Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) July 10, 2014
The Florida real estate market is one of the stronger areas of the U.S. for rental income generation and the JWB group is now focusing its profit growth in Jacksonville this year. The JWB Real Estate Capital now offers turnkey real estate in Florida to nationwide investing clients.
The push towards building new homes is one strategy used to strengthen the market share for JWB over the past several years. Because it takes longer to sell one home to the right buyer, the investment market has been selected as a key revenue building concept to increase client income through turnkey property sales.
"Advantages to our program for the average person includes hands-off investing formulas that help any person to profit from buying homes used to rent to real people under extended contracts," said a JWB Real Estate Capital website rep.
By providing access to properties for sale, the JWB company has been able to reach more nationwide investors using the Internet this year. The recent press received from the Wall Street Journal, Hispanic Business News and Newsweek has promoted the investment property approach to an expanded client base.
"The beauty of our approach is that investors can live in any part of the country and still own, make management decisions and earn income from properties in Jacksonville, FL," said the rep.
The JWB Real Estate Capital company has improved the user navigation of its website to include more features useful to visitors. Access to streaming videos, investment guides and other types of content is now easier to review online.
The JWBRealEstateCapital.com company has based its investment platform around the acquisition and construction of turnkey houses. This company was one of the first to pioneer the concept of selling properties with contracted tenants included. The JWBRealEstateCapital.com company uses its connections in the housing market to grow annually and reach new groups of investors who are seeking better ways to increase personal wealth with real estate.