6) Orlando, Florida
The third city in Florida to make the list is Orlando. Right off the bat, images of Disney World, Universal Studios, and SeaWorld probably come to mind. Even if you’re not into amusement parks, this is still excellent choice for those looking to invest in profitable property. Why? Because A LOT of people come to visit Orlando to experience all these amazing attractions. Renting out a home for a weekend, a week, or a month is easy in Orlando; the weather is nice year-round and these world-famous attractions are always open. New homes in nice neighborhoods are well under the national average. Depending on location homes can sell for between $120,000 – $180,000. Rent in Orlando is quite high – you can expect to charge around $1,400. Potential renters include families on vacations, students, and retirees – that’s quite a broad range!
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