Schweinsteiger and his wife were pictured house hunting as they look to quickly settle in Chicago.
Schweinsteiger arrived Chicago on Tuesday, March 28 and was officially unveiled as a Chicago Fire player on Thursday, March 30.
The midfielder has had his first training session with his new team already.
The 32-year-old and his wife were pictured house hunting as they look to quickly settle in America where Schweinsteiger will be playing in the MLS.
The couple was joined by their parents as looked around the local houses in Chicago.
The German midfielder will earn £3.5m in his one-year deal with Chicago Fire.
During his unveiling, the former Manchester United midfielder revealed he is ready to make his first appearance for Chicago Fire.
"I am 32 years old. I am ready, but of course, I need more training sessions to have the right rhythm, to be where I want to see myself," Schweinsteiger said.
"My head is more than 100 percent. I feel quite comfortable. The session was pretty intense today and I could do it, so that was good.
"I was preparing before I came here and, of course, I need some days more training but I feel I am ready whenever the coach needs me."
Chicago coach Veljko Paunovic was coy about whether Schweinsteiger would play this weekend against Montreal Impact.