How To Invest in Florida

Southwest Florida has an extremely profitable and ever-expanding tourism industry. Because of this, the area is densely populated and has a fertile job market.

These fundamental economic factors, combined with the lowest housing prices the state has seen in the last 20 years, create an excellent climate for real estate investing.

However, there are many challenges associated with investing in foreign property. Navigating through the legal factors, property management companies and HOA’s, taxes, short sale and foreclosure processes, and finding a property that will indeed turn into a profitable long term investment is overwhelming. Doing all of this without incurring tremendous out-of-pocket expense is nearly impossible.

That is where MSR Americas can help.

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From Our Blog

The Orlando Economy Is Improving; What this Means to Investors

The Orlando Economy Is Improving; What this Means to Investors

Posted on: March 5th, 2014

In 2008 when the U.S. financial crisis hit, businesses in downtown Orlando were left struggling. The city of Orlando Florida started the Orlando Main Street Program to help local downtown businesses succeed and grow. The program identified 5 neighbourhood commercial districts to invest in; the city provides revitalization resources and financial support for the districts. […]

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Investment Feature: Hotel Joint Venture

Investment Feature: Hotel Joint Venture

Posted on: February 14th, 2014

The team at MSR Americas focuses on connecting Canadian investors to profitable investment properties in Florida, but when new investment opportunities arise we don’t limit our options. We’ve recently introduced a hotel investment opportunity in Fitzgerald, Georgia. We acquired this hotel when it was under distress; it was formerly a Vista Inn and was in […]

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