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Old 03-15-2013, 09:07 AM
 
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I am a real estate investor (owning rental property) and want to know what are the good, quality areas that people rent in? What areas are in demand for rentals? No Section 8 or any of that. A friend whose brother lives in Franklin says that is a good area, but are there others?

I plan on relocating to Charlotte soon, [hopefully sooner rather than later!] and would like your input. Either SC or NC is fine.

Also if anyone can point me to the local MLS website that would be helpful as well. Thanks!


PS: I will also be looking for employment as a Property Manager. I have experience in both Commercial (ie Strip Malls etc) and Residential. If anyone has some names of some bigger firms in the area that would be great as well. Thanks again.
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Old 03-20-2013, 11:46 AM
 
Location: Charlotte, NC
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Multi-family is going to be hard to find for you not knowing a price range. There are several complexes available but for wildly varying amounts (kind of obvious, I know). I do know of a 24-unit complex that is quietly available for about $1.2MM.

As far as employment, good luck. The only openings I know of as a manger are in some pretty rough neighborhoods (SWAT being called out for MS13, rough). One person I talked to said they have a hazard pay for some of their communities. Kinda spooky if you ask me. If I recall correctly, the big-daddy around here is Post. You might start there.
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