How much are you looking to spend for a place? You could look into a duplex or tri plex so a place is always there for you and you can rent out the other 1-2 for about the same price as a home...
I would need more information to help you out. Let me know how else I can help you in your venture for a property.. I have owned rentals for about 30 years now and can help you in the process. Most homes do not have HOA's to be concerned with unless you are looking for a condo.. Talk to you soon
Ingrid Ski Realtor
Most areas of Anaheim will allow this, as long as their is not an HOA. HOA's are usually the ones that enforce the CC&Rs.
The vacation rental market is strong right now, especially in the Disneyland area. Since Southern California in general is such a destination, my suggestion would be to expand your search into other areas, as most people tend to visit multiple attractions on one vacation.
The key to a successful vacation rental is proper marketing, and maintaining a nice, full-amenity home. Travelers want fully-equipped kitchen and baths (towels, linens, pots, pans, dishes, etc), and a home-like atmosphere.
I would be glad to assist you in your search for the perfect home. Please contact me today to get started!
Nicole Fedorchek, Realtor
I currently help manage 70+ properties through out Orange County. If you need help with finding/managing property I would be happy to talk to you more.
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2013 Actual Net Income = $47K Cap Rate = 9.9%
2014 Projected Net Income = $48K Cap Rate = 10.2%
74% Occupancy Rate at $230 / Night
If you would like help finding a potential income opportunity in Anaheim, let me know.
Joe Van Fossen
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