Real Estate Investors Like Louisville

The Wall St. Journal had a piece earlier this week called 10 Best and Worst Markets for Real Estate Investors. It cites a Local Market Monitor, Inc. that looks to utilize “equilibrium” home prices. These take into consideration what home values should probably be in relation to population, job growth, income, and other factors.

Photo of a Louisville home
Certain homes are better suited to rental properties than others but real estate investors can find a lot to like about Louisville. | Photo: Tre Pryor

Based on this report, here are the Top 10 Conservative Metro Areas:

1. Tulsa, Okla. new
2. Oklahoma City, Okla.
3. San Diego-Carlsbad-San Marcos, Calif. new
4. Albany-Schenectady-Troy, N.Y. new
5. Indianapolis-Carmel, Ind.
6. El Paso, Texas
7. Winston-Salem, N.C.
8. Cincinnati-Middletown, Ohio-Ky.-Ind. new
9. Worcester, Mass. new
10. Louisville-Jefferson County, Ky.-Ind. new

Combine Louisville’s strong showing with historically low interest rates and real estate investors should be on the move.