By most measures, the 2019 real estate market was a very good one. We saw good construction activity for single family detached homes, we saw solid sales of

The SF Bay Area real estate market has recently sky-rocketed. What are some US real estate regions that could see similar rises in the coming years?

Keep in mind that when particular cities are touted for their sky-rocking real estate market, it doesn’t mean every neighborhood is up for grabs. Usually, only some specific suburbs or areas in town are climbing in value and cash flow, not every single community.

PwC and Urban Land Institute has been producing an annual Emerging Trends in Real Estate report for the last 40 years. If you are looking for detailed information, this is a reliable, unbiased source. In their 2019 report, the top 10 contenders are:

  1. Dallas/Fort Worth
  2. New York-Brooklyn
  3. Raleigh/Durham
  4. Orlando
  5. Nashville
  6. Austin
  7. Boston
  8. Dever
  9. Charlotte
  10. Tampa/St. Petersburg

Todd Dexheimer, a Multi-Family Syndicator from St. Paul, MN, has projected the cities below to be a good market based on his criteria to identify an emerging market (in no particular order). If you are considering a real estate investment in a smaller town that wouldn’t necessarily fall under PwC’s report, his criteria are a good guideline to follow.

  1. Las Vegas, NV
  2. Indianapolis, IN
  3. Phoenix, AZ
  4. Raleigh, NC
  5. Atlanta, GA
  6. Oklahoma City, OK
  7. Cincinnati, OH
  8. Columbus, OH
  9. Columbia, SC
  10. Cape Coral, FL
  11. Louisville, KY
  12. Kansas City, KS

If you are considering a real estate investment in coming years, take this time to get your personal finances in tip-top shape. When a prime opportunity comes along, you will be ready!