Every investor has different goals. Let's have a discussion to see what your goals are and what type property fit your strategy. Many different things can be important to an investor:
Property Location: Where do you want to invest?
Are you looking for a fix and flip? What profit margins are you aiming for?
Are you looking for a buy and hold? Rent-ready with tenants in place or vacant and needing rehab?
Will you self manage or use a property manager?
Price Range: What is your budget for your investment property?
ROI: What is your ultimate return on investment goal?
Single Family or Multifamily? There are benefits to both!
Is your Focus on Cash Flow or Appreciation Potential?
How much Rehab are you comfortable with? Paint and flooring or full gut to the studs rehab?
Do you want to invest in an HOA community or avoid an HOA like the plague?
Concrete block or wood frame?
What other criteria are you focused on?
I am actively hunting for good investment properties from tiny single family homes up through larger multi family. Sometimes I'll find a good one and go walk it before any clients have responded about it, just so I'm prepared. Since every investor has different criteria, certain properties work for different investors. Several properties that I've walked with one client who has decided to pass, I've shared the condition and rehab estimates with other clients with different strategies, resulting in bringing an offer to the table. I know the local market well and know what I can find with enough effort and creativity. We can make deals out of properties others don't see the potential in. Closed in garages for third bedrooms on 2/2 duplexes..... 2/1 houses converted to 3/2 houses in the same space....detached garages turned into secondary units....small 2/1 homes having master suites built on to add space and a large modern bed and bath.....there is value in properties where many don't choose to dig deep enough to find it. Every property has a price that would make it a good deal, and I'm on the quest to find properties where that number is within reasonable range of what the seller would accept. Let's grab a cup of coffee sometime and discuss what type of assets you'd like me to keep an eye out for while on the hunt for deals!