Columbus/Cinci, Ohio: Buy and hold or flip?

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I'm currently living in LA, looking for our next project out of state. I'm wondering if any Realtors out there have an opinion about the Columbus or Cincinnati markets, and possibly what neighborhoods would make for great investment. I'm open to flipping single families or buying and holding multi-family. 

If you're a local realtor, please feel free to message me directly. I'm looking to line up  a project early next year. 

Best,

Parker

Originally posted by @Parker Steele :

I'm currently living in LA, looking for our next project out of state. I'm wondering if any Realtors out there have an opinion about the Columbus or Cincinnati markets, and possibly what neighborhoods would make for great investment. I'm open to flipping single families or buying and holding multi-family. 

If you're a local realtor, please feel free to message me directly. I'm looking to line up  a project early next year. 

Best,

Parker

 Parker, Columbus is a great city.  With OSU graduating 6000 plus students a year, as the state capitol and with tax incentives that attract business, there is no shortage of need for multifamily housing.  There are some great up and coming areas and other areas that are more stable but with less of a return.  A I've mentioned before in these forums, it comes down to risk tolerance and there is no right or wrong answer as each investor is different.  

Robert Ellis, Real Estate Agent in OH (#2014002724)
(614) 943-9520

Checkout the post by @JonathanWigan just before your post. He has a small MF property in Columbus for sale.

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