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Zillow: Miami area investment property produces big rental returns

 
 
The Miami-Fort Lauderdale area ranked No. 2 among the top 50 metro areas in short-term rent return and No. 19 in equity gain from rental homes, a study by Zillow shows.
The Miami-Fort Lauderdale area ranked No. 2 among the top 50 metro areas in short-term rent return and No. 19 in equity gain from rental homes, a study by Zillow shows.
PAUL SAKUMA / AP

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The Miami-Fort Lauderdale area ranked No. 2 among the 50 U.S. metro areas where individual “mom and pop” investors make the most money on rental property on a month-to-month basis, according to a report by Zillow.com.

The short-term gain measured the anticipated rental income compared to the estimated monthly mortgage payment. The profit for Miami was $515 a month, or $6,184 a year, Zillow said. Oklahoma City ranked first and Tulsa, Ok., came in third.

In profitability from rising equity, the Miami-Fort Lauderdale metro area ranked No. 19 among the top 50 metro markets studied, with equity growing by $1,489 per month.

San Jose, Calif.; San Francisco; and Los Angeles ranked first, second and third, respectively, in profits from rising equity.

For combined returns of short-term rental income and long-term equity gains, Miami-Fort-Lauderdale ranked No. 14, Zillow said. The report is at http://www.zillow.com/research/.

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