Landlord Friendly States with Greatest ROI

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Looking to invest in turnkey multi family rentals. Which states/cities offer the greatest ROI and that are landlord friendly?

I'm looking to do the same. I'm looking to move back to the USA from South Korea and have $300,000 to leverage with financing.  Still getting my ducks in order and am risk averse from a out-of-state flip gone bad in 2007.  It was an expensive education, but it won't happen again.  Keep me posted. 

Indianapolis

@David Stefanovic Indiana has been rated the 2nd most landlord friendly state in the nation. I'm always studying different markets and have put together a matrix comparing the ROI's and the economic/demographic of some of the top markets. I agree with Bill that Indianapolis is one of the best cash flow markets in the country.

@David Stefanovic there are many good states. I like OH a lot, good cash flow and it is supper landlord friendly. 

@Eric Gabriel you looking for multi's? 

Originally posted by @Eric Gabriel :

I'm looking to do the same. I'm looking to move back to the USA from South Korea and have $300,000 to leverage with financing.  Still getting my ducks in order and am risk averse from a out-of-state flip gone bad in 2007.  It was an expensive education, but it won't happen again.  Keep me posted. 

Hi Eric,

How's it going?

If you're looking for people to network and discuss real estate investing with in Korea, we have a meetup that started with people who were active on BiggerPockets.

There's a link in my signature for more info.

I invested from out of country last year in Jacksonville. Found great partner through BiggerPockets and we've had a few unexpected hiccups but overall, it's gone great. And according to comps, our house has appreciated over 30% in 6 months (though we bought for cashflow ^^).

Anyways, I've met other Jacksonville investors, as well as Kansas City, California, Indianapolis, etc, and we meet once a month to talk about strategies, compare notes on lenders and service providers, talk about markets, etc.

If you're interested in knowing more about us, let me know. (We have 275 members now).

Thanks!

Thanks to all who responded! Appreciate it! I will definitely look into Indy, KC, and OH. 

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