Top 7 Housing Markets to Invest Money 2019

Report: Top U.S. Housing Markets to Invest in 2019

Where should you invest your money?

It’s the question millions of Americans are asking themselves every day.

Yet, so many different views, opinions, and gurus seem to be giving conflicting advice as if it were true. But how can you tell who you trust?

How do you know what a good investment is?

The simple answer is: You don’t.

This is why you should invest first in yourself and your knowledge before investing in anything, including real estate.

Taking the initiative to go beyond all the fluff and hot air to find key facts and figures is always the safest route for your money.

knowledge is power… the more you learn, the greater your return.

And… if you’re like most keen investors, you’ve already made your choice, and real estate is the name of the game.

With one of the most reassuring long-term growth strategies, real estate has been one of the foundations of the American economy and, for most Americans, one of the most reliable investment vehicles.

So, what does 2019 have to offer for you?

What are the most fertile U.S. housing markets to seed your real estate investment?

According to the most highly esteemed annual market forecast report from ULI (Urban Land Institute) teamed up with PwC (PricewaterhouseCoopers), you need to consider a handful of cities this year.

Every year, most investors are dying to read the “Markets to Watch” section, highlighting the top cities to buy an investment property in the U.S.

3 Investment Takeaways from the Report:

  • In 2019, Southern states emerged, winning most of the top markets.
  • Second-tier markets are rising with lower costs of living and surging economies.
  • Texas is on the move, with two housing markets in the top 7

Are you curious which U.S. cities have the top housing markets to invest in?

Top 7 U.S. Real Estate Markets to Invest in 2019

The ULI publishes the Emerging Trends in Real Estate report every year, forecasting what’s to come for market trends, economy, and housing markets to watch in the U.S. and Canada.