What's Hot, What's Not?

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“What’s Hot, What’s Not?” Day in and day out, we are asked the same questions: what is the nature of the real estate market and how are current sales? Everyone wants to know “what is selling” and “how much is it selling for”. Fortunately, there are certain types of properties that stand out as they appear to be at the top of the sales charts consistently. This reflection of positive stimulation is right on time in this slow-climbing real estate industry.

To answer the question of “what’s hot”, let’s dive into investment properties. Properties such as rental units and timberlands seem to be the “hot spot” for the southeastern area. Investors are combing through and snagging up bargains, purchasing properties that can produce a return on their investment. In this economy, any investment that offers a return is something to take notice of. Investment properties provide an income and/or profit which is the driving force behind rental and timber tract purchases.

Much like other markets, real estate trends are beneficial to follow. Rental units are in demand and timber prices are increasing, so now is the time to jump on the band wagon and Invest in what Lasts!

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