laws and the provision of services within the local area. The housing bubble burst in the US in 2007 when the market sank to an all-time low and the biggest depression in many decades began to take its toll on the housing market. While property is still much cheaper than in Europe, there is now an upturn in property prices in the US.

Property prices vary from region to region just like any country and in Florida, a popular area for expats, you can expect to pay around $100,000 for a two-bedroomed apartment.

If you want to be close to a city centre and all the amenities this will give you, then you can expect to pay around the $100,000 mark for a one-bedroomed apartment. Property is very expensive in major city centres - New York City, for example, attracts very high prices in areas close to tourist attractions. Prices are very much regional and the more rural you go, the more you will get for your money.

Always review the property market carefully before agreeing to anything and make sure you seek professional advice before purchasing.



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