Real estate investing, even on a very small scale, remains a tried and
true means of building an individual's cash flow and wealth. - Robert Kiyosaki
Current Strong Growth Markets
Houston – Texas

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Houston’s projected growth ranks #1 in population change in the USA. Houston’s jobs growth will exceed the growth of Austin and Dallas combined.

This is being led by a number of corporate offices and fortune 100 companies relocating to take advantage of Texas’ low tax environment.

Job relocations into Houston are 20,000 employees this year, and a further 120,000 over the next 5 years. Bringing people; investment and growth. The economic benefits are significant.


Western Canada – Calgary, Edmonton and Vancouver

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Western Canada has been consistently the strongest growth market in Canada for the last 8 years. This growth is forecast to continue for the foreseeable future.

The region’s population growth is the largest in the country at 2% year on year. Vancouver market is the fastest growing with huge investment from China and Asia.

Calgary and Edmonton although currently going through an oil industry contraction is still long term forecast to grow faster than the rest of North America in the medium term whilst currently producing some good property at depressed or discounted prices. The Province of Alberta has some of the lowest business taxes and is not encumbered by rent control legislation.


Atlanta – Georgia

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Georgia’s economy will out grow the national average in the next few years. Atlanta is  a top business city, and primary transportation hub. Metro Atlanta’s population will reach 5.7 million by 2020 and add 57,000 jobs in the next 18 months.

Job growth is evenly balanced across a number of large economic sectors.

Walkable urban communities experience strong growth in Atlanta. and account for 60% of the growth in income-generating real estate.