TheMoveChannel.com, a privately owned property portal that’s been helping international estate agents, developers, investors and private owners buy and sell investment apartments since 1999, has named its top American hotspots for rental properties, and Detroit placed first.
“Three years ago the average price we were selling a home in Detroit was $15,000 and we are now selling homes at $35,000. With this great news we can only see prices increasing, which makes it a great time to get involved now before prices start rising and returns start falling,” Global Investments Incorporated CEO Mike Moodie told TheMoveChannel.
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