If you’re in the market for an investment property, you may be wondering where to buy in 2010.
Well, a company that specializes in analyzing the “best” investment properties could make your search a little bit easier.
FinestExpert.com gathers and analyzes data from over four million active properties nationwide, looking at things like employment, cash flow, rental markets, foreclosure impact, and growth level to find the top real estate investment markets.
The metropolitan areas that made the list tend to have the largest number of properties currently selling below their estimated value, with a good proportion of cash flow positive properties.
“For the first-time homebuyer, a good cash flow deal represents the ability to own for less than it would cost to rent,” the company said.
“These make excellent starter properties, especially for someone who may want to one day become a real estate investor.”
It’s important to note that the markets listed below were identified by the company as good “buy-and-hold” properties, not “quick-fix-and-flip” investments.
On to the list:
1.Dallas-Forth Worth-Arlington, TX
4.San Antonio, TX
5.Salt Lake City, UT
9.Oklahoma City, OK