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In an article published on WJHGTV,com, Panama City Beach, Florida has been named "the best place in the U.S for people to invest in panama city real estate investingvacation rentals."

The study and report, conducted by rented.com had Panama City Beach, Fl topping 120 other destinations!

As a local real estate agent, I'm not surprised at this studies report.

We're one of the few places remaining in the United States where an investor can purchase a waterfrront condo for under $100,00-00!

In addition, to the year-round attraction of Panama City Beach, FL, the study also considerated state and local tax laws. Many are not aware that Florida has not state income tax!

Panama City Beach boasts the attraction of the beach on the Gulf of Mexico with 58 beach access points within

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panama city real estate investingWhile we wait for another Presidential election to subside we thought we’d take a few minutes to offer some investor insights to both our new and existing clients.

Many of our customers are real estate investors. We proudly work with both professional and experienced investors as well as new just getting into real estate investors.

Here are a few tips we hope assist you with your investment strategy:

  1. Plan your strategy – Know how much you can afford to invest before you begin looking. Remember that if you are investing in residential rentals, you must be able to afford to carry the mortgage during times the unit is not rental.
  2. Below market rent – You want to find property that is being rented below current market rents. This is most important
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Being a city girl, I judge how well an area is doing economically by the businesses that are prevalent (existing) as well as businesses moving in.  Of course, construction is always a key sign, but it has to be "growth" oriented not just - "we're building another strip mall here or we're building more houses there".

So, when I see a sign go up for a national chain business - I get excited.  It signals growth both economically and demographically.

Most are unaware that many of the national chains require an area to reach or obtain a certain population count before they will open a franchise in that area.

In our area, we've been short (at least in my opinion) on decent breakfast locations - yes we have the waffle house and a few local eateries -

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