The Cheapest Car Rental Destinations In The United States

This was something that held true all summer and will likely continue to be true in the coming months. On average, car rentals are only about $17 a day in Orlando. This is great since the city is a huge tourist destination for travellers from all over the world. If people are looking to save money on car rentals, they might want to think about travelling to one of these destinations: Miami ($20), Philadelphia ($19), Tampa ($18), Fort Lauderdale ($18) and Orlando ($17). These destinations offer the cheapest car rental prices in the United States, based on a daily rate. This is a great way for people to save a little extra money on their car.
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Report: Nashville’s rental home market a ‘hidden gem’ for investors

The gross yield of a rental home in Nashville is 10.2 percent, according to RealtyTrac, placing it at No. 8 on the list. The list highlights markets where competition is low from institutional investors. “Buying single-family homes as rentals still yields solid returns in many markets across the nation, but it is difficult for individual investors and even small-to medium-sized institutional investors to find reasonably priced inventory in markets dominated by the 800-pound gorillas in the single-family rental space,” said Daren Blomquist , vice president at RealtyTrac, in a news release. “With this analysis we’ve identified the top overlooked markets where single-family rentals still make good financial sense but where there is little to no competition from the big players.” Bob Parks, CEO of Bob Parks Realty , said rental properties are producing strong returns in Nashville. great site
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