Hyattsville, Maryland is a dynamic suburb of Washington DC that has seen immense growth recently and is turning the heads of real estate investors and developers alike. While the DC area’s housing market has been steady overall, few areas have been able to match the dramatic growth of Hyattsville. In 2017, condo prices more than doubled over the previous year, and we believe real estate investment and development in the area will only continue.
There’s something strange going on in many Washington DC area neighborhoods. Triangular plots of land, the result of odd street intersections that often look like mini public parks, are being developed for homes in a tough real estate market that’s forcing some serious creativity in order to get in on the action.
Finding the perfect property in Hampton Roads (or anywhere for that matter) can be difficult (even discouraging) if you don’t know what to look for. The key to unlocking profitability lies in understanding the neighborhood and knowing ahead of time what factors will influence the ultimate value of your investment.
Considering a fix and flip in Hampton Roads? Before you buy any property, it’s important to fully understand the region - get to know the people, the economy, the housing market, and anything else that might affect your bottom line.
Washington, DC neighborhoods are constantly evolving and changing. Do you know which ones are hot spots to watch for real estate investing? Check out our video below to find out our top 4 for 2018 and see what makes each one of them prime candidates for your next investment project.
Rich in everything from cuisine to culture, North Carolina is one of the ideal investment sites for fix and flippers in 2018. From its sandy beaches in the east to the Blue Ridge Mountains in the west (along with more than a few up-and-coming neighborhoods in between), the timing is just right for an investment in real estate.
House flipping in Charlotte, North Carolina is at its highest level in more than 10 years. As the area becomes more appealing for working professionals and families alike, properties are being snatched up at a breakneck pace by residents and flippers.