How to Choose the Best Target Real Estate Markets

You’re faced with two market possibilities when it comes to investing in apartments. Although Option A includes a college town with increasing job growth, you feel that Option B is a very competitive choice as well because the population is booming. So, how do you go about choosing the best real estate markets for your apartment syndication business? Perhaps neither Option A nor Option B is actually the right choice for your business.

In this Syndication School series, your host, Theo Hicks, will discuss how to choose a target market for your apartment syndications.

Part 1: What is a Target Market?

What you will learn:

  • What is a target market?
  • What comes first – the deal or the market?
  • How important is selecting the right target market?
  • The overall process for selecting a target market

Click here to listen to Part 1.

Part 2: Narrowing Down Your Markets

What you will learn:

  • How to narrow down to seven (or so) potential target markets to evaluate
  • The six market factors to analyze
  • Additional market factors to consider
  • How to rank your seven (or so) potential target markets to select one or two target markets to investigate further

Free Resources:

Click here to listen to Part 2.

Once you master how to select the best real estate markets, you’ll be in an excellent position to grow your business from one deal to the next. Theo will show you how to conduct a real estate market analysis and choose the right market for your needs and wishes every time. Get in touch today to find out more about proper investment market selection this year.

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