WHY SPRING IS THE BEST TIME OF YEAR TO BUY A HOUSE FOR INVESTMENT

JOHN GOREHAM | March 18, 2019

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There are many advantages to buying an investment property in early spring. From a strictly financial standpoint, winter has some proven numerical advantages. Winter is generally a buyer’s market. However, from a practical standpoint, evaluating and purchasing a home in the winter can be very difficult, particularly in markets like New England, New York, Chicago, and other cold climate regions in the U.S. Here’s why you should start your property search now.

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Student Housing Management, Development, Construction, & Realty Company. Located in Tallahassee and locally owned and operated by FSU Graduates. Started in Tallahassee in July of 2003, we have managed as many as 8,500 beds at any given time and currently manage about 3,500. We manage both third party and also our own units.

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