here is the thing. U.S economy is in the toilet. You can make good money in your profession, however, in the states you need to pay for health care insurance- so unless you are super rich or super poor- you will not benefit.
the guy's a professional, has a good job and if he lands a good job in the USA, he will pay next to nothing for medical insurance, the corporation pays for nearly all of it. my first job out of college, i paid $25/month for full coverage.
don't buy into the myth that americans all go broke because of health insurance costs. it's a broken system, sure, but most americans are quite happy with their health insurance and most pay very little for it. corporations pay nearly all of the tab and if you have a govt. job, even better.
also, let's look at the OP. his main concern is property cost and in the USA, real estate is considerably cheaper, especially if you stay out of California or the NY area. in the southeast, you can buy a house less than 10 years old, 150-220 sq. meters, 1/3 acre of land, for under $100,000, or about 61,000 pounds.