Orlando Again Named As A U.S. Property Investment Hotspot

Orlando Again Named As A U.S. Property Investment Hotspot

The new survey is the Best Markets Top Ten List for Real Estate Investing for Quarter 1, 2016, which has been published by HomeVestors and Local Market Monitor. Throw in the fact that Orlando is the top tourist center in the United States, with the world’s top theme parks, including Walt Disney World® resort, Universal Orlando Resort, Legoland Florida and SeaWorld Orlando drawing in more than 66 million people a year, then it a winning argument.

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U.S. Vacation Homes 28% Capital Appreciation According to the NAR

U.S. Vacation Homes 28% Capital Appreciation According to the NAR

With more vacation buyers purchasing single-family homes (58%) compared to a year ago (54%), the share of those buying a condo (25%) or a townhouse or row house (13%) decreased in this year’s survey. Encouraged by rising housing demand and home prices, more than 80% of both vacation buyers and investment buyers believe that now is a good time to purchase real estate.

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Now Is The Time To Buy In Orlando

Now Is The Time To Buy In Orlando

The buoyant activity of the residential housing market, combined with a strong and vibrant local economy continues to enhance the worldwide appeal of Orlando, very evident in the continued high level of international interest and investment to secure funds in the safe-haven of Central Florida.

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Orlando Continues To Lead The State In Job Creation

Orlando Continues To Lead The State In Job Creation

Gallup has ranked the Orlando metro area No. 1 in the nation for highest rate of job creation in 2015. Orlando has been in the top five for Gallup’s ranking, but this is the first No. 1 ranking in recent years. Gallup noted that Orlando and Las Vegas, which rely heavily on tourism to support their economies, are among the stronger U.S. job markets, “perhaps reflecting higher consumer confidence and consumer spending compared with the immediate post-recession years.”

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Invest In The U.S. - Orlando Ranks #2 In Rental Growth

Invest In The U.S. - Orlando Ranks #2 In Rental Growth

Orlando is growing a staggering rate, not only in tourism but also in other industries such as aerospace, media research, medical appliances, digital media, defense and in many other areas. It really is offering great security and potential for growth.

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Orlando Ranked #2 By Forbes As Best City To Invest In

Orlando Ranked #2 By Forbes As Best City To Invest In

Orlando took second place and was followed by six other Sunshine State cities. Among them, average home prices are highest in West Palm Beach (No. 19) at $285,000 and lowest in Tampa (No. 14) at $193,000. The averages, though, have been accelerating at a rate of 9 percent to 14 percent in all the Florida cities.

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