Orlando, Fla. (PRWEB) August 21, 2006
Whether their reason is the for a money-making opportunity, owning a Florida home for retirement or simply enjoying quality time with the family, prospective Orlando vacation home owners all have one thing in common - they have plenty to consider before buying a house in the most popular destination in the United States.
Real estate broker John Thomas, founder of Vacation Capital Real Estate, Winter Park, Fla., knows the headaches investing in a vacation home can bring, which motivated him to write "Your 'How To' Guide for Buying an Income Producing Vacation Home in Orlando, Florida," a book that clearly outlines how to avoid costly mistakes and optimize on real estate investments.
The book, which is free and available upon request to any Vacation Capital Real Estate realtor, gives readers an in-depth look at the Orlando tourism industry and the increased demand by consumers for vacation and holiday homes near popular amusement parks and other attractions.
After providing potential buyers with an overview of the Orlando area, the book outlines the pros and cons of owning a vacation home, and lists a series of important questions for readers to ask themselves before purchasing a vacation home. When taking these questions into careful consideration, prospective vacation home owners may get a better idea of whether or not a vacation home is right for them.
If vacation home ownership seems to be a sound individual investment, prospective buyers may want to read further into the guide and learn about the fundamentals of owning a vacation home such as purchasing insurance, understanding taxes, finding a broker and getting the maximum return on investment.
Thomas’ goal for the “How To” guide is to prepare potential vacation home buyers with insight. If vacation home ownership is not right for the individual, the guide helps them understand why. If the reader discovers that buying a vacation home may be a good investment, the guide can give them the nudge they need toward a future of profitability and reward.
For a free copy of the “How To” Guide for Buying an Income Producing Vacation Home in Orlando, Florida, call Carole Caborn, realtor associate, Vacation Capital Real Estate, Inc., at 407-797-4471 or toll free, 1-800-214-1492 or visit http://www.vacationhomessite.com
Editor’s Note: 300 dpi jpeg photo of “How To” guide cover available upon request.