Florida has long been America's retirement mecca with its warm climate and proximity to the rest of the United States. Hurricanes are obviously a concern in this region, as is assuring your island stays high and dry. While private island prices in Florida may seem high to Americans, for Eu... + Read More
ropeans and others, the real estate feels like a bargain, particularly when figured in euros or pounds. Surrounded by water on three sides, Florida's coasts include the waters of the Gulf of Mexico, the Atlantic and the warm Caribbean bathes the Florida Keys. With an average of 300 days of full sunshine a year, it's easy to understand why Florida has such an active private island market.
Foreign Ownership Info for all States in the USA
America’s real estate laws create an open and reliable atmosphere for foreign investors. All private islands on the market in the U.S. can be bought freehold; there are no special requirements for foreign ownership. - Read Less