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Whether you're a seasonal visitor or full-time resident in the United States, Canadians have lots of options when it comes to creating a home away from home. From second homes to investment properties and everything in between, RBC Bank helps you understand the pros and cons of U.S. homeownership so you can make choices that suit you best.


Getting a Mortgage in the U.S.

FEATURED: Getting a Mortgage in the U.S.: What to Expect

As the only national mortgage provider dedicated to helping Canadians purchase property in the U.S., RBC Bank is available to not only meet your mortgage needs, but also guide you through the process.

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Other Things to Consider When Making Your Home in the U.S.

FEATURED: Hazard Insurance a U.S. Requirement to Protect Homeowners

In the U.S., the insurance on your home is commonly referred to as either Hazard Insurance or Homeowner’s Insurance. This insurance is property insurance that covers a residence...

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    Renting Property in the U.S.

    FEATURED: Taxation on Rental Property Income

    Even though you are a Canadian citizen and resident, you are subject to U.S. income tax on any rental income you receive from your U.S. real estate property. To comply with this Internal Revenue Service (IRS) tax reporting requirement, you have two options...

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