Alaska — Anchorage, AK — Alaska is the largest city in the country, home to some of the most expensive real estate in the world.
The city is located at the mouth of the Bering Strait and has a large population of Alaskan Eskimos who travel to the nearby villages of Chukchi and Kainai for their traditional food.
The land price index for Anchorage has jumped by nearly 40 percent in the past year and there is plenty of potential to earn a good living as a land speculator.
The area’s land is the third largest in the United States, behind New York and California.
Alaska is also home to the world’s only two permanent nuclear power plants, the NuScale reactors at Atacama Desert in Chile and the Kori and Nenets nuclear power stations in Japan.
Anchorage’s proximity to the North Pole makes it one of the few places in the region to have both a polar ice cap and an abundant snowpack.
6. Florida — Orlando, FL — The world’s largest city is a sprawling metropolis with a population of almost 5.5 million, making it the second-most populous city in America.
Located in a densely populated metropolitan area, Orlando is home to Disney World and the University of Central Florida, as well as the world famous Disney Theatre.
While most of Orlando’s real estate is owned by the city’s largest corporations, there are many local and offshore investors who are willing to put money into the market.
Florida’s land market is also the third-most expensive in the nation, behind San Francisco and Los Angeles.
7. Vermont — Burlington, VT — This coastal town of about 1,600 is a gateway for travelers to the East Coast.
With a population in excess of 1 million, Burlington has become a popular destination for tourists and vacationers alike.
The town has an average of $20 million in sales per year, making this one of Vermont’s top real estate markets.
It’s not uncommon for vacationers to spend as much as $100,000 on a vacation in Burlington, and many vacationers will make trips to Vermont as soon as they get there.
In fact, Vermont has one of just two cities with a minimum wage of $10 per hour.
Hawaii — Honolulu, HI — Honolulu is the sixth-largest city in Hawaii, with a capital city of Honolulu, and is home for the state’s biggest university.
With an average house price of $1.2 million, Hawaii is a popular vacation destination for retirees, and there are plenty of opportunities for investors to make a profit in the island nation.
Honolulu is also a popular tourist destination, with visitors coming from as far as Hawaii, Mexico, Canada, the United Kingdom, and France.
New Zealand — Auckland, NZ — The capital of New Zealand is a beautiful city in a stunning location, with spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean.
Auckland’s main attractions are the Pacific New Zealand Museum and the Auckland Museum of Contemporary Art.
It has an impressive amount of heritage buildings, such as the Auckland City Hall, that date back to the mid-1800s.
The property market is one of New York’s most active in the U.S., with sales increasing more than 500 percent in 2016.
The real estate market has been volatile since the start of the Great Recession, but it has picked up in recent years.
The value of Auckland’s property market has risen by more than 300 percent, and some buyers are willing take advantage of the boom to make quick gains.
Canada — Toronto, ON — With a booming population, Toronto is home not only to the International Monetary Fund, but also to many of the world, including the Bank of Canada, Canada’s largest bank.
Toronto is also known for its vibrant arts scene, and the city has some of Canada’s most prominent film and television productions.
While the Toronto market is not as strong as other major Canadian cities, the value of Toronto real estate has skyrocketed since the fall of 2016.