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March 2013

For Foreign Investors & Companies – What is Required to Buy Property in the U.S.?

Tweet Foreign investors and companies planning to relocate to the U.S. often ask the question: What is required to buy or invest in property in the U.S.? Bob Koch, partner in the prominent architectural firm, Fugleberg Koch, located in Winter Park, Florida, who is also a Board Member of INV America, provides a straightforward answer. [...]

Help for Foreign Companies Entering the U.S. Market

Tweet For foreign companies planning to enter the U.S. market, the barriers to entry can be many: A different culture, different laws and regulations, varying Federal, State and local ordinances, language, banking and credit hurdles, immigration and visas, real estate, technical advice and problems, location – the list goes on and on. It has been [...]

Loire Valley Restored Farmhouse

Tweet This lovely farmhouse in the Loire Valley of France – tastefully restored on two levels – includes a large living-dining room with a beautiful fireplace in stone, a fitted kitchen, 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. There is also a lovely tree-planted garden with a swimming pool, and several outbuildings. The property is close to [...]

Charming Farmhouse in the Dordogne, France

Tweet This lovely farmhouse, is located in the Perigord, or Dordogne region of southwest France, one of the most beautiful areas of France. Dating from the 16th century, the buildings have been recently and tastefully restored.  The property boasts a swimming pool and more than half an acre of gardens. The farmhouse includes 8 rooms, [...]