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An intelligent approach to land investment in Florida

30th Aug, 2012back

An intelligent approach to land investment in Florida


For real estate investors, Florida is an attractive place to invest in property.  Not only does Florida attract millions of tourists each year, it is also attractive to people from other parts of America due to its high standard of living and the fact that areas of Florida have seen growth in jobs above the national average.  Having easy accessibility and some fantastic attractions, there is no shortage of renters for property in Florida.


Investing in Florida property


Any investor who is serious about investing in property in Florida needs to consider the price, the size, the location and the ability to sell their property in the future.  An investor needs to decide if he or she wants a luxury villa that overlooks the beach, or a practical condominium.


Know the marketplace


It is important to know the property marketplace.  Find out where the hotspots are for land investment. Do a survey of the marketplace so that the prices of similar properties can be compared, as well as the likely rents.  This will enable the investor to have a clear view of what they should be paying before they enter into any deals.  Research can also be done via the internet or newspaper advertisements.  For those who are new to real estate, however, working locally will avoid unnecessary travel expenses.


Evaluate the market


An investor should evaluate the Florida real estate market, looking at different types of properties such as foreclosures, condominiums, apartments and low down-payment properties.  It is generally safer to focus on these types of properties.  For first-time investors consulting with a real estate consultant who works in Florida will provide valuable assistance.


Understanding finance


It is important for an investor to understand the finance of land investment.  The investor should have some knowledge of vacancy costs, taxes, operating expenses and loan payments before they consider making an investment.  The tax situation in Florida plays a vital part in the real estate business and so it is important that an investor understands how to take advantage of Florida’s tax regulations.  Seeking advice from an accountant or a tax advisor could help an investor to save money.


Viewing the property


An investor should always view the property before making an investment.  This will allow them to view the location and also enable them to inspect the property carefully.  Investors should be looking for properties that have the opportunity for resale and appreciation.  If an investor intends to rent for tourists then they should look for properties that have good access to golf courses, shops, restaurants, the beach-front and other amenities.  If the investor intends to use the property themselves, then they need to look for something that suits their holiday requirements now.


Choosing the right strategy


First-time investors may have little cash so they could start with bargain homes for sale or join an investors club.  Investors with more cash and experience who want an income might go for properties that can be renovated and rented to tenants for a few years, during which time their income will increase.  Alternatively, an investor could renovate the property and then sell it.  This requires the investor to select a property in the right area and to know which improvements will make the property more attractive to buyers and increase its value.