I have to be honest here, I would be very surprised if there is anywhere that exists that type of a market. I'd love to be proven wrong, but even in a good rental market, I can39;t imagine a home of about $130K garnering $1800 a month in rent.
But, should someone respond with one, I may be buying one too!
Good luck in your search, the rental market is hot right now for sure.... more
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It reaally depends on how you are going to invest. They are totally different markets. Are you trying to flip houses or rent them. Short term rent(2 years Saraland) long term midtown. There are a million different ways to do this. If you would like to know more you can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Paul, interesting questions. The answers you seek are found on the website of all the States enumrated on your list. As to information about utility costs, again contact those companies that service the particular states and they will tell you what their service rate is for specific services, domestic and industrial, average usage, and cost per unit. Hope this helps...... more
They raise their heads every month to talk about what's really going on. Will they reduce rates? They have to. Lenders don't have enough money to lend so they have to borrow. That, by the way does not equate to an interest rate reduction on mortgage rates. Countrywide, the nations largest mortgage lender had a 15 billion dollar line of credit. They hit it for the whole 15 billion. Sent their stocks through the floor.
The rate the feds are cutting is the rate they charge banks for money. Not our mortgage rates. If it ends up in a surpluss lenders will drop rates, "a little" to be competitive. Don't count on adjustables to drop or short term fixed rates to drop. Keep your eye on 30 year fixed rates. That is the only game in town right now.
Go figure... conforming rates dropped with the last rate cut but jumbo loans didn't. What's up with that?
The government is again involved so hold onto your hats.... more