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Florida property buyers spoilt for choice

31st Dec, 2012back

305 Florida is one of the biggest destinations for tourists in the entire world.  With stunning beaches, a number of world class golf courses and attractions such as Disney World, Universal Studios and the Everglades, it is hardly surprising that as many as 70 million tourists visit the Sunshine State each year. 


Florida also has a population of around four million in an area that is bigger than that of England. This means that the state is able to continue to offer a feeling of space that appeals to those both looking for somewhere to resettle on a permanent basis and those who are just looking for a holiday.


The fact that the United States is an English-speaking country is, of course, also a big plus for property buyers from countries such as the United Kingdom, Australia, Canada or Northern Europe, who often find themselves literally spoiled for choice in the property market in Florida. 


With prices considerably lower than they would pay in their home countries, a property buyer can find condos, houses and apartments in a large array of different locations: suburban, beach, marina, rural or even on a golf course.  Perhaps the largest headache faced by property owners is which one they should actually go for!


Property owners in the United Kingdom have even more reason to smile, given the rise of the British pound against the American dollar that has been experienced ever since 2006, which means that their money is able to go a whole lot further than was once the case.  The rental market for properties in Florida is also strong for both long-term and short-term lets, thanks largely to the ever-growing tourist industry in the state.

Between 1976 and 2006 the value of building plots in Florida rose from an average of $15,000 to $250,000

The Lincoln Institute of Land Policy