The Florida property market in 2016 posted high prices and low sales as demand outpaced supply. Analysts expect more of the same in 2017.
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.
Forecasting what is in store for the Florida property market in 2017 was one of the topics at the recent Florida Realtors Mid-Winter Business Meetings. Based on the findings at the meet-up, this news article lists the highlights and trends expected over the next year.
The future looks very bright for Southwest Florida property this year. The economy in this corner of the Sunshine State is enjoying a boom and as a result, the property market is also seeing a surge in sales and prices.
While the US as a whole has failed to fulfil expectations this year, the Florida economy has surged ahead both in economic growth and job creation. Analysts believe this tendency is set to continue throughout 2017, an opinion reflected in the very positive potential seen by local businesses in Florida.
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.
The market for Florida property is already hot, but a recent report reveals that the influx in the region of buyers from the baby boomer generation looks likely to rise the temperature even higher. This latest BRIC Group article explains why.
The latest Chief Executive magazine survey places Texas and Florida at the top of the best states for doing business in the US. This is the 12th year in a row that the two states take the accolade, and the survey finds that Florida – currently in second place – is closing the gap on Texas as this BRIC Group news article explains.
The Florida economy experienced an excellent 2015 and all predictions point to a very sunny year over the next 12 months. As this BRIC Group news article reports, economic growth and job creation in tandem with a recovered property market and increased wealth mean residents in Florida will have plenty to celebrate in 2016.
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.