Multi-family investing in 78226?

3 Replies | San Antonio, Texas

I'm more familiar with North SATX so I'd be curious on perspectives from those more acquainted with this area:

  1. - rental growth potential
  2. - employers
  3. - infrastructure investments
  4. - crime/safety

If there are good resources that capture these, I'd be thankful for links rather than asking you to transcribe this; in lieu of these resources, I greatly value experienced insights. 

@Jeff H.

The 78226 zip code is going to be on average a D class area, meaning risk will be higher. 

Rents have increased marginally over the past four years, so I wouldn't count on much in terms or appreciation and rent growth. 

The maps below will show you graphically the area classes as well as the change in median rent from 2014 to 2018.

Hope this helps