I'm new to Jacksonville, and realize that there are quite a few condos for sale in Jacksonville Beach. Is Jax Beach a legitimate tourist spot? Is a year round AirBnb realistic for this area?
@Patrick Adam Yes and it can slow down a bit in the winter. That's opposite of S Florida btw.
@Dana Whicker Thanks for the insight!
@Patrick Adam I've heard there's some of th4 villas at the omni in Fernandina that are in foreclosure. I'm sure the association fees are out the wazoo but I feel like that would be prime for vacation rental.
@Lawrence Gillett Thanks! The Villas really fit the bill. I really need to learn more about the foreclosure process. Once again, thanks.
@Patrick Adam also make sure they'll actually allow short term rentals in there, pretty high class so I'm sure they'll have some crazy bylaws.
@Lawrence Gillett that's a really good point, I'll have to look into it. Bylaws definitely weren't on my radar.
Jacksonville is blowing up right now. I’ve seen a lot of good sales out there!
+1 on following the local short term rental situation
On June 27th, 5:30pm, city hall, there is a Jax beach short term rental meeting for public input FYI
@Vladut Bujoreanu what was the result of that meeting?
@Phil Falcini It is happening this Thursday! Not sure if I'll be able to go to this one but if I make it I'll post what I saw!
Jacksonville as a whole is a very anti short term rental city. Currently Jax Beach does allow short term rentals, but this is constantly being looked at by the local government. Also, keep in mind that most condo HOAs in Jax Beach do not allow leases under 6 months. Not trying to deter you, but would be careful basing a strategy on short term rentals in Jax and Jax Beaches
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