I think Alan has the question right here. Let me answer it for you. If you want to get into the short term rental business and rent the property out to other tourists when you are not using it then the answer is a resounding NO. The "best" places in close proxmimity to the parks will rarely have single family houses this cheap and if they do have the odd one it will be junk. If this is a lock and leave house that you only want for your own use (and your friends), then yes you can still find them. I was in a great bank owned house in Kissimmee yesterday that was priced at $122,000. (Of course it already had 12 offers.)
Thank you John for the nice words.
Also, I saw condos mentioned which are another great alternative. Just keep in mind most have higher HOA and CDD fees which will add to your bottom line cost.
I work this market everyday and know the ins and outs of it. I would be happy to assist you with your home search!
Looking forward to hearing from you and best wishes in your search!
E. nlindgren@ watsonrealtycorp.com
Will you want the home rented out toothers while you are not using it ?
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Thanks for turning to Trulia for your real estate questions.
You'll get alot of great answers from alot of great agents.
Alot of us here have been successful finding vacation homes for buyers.
There are many areas around the attractions that would fit your criteria...and then some not so good.
What you need is to find an agent who can work with you and do the "footwork" for you.
I have helped alot of people from New York, Michigan, Canada and even California locate homes "long distance".
I go the extra mile to view the homes they choose and take pics/videos to save time before they make the trip to see a bunch of duds that weren't researched.
Let me know if you need my help, just feel free to email me.
Charles Rutenberg Realty
While I live near the area, near Disney requires an agent that works the area every day, and Mark does that.
Hope to hear from you soon.