Is Greater Orlando a great real estate opportunity?

Yes, the Greater Orlando housing market is an area where you can depend on a steady stream of solid cash flow for a long time. Why Orlando?

Orlando provides some serious real estate investment opportunities but you should be careful to do your due diligence in selecting the right properties for the right reasons. Here's some friendly advice on what to look for when evaluating an investment.

You don't want to end up as an investor that reflects on their real estate portfolio and says, " And then that happened…" and has a stream of bad news detailing over:

  • budget property renovations
  • poor property management
  • smooth talking middlemen
  • dire vacancy statistics
  • poor price-to-rent ratios
  • grim occupancy numbers
  • and foreclosures.

No. No one wants that. So how can you safely cash in on 'recession resistant' real estate? Let's take a look.

Whenever you review a market check the data, the Greater Orlando location ticks a lot of boxes:
Yes. The dramatic population influx to Florida over the past ten years with a boost of 40% growth means an additional 800,000 people need housing.
Yes. A low unemployment rate at just 4.0% makes everyone happy. In fact this rate is even lower than at the peak of the housing market in 2007 when it was 4.3%. Additionally the tightening labor market has raised wages 2.7% over last year. It’s up over 10% in the past ten years. These are impressive statistics indeed.
Yes. Robust employment driven by the tourism industry shows the 10 year increase in income of 14% is accelerating in the fast lane. The healthy growth of the medical industry, software gaming and defense industries will further enhance the performance of earning power for Greater Orlando residents and draw more people to the community.
Yes. The current demand in the Orlando MSA housing market has created a considerable inventory shortfall, with less than 2.5 months of inventory available.
Yes. Today’s low interest rate has brought mortgage payments lower than 10 years ago. In August 2007 a median priced property with a 20% down-payment would cost $1247/month. If the property price remained the same today it would cost just $923 a month. When the payment is decreased by 25% that is a huge opportunity for the real estate investor.

Plenty of Attractions Draw Buyers to the Area

Location Matters

When you select a location you need to ensure that it meets certain criteria to facilitate a successful outcome to the bottom line. The Greater Orlando area has sincere benefits to offer such as:

  • Easy commute paths to college and work
  • Affordable for the average worker
  • Pricing less than replacement cost
  • Sufficient supply of investment grade real estate
  • Pricing that will compete with similar size apartments
  • Strong mix of owner-occupied homes in the community

At The Real Asset Investor we know it is imperative that the turnkey operator in any real estate investment meets certain requirements. Our due diligence in securing the best vendors in that space brings peace of mind to our investors and solid cash flow to their portfolios.

You're Invited!

The team at The Real Asset Investor is pleased to share this knowledge with you and invite you to connect to one of the professionals at Greater Orlando Home Buyers, LLC. (GOHB)

To get connected with the correct person on the GOHB team send an email to

These folks are dedicated to investors who seek solid cash returns in rental real estate and offer you the opportunity to own a real asset in a vibrant market, with potential appreciation, tax benefits, inflationary protection and cash flow that is remarkable. GOHB is one of our trusted resources and we are pleased to share this opportunity to seize a piece of Orlando for the health of your portfolio.

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