Hello all! I’m currently looking to buy a commercial multifamily in Bridgeport CT. I’m a New Yorker so this market is completely new to me and appears way safer than the Newark NJ market. I’m looking to identify all the C class areas in Bridgeport and avoid the D class warzones. I’m mostly going to rely on my agent, but I wanted some additional impute from you guys. If you’re investing in the revitalization zones in lower Bridgeport: East End, Eastside, South bend, Black Rock I would love to chat. Any impute would help. Thanks in advance, I look forward to connecting.
Hi @Sept Jones ,
Before I purchase a property, I always do my due diligence. One of the first steps I take is to search address in Trulia, look at the crime map, and ensure the property is not in a high crime area(Dark blue).
There are tons of deals on the MLS in Connecticut where we invest.I believe the key is to act quickly, know your numbers and your buying criteria .
If you know you want single families with 3 bed 2 bath, set up an alert for that and get your paperwork ready to offer once you find one that matches.
I hope this helps. Let me know if you have any questions.