tl;dr - it's like 2017, only newer.
Anyone think they're wrong?
Their criteria seems to be based largely on their rent and value estimates: junk in, junk out. But I suppose you don't really need an algorithm to tell you San Fran and Nashville etc are hot markets right now.
Interesting that no markets in the Midwest or Northeast are listed.
Based on my observations just on forum discussions, that's not too surprising. What's your take on the strongest Midwest markets?