After a strong 2016, Florida dominates the fastest-growing cities in the US this year. Find out which metro areas perform best in all metrics.
Florida ranks high in the listings for the best places for single family rentals in the US. The metro areas of Orlando, Jacksonville and Tampa feature across the board for opportunity, high demand and capital rate ranking. This latest research confirms the excellent potential for buy-to-let properties in Florida.
Yet another ranking of the best markets for US property investment places Florida in a privileged position. The Sunshine State takes four of the top five positions and a total of six in the best ten making Florida one of the hottest places to invest in the US this year.
Latest statistics reveal that Florida property prices went up yet again in October. This latest monthly rise is the 59th in a row showing the market continues to forge a full recovery.
A new report reveals the best places for US vacation rentals. Resorts in Florida dominate the top ten for returns on holiday lets in the US.
With Florida motoring ahead of the US economy, it’s obvious that the Sunshine State has left the recession well behind. And within Florida, the Tampa-St Petersburg-Clearwater MSA stands out for exceptionally positive figures. As a result, the Tampa Bay property market hasn’t had it so good for years.
A recent opinion poll finds that Florida is the state most Americans would like to live in. The Sunshine State tops the survey across almost all generations and two Florida cities also make the nation’s top 10 preferred cities.
Property in Jacksonville in Florida has been ranked by JWD Group as the best in the US for investment this year. The city’s combination of advantageous price-to-rent ratios, a strong economy and good potential for property appreciation takes it to the top of the list for best investments.
A favourite with relocators, retirees and holiday makers, property in Florida continues to offer some of the best rental returns in the US. Latest data from RealtyTrac pinpoints several locations in Florida as top for rental returns, safe havens for rental investment and perfect for the baby boomer market.
The two states of Texas and Florida dominate the Forbes Where to invest in 2015 list with Houston and Orlando property featuring in the top five. The two cities stand out for their high population growth, strong job creation and undervalued property prices. As a result, Houston and Orlando are “safe bets to invest”, for both first-time buyers and buy-to-let investors.