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JWB Real Estate Capital helps busy professionals from across the world invest in real estate in Jacksonville, FL. With our guidance, clients acquire turnkey rental properties with long-term tenants in place, providing immediate cash flow and the potential for property appreciation. Our expert team offers full service property management for a stress-free investing experience.
Total positive cash flow $
DELIVERED BY JWB SINCE 2011
CURRENTLY MANAGED By JWB
across 43 states & 13 Countries
Invest in Jacksonville, Invest in your future
In other states, you can earn positive cash flow as a real estate investor, but you won’t maximize your return on investment because they lack the recipe for success.
That’s what makes JWB and Jacksonville different. Jacksonville, Florida is home to the perfect combination of low how prices, high rental rates and high property appreciation. That’s why investing here is so appealing.
34% more appreciation in Jacksonville since 1991
Population growth is an indicator of rent price and home price appreciation in the long-run. According to recently released U.S. Census Reports , in 2018, Jacksonville’s metro population grew 2 percent over the previous year, which made it the 6th fastest growing large metro (at least 1 million residents) in the country. During this same time, the U.S. population growth rate was 1 percent. Adding nearly 30,700 people, Jacksonville welcomed approximately 84 new residents per day from 2017 to 2018, which ranked #1 in the state of Florida.
This type of robust population growth in Jacksonville has been happening for decades. As a result, Jacksonville’s home prices have appreciated 34% more on average than other comparable cash flow markets since 1991 (Dallas, Kansas City, Memphis, Birmingham and Cleveland.)
*Jacksonville Q4 Median source: Northeast FL Multiple Listing Service
**US Q$ median source: ATTOM Data Solutions
******both data points from US Census from 2014-2018
Lower Home Prices Than US Median
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