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Sunset Realty Group represents local owners and assists with their different luxury sales and rental needs through individualized representation. As part of its uniquely tailored owner representation services, Sunset Realty Group offers its clients a free market analysis and competitive sales or rental price assessment and recommendation. Our owner representation also includes property staging and a free short sale processing with any new listing.

Sunset Realty Group is also focused on building a solid client base, and intends to reach this objective with uniquely dedicated, competent, and zealous client representation. We are experts and represent owners and list properties with a primary focus in the areas of:

All of our agents are available 24/7 and will do what it takes to exceed their clients’ expectations. In our uniquely tailored seller marketing services we offer open houses, extensive internet and direct email marketing, as well as classified advertising, magazines, direct mailings, and local TV media.

We represent owners/sellers and list properties South of Fifth and in Miami Beach, with daily updates on listings at the:

We also directly advertise through our international referral partners in Germany (Berlin, Hamburg , and Munich), Spain (Madrid and Barcelona), Brazil (Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, and Fortaleza), Argentina (Buenos Aires), Venezuela (Caracas), Colombia (Medellin and Cali), and Peru (Lima).

TIPS FOR FOREIGN OWNERS SELLING REAL ESTATE IN THE U.S.:

When foreign property owners decide to sell their US property, certain tax restrictions may apply. FIRPTA, the Foreign Investment in Real Property Tax Act, was enacted in 1980 and provides that if the Seller of real property is a foreign person, the Buyer must withhold a tax equal to 10% of the gross purchase price, unless an exemption applies. A foreign person is a nonresident alien individual; a foreign corporation not treated as a domestic corporation; or a foreign partnership, trust or estate. A resident alien is not considered a foreign person under FIRPTA.

There are many exemptions to this rule for example a transaction involving the transfer of a property acquired for use as the buyer's residence and the amount realized (purchase price) does not exceed $300,000. Find more information about FIRPTA on the IRS website.

We recommend that their particular tax situation is something foreign property owners may want to discuss with a licensed tax professional.

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