The pandemic has dealt a painful blow to individuals, companies, and local governments across the nation. The economic losses hit every state, but we’re now seeing an uneven recovery from market to market. Somehow, real estate is an overall winner with home sales surging in most markets.
And while that may be pent up demand from a spring buying season that never happened, or a rush to get out of cities and into suburbs, over the long term, real estate investors need to pay attention to which metro areas will recover their job base the fastest.
With me today is John Boyd of The Boyd Company. His company provides real estate and management counsel to major North American companies like Boeing, Chevron, JP Morgan Chase, and Visa International. He’s here to explain how the U.S. business environment is changing because of COVID-19, and why that will turn some markets into winners, and some into losers.
At RealWealth.com we have a list of metro areas that we think will rebound the fastest – and where housing will continue to be in demand – even during recessions. Visit 18 Best Places to Buy Rental Property in 2020 for more info.