Ucf Homes For Sale

Category : Investing

In February of 2010, activity and interest were beginning to start for UCF parents who wanted to invest in a property for their student.
Instead of throwing rent down the drain on a local apartment, the sharp price decline in the UCF area has allowed parents to not only get a great deal on a home, but save money monthly. When purchasing a 3 or 4 bedrooms home, 2 or 3 of the rooms can be rented to friends in the range of $500 dollars per month.
This allows the parents to pay less per month for their child's housing, give them the opportunity for a big payoff when they sell the property and offers their child a much safer / study friendly environment as opposed to off campus apartments.

These types of properties can be purchased somewhere north or south of $150,000, with many townhomes in the low 100,000 range.
Be warned inventory in these areas gets very low in the summer time as parents from all over the United States, especially South Florida come into town to stake their claim on the perfect home.
If you would like a Free Foreclosure List of homes in this area please visit http://www.ucfhomesforsale.com/.
UCF is the 3rd largest college in the Country; this has dramatically helped grow the East Orlando community. During 2001-2006, the UCF housing market experienced tremendous appreciation, some homes doubled in price within a year or two. Just as fast as home values went up they came back down. This has caused many homeowners to go into foreclosure and be forced to sell their homes at discounted prices.

Many parents and students understand the opportunities that this has created for them to purchase homes while attending the university. There are wide selections of neighborhoods that are conveniently located to UCF that are in the first time home buyer's price range.
UCF is the 3rd largest college in the Country; this has dramatically helped grow the East Orlando community. During 2001-2006, the UCF housing market experienced tremendous appreciation, some homes doubled in price within a year or two. Just as fast as home values went up they came back down. This has caused many homeowners to go into foreclosure and be forced to sell their homes at discounted prices.
Many parents and students understand the opportunities that this has created for them to purchase homes while attending the university. There are wide selections of neighborhoods that are conveniently located to UCF that are in the first time home buyer's price range.

Joshua Dubin is a expert in the field of Central Florida residential real estate investment and home purchasing. Joshua began his career in real estate in 2003 while in college; furthermore, between 2003-2006 he personally purchased 6 homes and managed over 30 investment properties for family and clients. After the early 2000's real estate boom Joshua sold all the properties in his portfolio and spent time reading over 600 books and audio seminars about investing in real estate. Currently he and his business partner Scott Jackson operate the Dubin Jackson real estate team. http://www.oviedoflhomes.com/

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Joshua Dubin is a expert in the field of Central Florida residential real estate investment and home purchasing. Joshua began his career in real estate in 2003 while in college. Currently he and his business partner Scott Jackson operate the Dubin Jackson real estate team. pl site : http://www.oviedoflhomes.com

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