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Florida's population has boomed over the past 10 years. The majority of transplants have moved to Southern Florida. This is especially the case on the East Coast, where you will find fine dining restaurants, beautiful beaches, amenity-filled parks and high-end shopping. These days, not many people can afford to move to this area due to high costs and a down economy. However, the wisest vacationers and snowbirds have taken advantage of Florida mobile home rentals. This is a great way to save a lot of money while still being able to enjoy the paradise that surrounds you. For example, one week could consist of trips to Spanish River Park, the Everglades, Miami, the Florida Keys, Ft. Lauderdale, Daytona Beach and Orlando. One thing is certain, when you're in Southern Florida, you're never going to run out of things to do. Orlando and Daytona Beach aren't in Southern Florida, but they're only a couple of hours away. If you would prefer to rent a mobile home in Central or Northern Florida, you will have easy access to Orlando, Daytona Beach, Clearwater Beach and Jacksonville.

Renting a mobile home in Florida is by far the best value if you're planning to stay for more than one week. Regardless of what part of the state you're looking in, there are a few features that you should be on the lookout for. The first thing you need to figure out is how much space you need. It's easy to find mobile homes that are 1,000 square feet, which is the same size as some small homes and more than enough space for two people. Once you find a mobile home with this much space, ask for pictures or a video of the interior. You should find a master bedroom, a living room, kitchen, Florida Room and possibly even a storage shed. The storage shed is a really nice feature if you're any type of hobbyist. It's also possible that your rented mobile home will come with a patio.

If you're an investor and you would like to rent out a mobile home in Florida, you can find a 1,000-square-foot home for as little as $5,000. If you take a wise approach to renting out the home, you can make back your money in less than one year. There aren't many other investments that are capable of such a fast return. The average business takes three years to see a profit, yet you can buy a mobile rental home in the busiest tourist area in the country and make a profit in a third of the time. If you choose this route, be sure to see the property in person prior to making a purchase. You want to make sure that the home is in tip-top condition. There's no reason to flip a rented mobile home because there are already so many quality options for affordable prices out there.

Whether you're a vacationer or an investor, a mobile home is a great place to be. All you have to do is take the first step.

 
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