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According to a 2017 National Association of REALTORS® survey, 19% of all real estate transactions in the United States were investment properties. These investors were seeking increased income through rentals and increased equity in the long haul. Great investments are all around; you just have to know what to look for. So what should you consider when looking for an investment property?

1) Know Your Market

A "good deal" doesn't mean much if a house won't rent well. On the Emerald Coast, most investors focus on short-term or vacation rental properties. These typically earn more money, especially in the summer months.  So ask yourself: If I was going on vacation, what would I want in the place I stayed? Your answers would most likely include a pool, walking distance to the beach, good amenities, close to restaurants and shopping, and the ability to sleep the whole family. 

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