Now more than ever, real estate investors are looking for key opportunities in unsuspecting places. In these extreme real estate market conditions, we’re craving reliability and consistency. Beyond the usual suspects, real estate investors would do well to consider secondary and tertiary markets – those that have overcome pandemic-era odds and present fresh, promising opportunities for investors.
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This week’s Transformation Tuesday is from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
The original state of this property was a bit haunting. From the outside, the house's boarded up windows and polluted built-in pool made the house off-putting. The interior was just as scary, with half-finished walls and barely a kitchen or bathroom to speak of. It took quite a bit of elbow grease to exorcise the grit and grime from this property in order to make it resident-ready.
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This week’s Transformation Tuesday is from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma!
This 80's style ranch was in need of some major TLC. Wood accents darkened nearly every room, not to mention the ceiling over the living spaces being caved in due to water damage! Now, you would never know this residence was ever the dingy, dated property it was previously.
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Oklahoma City, Oklahoma tends to fly under most people's radar. Unless you live there and are already personally invested in some way, it's not likely that you pay all that much attention to OKC. It seems, however, that more heads are turning in their direction these days as MarketWatch has named Oklahoma City among the best cities for millennials for good jobs and good homes.
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There’s good news for Oklahoma City: the economic upswing has pulled the market up to new heights. With a $40.2 millions sales tax revenue for August, we’re seeing renewed economic activity thanks to a local uptick.
According to reports, this is the 16th month in a row with positive growth in sales tax revenue for the city, pointing to increased economic activity and buyer confidence.
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If you’re not from the area, Oklahoma City is not likely on your radar. But let us tell you, there are some exciting developments going on in this city. As real estate investors, we believe that there is something valuable and thrilling about really and truly getting to know the cities and markets in which you invest. We’re talking about going beyond dry statistics and charts.
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Over the years, Memphis Invest has slowly diversified the markets in which we operate. As we identify real estate markets that offer an abundance of opportunities for our investors, it only makes sense to grow. From our hometown of Memphis to Dallas and Houston, we’ve now added two new cities to the Memphis Invest family: Little Rock, Arkansas and Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.