Real estate in Tampa | Invest today in Florida
This hot-property in Tampa is a townhouse of 67.81 m2 (730 ft2) with 1 bedroom and 1 bathroom, and it is already furnished with ceiling fan, air conditioning, smoke detectors, a washing machine, dryer, fridge, oven, kitchen stove, dishwasher.
This property in Tampa generates an annual net yield of about 7.428,00 dollars, namely with a yield rate of 6.87% on the investment value of 108.000 dollars, and on top of that the first year of Property Management is for free.
Tampa is one of the major cities in Florida, located on its western coast facing the Gulf of Mexico, and it represents a key spot. It hosts several Fortune 1000 companies, the first thousand American companies in terms of revenue, it is the state’s second area in terms of population, the 1st port of Florida by tonnage and the 2nd by cruise ships travel, the 7th largest of the whole US, and home to MacDill Air Force base, a military installation with 15.000 units, between servicemen and civilians.
All these elements make Tampa’s real estate market an interesting one, and this property is particularly well suited as a medium-short term investment, particularly thanks to the international attractiveness of the location and the competitive price, compared to the local market average value, we are offering it.
We offer to our investors the chance to buy properties with a high and safe yield. These are homes already rented in markets, such as Florida’s, which are registering a constant growth. We offer a complete assistance on the investment: from accountability, fiscal and legal services needed for opening and renovating a company, from the domiciliation to the Registered Agent, from opening bank accounts to sending documents, from Property Management to planimetric survey, virtual tour and aerial footage, from supervising the renovation works to site inspection, from paying condominium fees to paying Property Tax, from looking for a tenant to collecting rents, from advisory services to due diligence and compliance, without forgetting the Net Asset Value property analysis.