5 Best Markets For Real Estate Investments

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Best Markets For Real Estate Investing

Positive signs keep coming out about the U.S. residential housing market. The latest statistics detailed that buying activity on previously owned homes, including those in foreclosure or through the short sale process, increased again in May and is now at its fastest growth rate over the past 24 months. Here is an overview of five markets where home prices remain quite reasonable at around $100,000. The outlook continues to improve for future sales in these areas, so now is a good time to buy.

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