5 USA property hotspots that aren’t Florida

Florida. Florida. Florida. That's all you hear about when it comes to US property. But with 50 states to choose between, the United States of America has more real estate markets to choose from than just the East Coast. From Manhattan's booming apartments to Detroit's demand for rental accommodation, there are many places to find good property bang for your buck.

To help redress the balance, here are five US property hotspots that aren't Florida:



Located in the south east, Georgia is one of the biggest states in the USA. The Golden Isles are particularly popular among overseas visitors thanks to the barrier islands' range of golf courses and attractive beaches.

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New York City

The most populated city in America, New York is one of the most famous in the world. Tourists flock to Manhattan all year round to see its iconic landmarks such as the Statue of Liberty and Empire State Building, while the town's luxury condos and glamorous apartments are some of the most desirable property investments in the world.

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Located in the west, the desert state of Nevada is most famous as the home of Las Vegas. A gambling hub, the glitzy resort is a traditional destination for tourists, while the city's concentrated employment industry makes the real estate in Clark County a popular target for buy-to-let investors.

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The home of Chicago, Illinois is one of the most populous states in the USA, with demand for accommodation making it a prime hotspot for real estate investors.

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Located in the west of the United States, Colorado is one of the more sought-after states among overseas investors, with demand for rental accommodation and the popularity of ski resort property ensuring strong returns.

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