We all know that foreign homebuyers operate in different ways than U.S.-born consumers, but how do they ultimately choose their agent?
Earlier this week, we reported that international home sales in the U.S. soared from 2013 to 2014, increasing by 35 percent and totaling an impressive $92.2 billion.
However, the Profile of International Home Buying Activity, the report from NAR that took an in-depth look at international home sales, also offered numerous insights into how foreign-born consumers operate through the homebuying process, including how they ultimately choose the agent they work work.
So how do they choose their agent? Take a look at our infographic below, which features some very interesting information on the topic: