For foreign investors looking to buy real estate in the United States, there hasn't been a better time in decades. With the dollar at it's current low value, and real estate prices in the US down substanially, vacation homes in the United States are a bargain not to be ignored. According to the National Association of REALTORS®, just the currency difference will provide a 30% discount on average for European, Japanese, and many other investors.
While many foreign real estate buyers have been flocking to New York and Florida, many have also discovered the unique beauty of New Hampshire's Mount Washington Valley, and the advantages of owning a vacation home in a 4-season resort area. The brilliant colors of fall in the White Mountains are incredible against the backdrop of majestic mountains and sparkling rivers. While foliage is at its peak, this is the busiest 2-3 weeks of the year, and perfect for owning or renting your vacation home.
Summer is a virtual paradise, whether you're on a lake, river, or mountainside retreat. It's simply a gorgeous area, bustling with the activities vacationers love. ...golf, boating, fishing, swimming, hiking, bicycling. With North Conway central to the valley, there's always easy access to some of the best discount shopping outlets in New England. And being in New Hampshire, they're also tax free. Fine dining and entertainment abound through the area. Some of the very best lakefront homes in New Hampshire can be found on Conway Lake. With excellent water quality and mountain views you will feel right at home and ready for summer fun.
Come winter, luxury trailside homes at Bearfoot Creek are prime properties. With world-class skiing throughout the area, vacation homes and condos on the market are ripe for the taking. Developments like Beechwoods At Intervale provide fantastic mountain scenery at affordable prices. Nordic Village and Attitash Mountain Village are both fabulous resorts with pools, spas and countless amenities.Try a look at River Run Condos, Cathedral Trail or Top Notch Townhouses. And, these are just a few of the many resorts and developments designed for skiers, golfers, and living in the mountains of New Hampshire.
JTRealty/KW Lakes & Mountains has the experience to help foreign buyers navigate a real estate purchase in the United States. We can help to familiarize you with the relevant tax laws that will apply at the time of sale and in the future. You can look into tax issues for foreign real estate investors at the IRS.
Attitash Bear Peak
We've invested over 32 million dollars over the past six years to provide the size, service and experience you're looking for. We continue to grow, now with over 280 acres of diverse and exciting terrain to satisfy he whole family. This winter, REDISCOVER Attitash Bear Peak and attitash.com.
Black Mountain Ski Area
We are proud to be operating in our sixty-sixth season as the oldest ski resort in New Hampshire. Nestled among pastures and farmlands in the quaint village of Jackson, New Hampshire, Black Mountain is the quintessential New England ski destination.
New Hamphsire's largest ski area.
Cranmore Mountain is known as New England's Snowplay Resort for Growing Families for a reason! Not only is Cranmore the most affordable mountain around, but there's so much fun to be had! From skiing and snowboarding to heading down the slopes on snow toys, or racing your friends and family on the very cool Wild Cherry Grand Prix Tubing Center, there's never a dull moment for kids of all ages!
King Pine Ski Area
At PURITY SPRING RESORT, DANFORTH BAY CAMPING RESORT and KING PINE SKI AREA your stay is more than four walls and two beds. Experience your family's playground. NH's premier family vacation destination.
Shawnee Peak, formerly known as Pleasant Mountain, has seen thousands of guests learn to ski on its historic slopes. Wander the base lodge almost any day of the week, and you?ll find someone who remembers the first T-Bar or when the East Area was formed. Now, you can enjoy the largest night-skiing facility in the area.
One of the largest ski areas. Most dependable snow in New England.
Wildcat Ski Area
Nestled in the White Mountain National Forest, Wildcat, unblemished by trailside development, has been offering classic New England skiing and riding on over 225 acres of world class terrain to families for over 40 years.
Our beautiful Albert Zikorus designed golf course is one of the finest in the country. Featuring 9 challenging holes, all with spectacular views of the White Mountains and surrounding area.
North Conway Country Club
Ranked by GOLF WEEK as the "4th Best Golf Course in New Hampshire" Established in 1895, North Conway Country Club has provided the best golf experience in Mt Washington Valley for over 100 years. One round on the course speaks for itself...the views of Mt Washington and the Presidential and Moat Ranges will leave you speechless.
Indian Mound Golf Club
The golf season is in full swing at Indian Mound Golf Club. The course is in phenomenal shape - check it out for yourself!
Linderhof Country Club
The 9-hole "Linderhof" course at the Linderhof Country Club facility in Glen, New Hampshire features all the hallmarks of New Hampshire golf. Linderhof golf course opened in 1952. Ed Bradley manages the course as the Golf Professional.
Eagle Mountain Resort Golf Club
Perched just above the quaint village of Jackson lies one of New Hampshire's prettiest 9-hole golf courses, this USGA rated par 32 course wends its way along the Wildcat River and features elevated tees with spectacular mountain views from every hole.
Lake Kezar Country Club
Nestled in the foothills of the White Mountains, this par 72 gem, combines a 1924 Donald Ross Design, with a 1998 spectacular and breathtaking back nine. The challenge and beauty of the brooks, ponds, stonewalls, and majestic Eastern white pines are never ending. Lake Kezar Country Club offers four sets of tees on every hole to accommodate any level of golfer.
Bridgton Highlands Country Club
The 18-hole course at the Bridgton Highlands Country Club facility in Bridgton, Maine features 6,059 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. The course rating is 70.2 and it has a slope rating of 126 on Blue grass. Designed by Francis Barton/Fred Ryan, the course opened in 1926.