Orlando, FL (PressExposure) August 03, 2007 -- Orlando, Florida 17 July 2007 ( Pressexposure ) - - More and more first time buyers are being attracted to property in Florida, thanks to the increasing range and variety of incentive opportunities, a recent survey has revealed.
The study has revealed that the increasing pressure on property developers to sell property within a 'buyer's market' has led to varied Florida real estate cash back rebate offers and incentives, news which has proved popular with those looking to get on the property ladder for the first time, and those looking to buy vacation property.
Doug Lasley of Buyers Rebate ( [http://www.buyersrebate.net/] ) welcomes these attempts to bring demand in line with supply for Florida real estate through Florida real estate cash back rebate schemes. "The various efforts of property developers in Florida have led to a more welcoming market for those first time buyers. Where traditionally young families would have found getting on the property ladder an arduous task, the growth of these incentive measures is leading to a market that is easier to access, and is well on the way to becoming more balanced for all parties involved."
Buyers Rebate ( [http://www.buyersrebate.net/] ), along with other industry analysts, forecast that this program of buyer incentives will create a more equal real estate market within Florida state.
About Buyers Rebate:
Buyers Rebate ( [http://www.buyersrebate.net/] ) provide cash incentives to home-buyers at 2%, bolstering the housing market in an attempt to realign the demand shortage. BuyersRebate.net also provide advice and information on buying property in Florida.