Americans were on the move in 2018. Beach towns topped the list of popular migration choices. Big cities and an unexpected destination rounded out the top places people wanted to move. Despite hurricanes, wildfires, and varying economic climates, people were ready to lay roots along both coasts.
Do popular cities make good investment areas? When you hear that a city’s population grew by 20,000 residents in one year, your knee-jerk reaction may be to invest. After all, those new neighbors need somewhere to live, right? While popular cities may seem like a natural real estate investment choice, there are some elements to consider before forking over cash.