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Why invest in Orlando real estate in 2018 and beyond? Here's Why.

Pamela McNab-Syvertson - Thursday, November 8, 2018

First and foremost because Orlando is BOOMING! Forbes has currently ranked Orlando as the #1 city in the U.S. to invest in, in 2018 and beyond. Why? Here are some stats they have publicized: Average home price: $247,550, 3-year population growth: 7.6%, 2-year job growth: 7.1%, 1-year home price growth: 9% and 3-year price growth forecast: 35%. Those are some very impressive numbers.

Orlando's current property appraiser, Rick Singh, has recently publicized that Orlando is experiencing growth that reflects on average, 1,000 new residents per week. That is tremendous growth. Further, Orlando's city leaders have spent years enticing big business such as Health Care, Manufacturing, Construction & Financial Services, to name a few, to ensure that the job growth is one that supports quality, not just quantity. And finally, Orlando Business Journal ranks Orlando as having the fastest job growth amount U.S. metro areas. All of these indicators support why one should invest in Orlando.

If you're interested in a turn-key Real Estate Firm that can not only help you identify and obtain a quality investment property but also help you transition into professional property management seamlessly, then Verandah Properties, LLC should be your #1 choice. Please contact us for more information on how we can help you achieve your goals.

Pamela McNab-Syvertson - Broker/Owner Verandah Properties, LLC

For close to 25 years, Pamela and her team have managed their clients' investment portfolios, making them experts in the field. Verandah Properties blog series is an invaluable tool for investors looking for guidance on property management and their in-house sale’s division is key to purchasing desirable investment properties.

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