High mortgage rates, persistent inflation and economic woes are making expensive parts of the country less attractive and relatively affordable places more popular. Migration out of Los Angeles, New York, Washington, D.C. and Boston has picked up from last year.
When looking at the Florida real estate market, many eyes drift to the southern part of the state. NAI Hallmark managing partners Keith Goldfaden and Christian Harden say there’s another “fast-growing, dynamic city that’s become a hotbed for real estate investment” due to a business-friendly environment, skilled employee base, strategic location for logistics, and—what can be a rarity these days—available land, and it’s in the north. It’s Jacksonville.
Phoenix Market In this desert paradise … demand for rentals is heating up! In the heart of the Sonoran Desert sits the “Valley of the Sun” … and this valley is golden for so many reasons. Phoenix consistently ranks as one of the most affordable areas of the United States … So naturally rents have …