Investment property in Orlando

Asked by Johny, Orlando, FL Sun Dec 22, 2013

I am looking for investment single family home/apartment in Orlando area (Price range of $110,000 - 150,000) which has potential rental return of $800-$1000 per month. Prompt response will be highly appreciated.


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Abraham Bidh…, Agent, Orlando, FL
Mon Dec 23, 2013
Hi John:

Aside being a Realtor I am also an investor myself. So I have a great in-depth knowledge of all the aspects of an investment property (Feel free to check out my background by clicking on my pictures)

I have a great property with a tenant in place already. Below is the link:…

Also in Orlando there are definitely options. Try to stay with newer homes like year 2000+ to avoid possible huge maintenance costs. Single Family homes generally appreciate better than townhomes and condos so that is something you might want to keep in mind while choosing your home. Below is the link to some options:…

Feel free to call or email so we can hopefully find a great home for you.

Abraham Bidhendi
Top Producer Realtor® with over 26 years of experience
Awarded as Exit's TOP Buyer side Transactions for the State of Florida
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Bernard Scar…, Agent, Kissimmee, FL
Wed Jun 3, 2015
If you are still looking for an income property in central Florida, please let me know. Give me a call.
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Mark LeMenag…, Agent, Lake Nona Orlando, FL
Sun Dec 22, 2013
Hi Johny,

Not at all hard to find properties that fit this criteria. Here are 28:…

Did you know that you can check out my references and the references of the other agents that answer right here on Trulia? Just click on our pictures to go to our profiles and read what our clients say about us. Pick the person you’d be most comfortable to work with. Of course I hope it’s me, but if not then best of luck to you.

Good luck, Mark
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