It can be an ok area. There’s a wide range of people that live in that area. I would need a street to narrow it down and give you a better answer.
It's a popular area among first-time homebuyers. Prices have started to climb due to the lack of inventory. If you have a rental house in that area you won't have issues to keep it rented.
Homes there have appreciated 3.2% per year last 40 years, below national. The home value is swallowed entirely by the inflation. This is not the fast growth neighborhood for home values in Lou. Investors buy it for income or tax write off. Price will likely state similar level.
Very close to the 3 largest employers in the city. Lower middle class. Should be a great area for buy and hold. I would be careful with flipping in this area.
I love there it’s a very convenient location and pricing remains stable. Appreciation there lags the rest of the city but during down trends it appears to not drop as rapidly.