Terrorism and Florida Tourism Tanya Ott reports from Orlando that new visa restrictions are discouraging foreigners from buying vacation homes in the United States at the rate they have been. In southern states, these foreign homebuyers are no longer a multimillion dollar slice of the real estate market since the war on terrorism is limiting their visa stays to one month.

Terrorism and Florida Tourism

Terrorism and Florida Tourism

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Tanya Ott reports from Orlando that new visa restrictions are discouraging foreigners from buying vacation homes in the United States at the rate they have been. In southern states, these foreign homebuyers are no longer a multimillion dollar slice of the real estate market since the war on terrorism is limiting their visa stays to one month.

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