Articles relating to "Real estate investing":
Homes in gentrifying neighborhoods a good investment (8/19/2016)
How do investors and buyers identify these up-and-coming areas? A RealtyTrac study identifies the top 35 turn-around zip codes in the U.S. – and four are in Fla.
3 Fla. cities tops for budget real estate investing (7/26/2016)
A realtor.com/HomeUnion study ranked U.S. cities for the best place to invest in single-family homes on a budget: Jacksonville, Tampa and Orlando topped the list.
1 in 10 home sales flipped in many Fla. metros (6/2/2016)
RealtyTrac: Home flipping increased 20% in the first quarter, though the total number of flips was still 26% below its 2006 peak – and more flippers now pay cash.
Should short-term rentals be taxed like hotels? (5/17/2016)
Hotel owners want short-term rentals taxed to level the playing field, but opponents say it’s a private property rights issue, and homeowners should be allowed to do what they want to do with their property.
Fla. has two ‘top 10’ cities for RE investing (4/13/2016)
A study that equated rental demand with job increases listed Orlando and Tampa as two of the nation’s top cities for buyers who want to invest in rental housing.
2015 vacation sales retreat, investment sales leap (4/7/2016)
NAR: Vacation home purchases dropped but still hit their second-highest level in almost a decade – and investment purchases rose for the first time in five years.
Which Fla. metros are best for rental investing? (3/31/2016)
RealtyTrac report compares counties based on 2015-16 rental changes, gross rental yields and annual investment returns. In Alachua, for example, return is 10.2%.
Merger creates single-family rental giant (3/3/2016)
American Homes 4 Rent and American Residential Properties’ merger will give the new mega-company control of 47,000 U.S. homes – but they say some will be sold.
Home flipping is back – and Fla. a national hot spot (3/3/2016)
If flipping signals a market rebound, the recession is officially over. Tampa and Daytona Beach top the list for flips as a percentage of all single-family sales.