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The decision to “link up” with the US market was essentially due to two unique and temporary favourable conditions, namely the increase in the value of European currency against the dollar and the fall in prices due to the crisis, contrasted with preservation of the relative values ??of rents. Considering the centrality of these cities, the opportunities they offer at several levels, their increasing closeness due to the Internet and the media, and the ever lower costs of reaching them, we felt it was an excellent opportunity to include them in our small niche market.

Clients interested in developing their interest in real estate overseas will be assisted by a local agent and law firm that speak perfect Italian and can provide all the professional and legal support needed to finalize the contract.


New York

The “Capital of the World”

New York is the most populous city in the United States of America and is located in state of New York, which has Albany as its capital Located on the east coast of North America, facing the Atlantic, it stands at the mouth of the Hudson River (which forms its western border, separating it from a series of suburbs in New Jersey), which is also the point where the large mass of Long Island is closest to the Continent, from which it is separated only by the narrow East River.

This unusual topography led to the city becoming one of the most important ports in the world since colonial times. NY could easily be defined as the “capital of the world”, due to the fact that styles and fashions are created, meet and mix in this city and then spread to other countries.




The World City

Miami is a city of around 404,000 inhabitants (5.4 million in the metropolitan area) in the United States and the capital of Miami-Dade County on the south-east coast of the state of Florida. Its urban area lies between the Miami River, Biscayne Bay, the Everglades and the Atlantic Ocean. Considering only the number of inhabitants within its administrative boundaries, it is Florida’s second largest city, but the urban area as a whole is by far the most highly populated in the state.

Miami’s population explosion in recent years has been due to immigration, both from abroad and from other cities in the US. Various ethnic groups can be found in Miami and the large Latin American and Caribbean communities of Spanish and Creole language have a strong influence. The importance of the region as an international financial and cultural centre has elevated Miami to World City status.



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