Investing in Homes Located in Better Neighborhoods
By: Gregg Cohen, CEO, JWB Real Estate Companies
December 8, 2014
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The purchase of any rental property should be recognized as a long-term investment. Many house flippers get into the housing market with hopes of buying low and selling high. While making profits is important, knowing exactly how to find the top homes in neighborhoods pays off. The following video details investing in homes located in better neighborhoods to maximize investor return on investment.
Spotting Cash Earning Properties
There are plenty of homes that hit the market that are undervalued. While new investors put emphasis on low prices, the long-term cash value of a property should always be considered. A home that sits in a growing neighborhood is likely to remain rentable during the course of investor ownership. Choosing homes that will earn better cash flow is the best-kept secret in the housing industry.
The Jacksonville, Florida market is has emerged after the housing crisis of 2008 as a viable competitor nationally. Homes renting in Jax often command a higher monthly rent price. This is due to economic improvements in many neighborhoods as well as a larger entry of tourists who choose to live in North Florida permanently.
Hitting the Real Estate Market Early
Investors who take too much time to valuate the returns on a property can lose an available house due to competition. The JWB company buys and sells homes every month of the year to investing clients in the United States and in other countries. A person who has access to available homes should have a plan in place to make a smart decision to buy as soon as possible.
Some of the most profitable rental properties that have higher than average cap rates always include single-family, three-bedroom and duplex properties in above average income neighborhoods. The homes that are listed on this website and spoken about in all videos are managed professionally by appointed professionals as part of the investing programs provided to investors.