Show117: Should I invest in rural communities or big cities?

Should I invest in rural communities or big cities?

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Rural vs. City

Yes...yes...yes...

I LOVE this question. Call me crazy but this question brings to light one of the things I get most excited about when it comes to investing in rentals....knowing your markets.

While there are so many of you out there who wonder this question and think about specifically when you hit the roadblock of not being able to afford to buy in your area.

I hear this from people in San Francisco, NYC and even the DC area.

True story...this exact problem happened to us when we bought our first rental.

WE couldn't afford to buy a true rental property where we lived...so instead of giving up...

....we started looking in neighboring towns and communites.

So if you've been asking yourself this question and wondering whether you should invest in your small town that you live in or the big city that you romp around in...

...it's a bit deeper than a simple black and white answer.

In the show we talk about the things that you should be considering and weighing in your decision of where you should invest.

Most importantly, it all comes back to numbers.

<<Learn how to run a market audit so you know EXACTLY what you should be researching in your potential investing communities>>

 

 In the show we discuss:

=>why you have to know your market

=>the importance of knowing your numbers

=>what you should be learning about in your potential communities

=> and more...

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2 Comments

  • Fiona Manonn

    Reply Reply September 7, 2018

    hey,
    I have read your blog and this really helps me! thank you for sharing such an amazing blog.

    Great Work!
    Keep it up!

    • Emily

      Reply Reply October 1, 2018

      Thanks for the kind words. Great to hear it is helping!

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