Competition for income-producing property from institutional investors has heated up in top-tier cities, such as New York and San Francisco. As a result, many high-net-worth individuals have turned their attention and investable dollars to second-and third tier markets, where, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, population and employment is growing faster than in large metropolitan cities.
Not only can savvy real estate investors benefit from following the jobs, they may also find that properties in these areas have lower valuations and present them with more opportunities to improve yield over the long term. Moreover, entering these smaller markets will often provide needed diversification to an existing portfolio of investments, which can help investors better manage their exposure to investment risks.
High-net-worth investors considering adding, expanding or making changes to a real estate portfolio should work with qualified real estate experts to guide those decisions.
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