Ezl1234 saidI go to New York ALOT I literally live there. Only come home to get money and visit familuy. so would like to move there.
There is no set rule, but if an immigration guy at the airport gets the impression you have been coming too
often (in his opinion), he won't let you in. It is starting to happen more often. Best to look "normal" and prosperous.
Consider applying for a longer visa (Brits don't need one, but I believe that is only for a 90 day visit).
Difficult to immigrate to USA unless you have a badly needed skill, or have a job offer from a USA employer who applies for and proves he can't get hires from in the USA.
If you bought some property in the states, you could probably get multiple visas to visit it.
Marry an American?
Become a full time student and get a student visa?
Get a job or some sort of internship with the United Nations?
Get a job from an EU company that has offices here?
A lot of people overstay their visas. Usually nothing happens to them, but it is almost impossible for them to get good employment, since they can'[t get a social security number. And, if you ever leave, the odds are you will not ever be let in again legally (they keep good computer records these days.)