Jacksonville is the largest city by population and area in the state of Florida. Home to 903,889 residents, it too has a growing population with a rise of 1.6 million expected by 2023.
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The most popular places to buy US property in Q1 this year have just been mapped. A recent study finds that numerous locations in the country come out well above the national average for buying US property.
The Tampa housing market ranks as the healthiest in the nation according to a recent report by Ten-X. The report also rates another Florida property market, Jacksonville, within the top five best performers for spring. Both metro areas combine strong growth in population and jobs, key to a strong market.
The Florida city of Jacksonville has become one of the employment hotspots not only in the Sunshine State but in the US as a whole. Creating thousands of new jobs, particularly in the technological sectors and attracting multinationals, the city is also registering some of the highest increases in prices for property in Florida.
Property in Jacksonville in Florida has been ranked by JWD Group as the best in the US for investment this year. The city’s combination of advantageous price-to-rent ratios, a strong economy and good potential for property appreciation takes it to the top of the list for best investments.
The combination of more people looking for a home and higher property prices is putting strong pressure on the US rental market. As a result, analysts predict monthly rental rates will rise yet again this year, excellent news for investment in buy-to-let property in the US.
A recent survey ranks several locations in Florida as the best in the US for property investment. The reports highlights property in Jacksonville, Orlando and Tampa as especially attractive for the passive investor, particularly those building a rental property portfolio.
It’s Florida’s largest city and one of the fastest growing in the southeast region of the US. With a booming employment market and low inflation, Jacksonville currently shines as one of Florida’s economic beacons. In turn, this buoyancy is boosting the Jacksonville property market, expected to expand considerably over the next few years.
Florida has just announced record figures for tourism in the spring period this year. July statistics have also posted excellent results and consequently, the Sunshine State looks well on track for its target of 100 million visitors this year.