Can I Rent My House While on an H1B Visa?


Apr 06 2023

<div style=' background:#FFFFFF;color:#0C0C0C;font-size:16px;font-family:sans-serif;width:auto;padding:5px;max-height:100%;'><span><p>The answer is yes. As long as you can make the loan payments and abide by the terms and conditions, buying a property is not an issue. Nevertheless, if you start devoting more than 20 hours per week to maintaining your rental property, things might get complicated.<br>Taking care of a property that you own is not seen as "work," according to immigration lawyer Land Wayland, because you are not doing it for the gain of an employer and you are not eliminating a job for a US worker.<br>Even while you can be generating money from rentals, you are not doing so by working for someone else.<br>It might start to appear as work that would be drawing you away from your H-1 company employment if you started purchasing many properties and spending more than 20 hours a week maintaining them.<br><br>In order to maintain and manage your property, even though you are an H1B visa holder, you should work with a property manager, real estate agent, or property management firm<br><br></p><span></div>


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