A great environment for rental investment
- A square per meter price below 1200$
- it is the state whose population is the fastest growing: 5 million inhabitants in 1960, 21 million in 2017 and 25 million expected in 2025!
- 90% of the population lives within 30 km of the coasts.
- our action zone is between the atlantic ocean and the everglades.
In 2007, the US real estate market experienced one of the most serious financial market crashes in its history: the subprime crisis, responsible of an unprecedented fall in real estate prices. Florida was one of the most affected states. In some cities, prices have dropped by more than 50%. Since 2008, the volume of foreclosures has forced US banks to resell countless properties on their balance sheets, at discounted prices. Despite a recovery in growth since 2012, investing in Florida is still worth to benefit discounted prices, but with a much-continued rise that continues: between 2016 and 2017, average house prices in Florida increased by 9,21%.
But U.S for US is particularly interested in the rental market with an immediate return on investment, the collection of income from your real estate investment taking advantage of the famous French-American tax convention.
A business friendly environment
Miami is a hub for international trading and immigration, thanks to many ports, linking, among others, the South and the Caribbean. In this particularly business-friendly setting, Miami County is not subject to Income Tax, which has the effect of attracting many residents and multinational corporations. Florida remains, by its climate and its geographical location, a State where the migratory flow is constant. Canadians have made it their favorite vacation spot and the European community is well represented.
Nombreux sont les Français à s’y être installés. Sans compter les Vénézuéliens et les Brésiliens qui n’hésitent pas à y sécuriser leurs économies.
Les plus opportunistes ont vu leur patrimoine grandir suite à des achats immobiliers dans les villes cotées, telles que : Miami, Orlando, Boca Raton, Fort Lauderdale, Palm Beach, etc.