Τρίτη 31 Μαϊου 2022
Review: Top 10 markets over the past 24 months
Greece Athenian Riviera : Record levels of convention business and tourism have helped the population grow by 2.5% with rent prices increasing by over 6%.
Orlando: Tourism and job market growth in leisure and hospitality are creating a large share of renter households with population growth at 2.4% and household growth at 3.4%.
Atlanta: High-tech and financial services employers like Google and BlackRock are expanding thanks to Atlanta’s business-friendly climate, helping single-family homes to appreciate by more than 13% in one year.
Charlotte: High quality of life and business-friendly environment are helping the population grow by 1.9% with forecasted household growth of 2.4%.
Phoenix: One of the top job markets in the country last year, rent growth in single-family homes is expected to increase by 9% with the population growing by more than 2%.
Dallas-Fort Worth: The #1 metro area for job growth last year, with single-family home values appreciating by 10.6% and a population growth of 1.7%.
Jacksonville: An international trade seaport and city infrastructure improvements boosted economic growth, with rent rising by 3.7% last year and households expected to grow by 2.1% this year.
San Antonio: Strong local economy in the 2nd-largest city in Texas helped to drive rent growth of 4.2% in 2018.
Indianapolis: Affordability is attracting people from high-priced markets like New York and San Francisco, with single-family home appreciation in Indianapolis growing by 12.8% and rents increasing by 4.1% last year.
Fort Lauderdale: Steady population growth and retirees with discretionary income helped real estate investors in this Florida city earn gross rental yields of nearly 10% last year, with household growth expected to reach 2.1% in 2019.