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Fort Worth and Dallas, on a national level, both ranked in the top 10 on Forbes’ “Best Buy Cities: Where to Invest in Housing in 2015”. Consider that Fort Worth and Dallas, in terms of population, are the 5th and 3rd largest cities in the 2nd largest state in the nation. Then consider how Texas leads the nation in many of the economic categories we as investors are interested: population growth, jobs and total productivity. Now add in low unemployment, low vacancy and high rent vs. low purchase price and you’ve got rental real estate perfection!

Join us to learn more about why the DFW metro should be on your radar for your 1st (or next) real estate investment. You’ll have an opportunity to meet our DFW Regional Rep in person and see some of the best cash-flowing single family and multi-family investment properties available in the entire metropolitan area!

Top 10 reasons smart investors are buying in DFW:
1. There's still cash flow with 20%-25% down, but that will disappear soon.
2. Population Growth: current population is 6.8 million, estimated to increase 65.5% over the next 30 years to 11 million. DFW clearly needs to build more homes!
3. 107 Fortune 500 Companies and other Major Employers: Exxon Mobil, Texas Health Resources, Bank of America, AT&T, Southwest Airlines, UPS, Verizon and Target to name a few.
4. Economic Diversity: the largest sectors include energy, health care, banking, transportation and telecommunication.
5. Ranks #5 in the nation for economic output (GDP) among all U.S. cities ($504.3 billion - 2014)
6. Political/Legislative Attitude: small government that favors low taxes and less regulation.
7. Low Unemployment: DFW = 3.8%
8. Cost of Living Index: DFW = 95.8 (100 is average). It’s affordable to live in DFW!
9. Median Home Price: DFW = $189,600
10. Median Rent: DFW = $1,511
*All data from census.gov, City of Dallas Economic Development Profile 2015, Rent Jungle
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By: Marshall Reddick Real Estate