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The number of foreign tourists in the United States set a new record

Published: Tue, 09/11/2012 - 14:49
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The U.S. Commerce Department reported in late August, according to preliminary calculations, foreign tourists spent 169 billion dollars during the holiday in this country in 2012. By 2021, the United States will annually receive more than 100 million tourists and their spending on holiday will exceed $ 250 billion a year.


Participants exchange trading may view the data as a factor that will ensure growth in the value of resort real estate in the U.S. in the long run. The prices for the assets in the tourism sector will continue to grow under the influence of demand on the part of foreign citizens and residents of the United States.


Currently, the real estate market in Florida, one of the main resort regions of the U.S., is recovering from the mortgage crisis. However, the cost of spa facilities remains low compared with the pre-crisis period.


Low running cost of resort real estate in Florida, the high demand from foreigners and the prospects for further development of the tourism industry in the U.S. make a purchase resort real estate in Florida promising investment idea. The object can bring profit as an investor in the event of resale, and because of rent payments.


The main risk of investing in the U.S. resort facilities is the potential deterioration of the economic situation in the country. Its probability can not be discounted because of the high level of public debt, difficulties in the financial system of the country and the possible loss of the status of the dollar global reserve currency. However, the U.S. economy remains the most competitive in the world, which reduces the chances of a sharp drop in demand for assets in this country.