Thanks guys for all comments its really good stuff to take on, I think perhaps a business could be the way to go, IM in the midst of setting up something different over here “store wise”… If it goes well in the frist year I may look at expanding here and perhaps then look at the US.. As said from the start I have always wanted to live in the USA…[Read more]
Why can't you sell it to the investor if you are up front and they can still make good money. If everybody is up front it can be a successful business. I'm making money, my clients make money, i don't even let them buy any C class till i have lined them up with some A and B class properties. It's a cash machine, I wou…[Read more]
mmm ok Im getting confused now Ill read all this over again when my son is asleep, and perhaps getting a consultation with a Visa lawyer is the way to go.. Im sure they will have a point a.b.c steps for me to follow or at least look into..
wow you guys surely are scaring me off this buy into the US idea, thats ok I think a business may be the way to go. We run 2 here and have a few ideas for a retail outlet we want to set up, I think we look at setting that up there perhaps? Any thoughts on setting up a business there, or is that a whole new thread..
Hi Deb, I lived in the US (on a H1-B visa, which means legally) between 2000-2006; in New York 1/2 year, Virginia and New Jersey for another 1/2 year each and moved in Indianapolis (Indiana) which is Mid-west for another 5 years (My brother still lives there since 1991). Due to the pretty rough immigration laws and the huge pr…[Read more]
mmm ok I totally see what you guys are saying we had 1 average house in a town called Ballarat here in VIC had 3 eviction, stray cats, , bag of old needles found, holes in walls. But no guns thanks goodness!!
So maybe yeah a mid range property is the way to go? But less of them but better quality tenants..
Anyone out there got good stores about…[Read more]
Nigel Kibel wrote:
In Australia at present. Unlike much of America Texas has held up well. Property prices have not fallen plus it has the highest job and population growth in the country. Out of the predicted top 10 boom cities predicted in the United States for the next 10 years all are of the major cities are listed with Austin at number one…[Read more]
Thanks Nigel IM going to check this one out.
Debra check out the E2 visa – http://travel.state.gov/visa/temp/types/types_1273.html there is less investment required (about 100k), compared to the EB 5.
So Texas is still good since 2006? Where are you now?
I lived in Noosa and moved to Miami Beach so yeah it’s crazy and colourful, and I love every minute of it. It’s not a typical US lifestyle though by any means, they say Miami is ‘very close’ to the US, and many call it the capital of Latin America. So not sure how relevant this will be to the experience you may have in NY..
Hi Jay,Yeah a doco ( documentary ) would be like your reality TV: THE RENT COLLECTORS !I reckon it would be good.it would be a more dramatic show than the link below. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MABrO9rhPTE
thats a good one!!!!!!
Hi guys thanks so much for info, I love new York city I’ll be honest. Why I love new York I think is obvious and it’s the only place I have ever really feel at home so to speak. If this is the way I can get a foot in the door as an avenue to get a dual passport I’ll exhaust that avenue. True Australia is amazing Heath systems, standard of life…[Read more]