@Anthony Holloway Hey Anthony just adding my two cents here as far as Atlanta goes I recommend College Park, East Point, Hapeville, South Fulton(newly incorporated city may not show up on most searches) and parts of Riverdale
I completely agree with @John Street - Birmingham is a great area with opportunity. Likewise, with Tuscaloosa and Huntsville. These areas have great economical factors that make them prime areas for rental investments.
@Anthony Holloway Cleveland STILL after 10 years or so the best overall , and I know them all. 10 14% net caps are to be had,
@Carlos Ptriawan how is the remote investing going for you? Trying Toto talk myself into it.
remote investing is good, better than local. I only choose a clean property though, not easy to find. A good market is easy to find. A good investment is not.
CT can be good
Fantastic @Anthony Holloway . Best of luck on your journey.
Hi @Firen Forrest . I think DFW is a fine market to invest in as well, but it has been for a while now and it is just getting hotter. With the recent increase in people who are moving to Texas, the other markets are experiencing an unusual increase.
What moved you to San Fran?