Tag Archives: best and worst markets

Market Watch: Denver, CO

The Denver housing market has been hot for quite some time now. As it emerged from the ashes of the housing crisis of ’08 like a phoenix, the largest city and capital of the Colorado is now soaring.  Earlier this summer Denver was listed as one of the top 10 best markets in the country for millennial […]

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Market Watch: Campbell County, KY

A few weeks ago we did a blog on the best counties in the country to invest in real estate. There were a few predictable ones and a few off the flipping map. One of those that came out of no where was Campbell County, KY. Wonder what makes it so special? We did too. Campbell […]

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Top 10 Counties for Flipping Homes

The news is all abuzz with the new report out from RealtyTrac showing the top counties for flipping.  If you follow our Market Watch series then you know we have been reporting the top markets for investing in real estate according to Q1 numbers. Keep in mind that “markets” encompass several counties. It seems now […]

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Market Watch: Top Places to Flip in 2014

New and lucrative flipping opportunities are are popping up all over the country this year year. According to RealtyTrac home sales for December 2013 were up 8% compared with the previous month, and down 16%compared with a year ago. The median sales price of a non-distressed home (those that are usually not foreclosed and/or flipped) was $175,000. The median sales […]

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Market Watch: Louisville, KY

While many people know Louisville as the home to the Kentucky Derby, and maybe even more that it is the hometown of the lovely Jennifer Lawrence, many do not know that Louisville is running the ranks when it comes to best places to flip homes.   With Money Magazine’s ranking the city #2 on best […]

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Market Watch: Best and Worst for 2013

About a year ago, Trulia released their predictions on the best and worst markets for real estate in 2013. They rounded up 13 of the healthiest markets in the U.S. going into 2013, and 13 of the least-healthy markets. You might say it was a play on the year 2013 with listing the “Lucky 13 vs […]

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