Investing in property can be confusing. Figuring out the where, when, how, and why of your investment choices may seem like an insurmountable task. www.mortgagedex.com has created an infographic entit...
led “Rent vs Buy: Where Should You Invest?” detailing some of the newest trends in real estate, include where you should – and shouldn’t – own or rent.
When it comes to the best investments, this infographic lists the top 30 communities in the nation by rental yield percentage and the rental share of income. Additionally, this infographic also includes the top 30 metro areas, listed by median house value, median monthly rent, median household income, rental yield percentage, and rental share of income. We even see, down to a neighborhood level, the top five neighborhoods in several city and metro areas by rent yield percentage.
Being aware of these factors may well save you from investing in a pitfall or a curse.
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