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How to find investment property in Florida

30th Aug, 2012back

How to find investment property in Florida


Before purchasing any property, investors need to develop a strategy.  It is important to decide what type of property to invest in, whether the individual wants to invest in a rental property or restore and sell properties.  Investors can choose to invest in commercial real estate or apartment buildings. Alternatively, land investment involves purchasing land that can be developed.


Choose a good real estate agent or an experienced partner


Those who are new to property investment should find a real estate agent who has experience of investment property deals.  The agent will be able to assist investors in finding promising properties.  It is best to choose relational brokers who will want to do business with the investor again as they will invest more in the transaction.  An alternative is to try to partner with an experienced real-estate investor who has less capital, but will provide valuable advice and experience.  Even if a potential investor decides not to collaborate with a more experienced partner, they should talk with more experienced investors to get an idea of the kinds of problems and pitfalls that are commonly faced.




Finding property for sale in Florida is not difficult, but location is important if an investor is to make money from renting out his or her property.  It is better to buy in a highly populated or high-rent area, rather than in a rural area where the number of potential renters will be lower and probably in a lower income bracket.  Other considerations are the area’s crime rate.  Renters will naturally want to rent in an area that is known for its low crime rate and, if the investor is considering renting to families, a district with a good school will be a good selling point.  A good way of finding a property for renting is to think about its selling points.


Newspapers, classified ads and real estate agents


There are a number of different ways of finding property for sale in Florida.  Once the location has been decided on an investor can search the local newspapers and classified ads at online sites.


There are plenty of real estate agents whose sites are on the internet and these can be contacted for information on the property in their area.  Investors should try to build up a good relationship with a reputable real estate agent, especially if they intend to buy more than one property as the agent will be able to send the details of properties as they come on the market.  There are also estate agents in the UK who specialise in finding investment property abroad in countries such as the US and they will also produce guides which can help first-time investors.  Investors should get on the mailing list of several of these agents so that they will receive details of any properties that come up as soon as they are on the market.


Another option is American firms on the internet who search for property across all the states and some will run investor workshops which can provide useful information on how to find the right property.  If an investor has a limited budget they can look at fractional ownership schemes which offer shares in property and its usage for just a fraction of the full property price.