Florida calls homebuyers from across the continent

“The COVID-19 pandemic has pushed real estate business to unprecedented levels in certain locations in Florida. US and international buyers, especially Latin Americans, are equally vying for a piece of the so-called “Sunshine State.”

From Mexico to Argentina, Latin Americans interested in investing in real estate are now discovering tertiary markets in Florida, where properties are relatively more affordable and with better profit prospects compared to cities like Miami and Fort Lauderdale.

“Orlando is one of the cities that gained a lot of ground among international buyers looking to grow and protect their heritage, since the economies in our countries are so unstable,” said Consuelo Vilar, director of sales in Mexico for The Grove Resort & Water Park. , a housing complex near Walt Disney World in Orlando.

“Since the theme parks reopened after a national quarantine last year, Orlando has seen an unparalleled demand for houses and condominiums that can be rented on a short-term basis and generate a profit in dollars,” he said in a statement to the communication agency. Top of Mind.

Real estate experts estimate that the inventory of homes for sale in Orlando can be liquidated in a short period of time.”

Source: Real State America