Looking to Invest or Live in an Up and Coming Neighborhood? 5 Clues to Finding The Best Ones

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Making a home purchase in a neighborhood that is sure to boom in the coming years can be a great real estate investment, but guessing on the next trendy locale may seem fraught with risk. If you’re trying to determine which area will be up and coming down the road, here are some telltale signs that buying may be a benefit to your bank account.

Full Of Creative Energy

Many bohemian areas are popular because of their lower rental and purchase prices, but a locale with plenty of artists and cultural vibrancy is probably going to be on the upswing soon with the interest it will attract. While an investment may be economical in the short-term, it may see a significant spike in the years to come.

Community Restoration In Progress

There’s a good sign, whether it’s parkland or buildings, that if restorations and renovations are occurring in a community, it’s going to see an increase in purchasing prices soon. With a nicer area and better amenities, it won’t take long for people to flock to a revived area.

Close Proximity To Cool Locales

When development of one neighborhood has left little room for further changes, there’s a good chance that prospects will move into surrounding communities to capitalize on the popularity of the area. If you’re considering a neighborhood that’s close to somewhere trendy, it’s almost a sure thing it will see its star rise.

College Kids And Young Professionals?

Restaurants and bars tend to pop up in areas where students and young professionals abound, and as the area becomes more popular it will likely see a spike in its real estate value. With the establishment of many cool places, you can bet that an area full of young people will become the place to be.

Ask A Real Estate Agent!

There are few people that will be more informed about upcoming building projects in their city than a trusted, local real estate agent, so you may want to check in with one to determine the economic viability of an area you’re considering. An agent you can trust should be able to give you an honest answer about your potential investment.

From young people to community restorations, there are many telltale signs of a community that is likely to see a real estate boom in the coming years. If you’re looking to purchase in a new neighborhood and are curious about your options, you may want to contact me, your trusted local real estate professional, for more information. Call me at (905)940-3599 or email me at info@samjia.com today.

 

 

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