Not true. There is no difference in taxing regardless of your nationality if the property involved is an investment property. U.S. residents will have the benefit of homestead exemption if the property purchased is for primary residence, and each U.S. family can only claim one property as their primary residence.
Is it true that foreign investors will pay a lot more taxes than U.S. residents when purchasing a real property in the United States?
by Nikki Songie