Metro population:

2.1 M

Median Home Income:

$ 52,000

Unemployment rate:

6.4%

Median House Price:

$ 104,000

Median monthly rent:

$ 1,168

Cleveland Real Estate Market Overview

Cleveland, Ohio is located on the southern shore of Lake Erie, about 60 miles west of the Pennsylvania border. Downtown Cleveland has experienced a renaissance over the past five years, with an estimated $ 19 billion in development completed or planned since 2010. Occupancy rates are at an astonishing 98% and home sales are up 12% year after year.

A Few More Reasons To Love Cleveland:

  • Fastest growing healthcare economy in US (and home to world renowned Cleveland Clinic)
  • Nation's first Global Center for Health and Innovation as well as a new medical convention center
  • 10 Fortune 500 company headquarters, including: Goodyear Tire, Cliffs, Natural Resources, FirstEnergy, Sherwin Williams, Eaton Corporation, Travel Centers of America, Aleris, Parker Hannifin, Progressive Insurance, and KeyCorp
  • Has the 2nd largest live theater district in the US, second only to New York City
  • Home to three major sports teams that bring billions of dollars to the area every year
  • It's easy to buy B neighborhood properties for as low as $ 70,000 and turn that into $ 800 a month; Properties remain well below mid-2000 prices in most areas

Why invest here?

Cleveland also offers great opportunities for investors, especially for those looking for an affordable investment, solid monthly cash flow, and consistent equity growth, without too much risk.
  • “# 1 City to Buy Home for Best Rental Return” - CNBC
  • “# 4 City Where Your Paycheck Will Go the Furthest” - Forbes
  • “# 10 Best City for First Time Home Buyers” - Business Insider
  • Cleveland Real Estate Market Trends Movoto
  • “Ohio Best State for Start-Up” - Forbes
  • “Relocating to Cleveland Guide” - The Schuman Team
  • “# 84 Best Place to Live” - US News

Choosing a Plot of Land for Construction- Noam Segal - Entrepreneur of the Week - Post 3

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Hi, everyone,
After yesterday we chose the right district the next thing buying a plot 😁.
There are all sorts of reasons why people buy land, some are building on a future increase in value and some want to build a house for sale or rent.
In any case, you must do your due diligence because you can get stuck with muddy ground that is not suitable for construction or just not intended for the purpose you wanted and then go change designation (possible, but you do not want to be there if the time component is not taken into account…).
So today I decided to treat you to a checklist of things to check before buying a plot (feel free to add more of your own):

What's the zoning of the pitch? What is actually allowed to be built there?
Has the field been developed?
Are all the infrastructures in the lot?
Has the field been parcelled?
Does the pitch have an address?
What is the PARCEL ID of the lot?
What is the pitch number?
Is there a SURVEY of the pitch?
Removing a map of the neighborhood from the district and finding the lot on the map.
What is the topography of the pitch? Ascent, Descent, Plain Should Retaining Walls Be Built?
Is the plot in the FLOOD ZONE?
Is it a stream or a water channel?
Do they have IMPACT FEE?
What is the COMPS of lands in the area?
Check what kind of houses are being built in the neighborhood.
What are the prices of homes in their sale?
Is there a HOA in the neighborhood?
What is the PROPERTY TAX price of the plot in recent years and has it been paid?
What is the type of sewer in the SEPTIC or PUBLIC SEWER neighborhood? If it's SEPTIC need to perform a perc test!
If there is a sewage infrastructure in the neighborhood, check SEWER CAPACITY!
Talk to the neighbors.
Look with your eyes on the pitch and do not forget to look up too 😳
Consult a realtor from the area who sells new construction.
Understand the finishes required in the neighborhood.
Take quotes from contractors.
Check that the numbers make sense or how to build a business plan since it will make sense 😁 😁
Of course if the pitches have not been developed then it is a completely different game and then the requirements are more complex and need the help of experts. I only recommend people who have done it in the county in question. A building permit will not be issued until the development of the plot is completed and the time component must also be taken into account here.
In the video - one of our projects in Atlanta during the field test phase.
Hope I helped, good luck to everyone

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