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florida real estate investments


Florida real estate investments benefit from several positive trends, including positive net population growth in the state.

The statistics show that population growth rate (1990-2000) for Florida was a stunning 23.5%, providing many opportunities for real estate development in the state.

However, population growth is not the only factor benefiting real estate investors and developers here.

Tourism, a major growth industry as people have more time and money to spend, has benefited the sunshine state tremendously and increased the demand for second homes and commercial real estate serving the industry.

In fact, Florida had an amazing 76.8 million visitors during 2004 and the figure is growing.

Also, 40% of exports to Latin and South America pass through Florida.

As South American economies grow rapidly, commercial real estate in Florida serving this sector keeps growing rapidly as well.

How to Make Florida Real Estate Investments

There are several ways to invest in real estate in Florida.

The traditional way is to purchase real estate and rent or re-sell it.

You can also remodel or buildings, build new real estate, or finance developers directly for a share of the profits on their real estate portfolio.

In this regard, there are many advisors that can help you out, including real estate brokers and real estate developers themselves.

You can also invest in real estate investment funds that have their portfolio invested in Florida real estate.

This way makes you less dependent on the outcome of any individual real estate investment that you may make.


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