2 a. Types of investment areas in the United States and the characteristics of these areas
Real estate investors are different and divided into different groups.
Some investors prefer entrepreneurial deals such as flips or new construction, while others prefer solid investments such as real estate.
There are some investors who are willing to take high risks in return for higher returns, some who care more about cash flow than increases in value.
Every investor and the right direction for him. The manner of investment is a result of the nature of the investor, the goals and the available budget.
There are types of areas:
Area A White collar and upper middle class areas. Property prices are expensive, the majority privately owned and the yield is low.
Zone B Middle class areas. Characterized by high to reasonable property prices.
Area C Working class. Reasonably reasonable areas, reasonable property prices.
Zone D Crime or Low-income areas. Characterized by low asset prices, and very high yields (on paper).
Of course, each region has its own characteristics that are reflected in prices, the nature of the population, a possible return. The goal is to understand and act to buy property in the area that best suits us.