144: Cash Flow Market Profile: Indianapolis, Indiana

#144: In an economic crash, a great place to be positioned is in low-cost housing within a diversified metro market like Indianapolis, Indiana. Learn more at: GetRichEducation.com/Indy Indianapolis has a remarkable combination for investors: investor-advantaged property, a diversified economy, population growth, low unemployment, a business-friendly environment, low-cost housing, stable Indiana state finances, and more. Indianapolis’ business drivers are in some of the most diverse and necessary sectors: healthcare, finance, technology, education, and more. Amazon has set up an enormous distribution center in Indianapolis due to its central geographic location. Today’s guest offers turnkey cash-flowing real estate in Indianapolis. Grab Get Rich Education’s new book at GetRichEducation.com/Book Want more wealth? Visit: 1) GetRichEducation.com to grab our free newsletter.  2) GREturnkey.com for actionable turnkey real estate investing opportunities. Listen to this week’s show and learn: 00:45  In an economic crash, low-cost housing can be a safe place to be invested. 06:42  Our guest was led to Indianapolis for: cash-flowing real estate, a diversified economy, population growth, low unemployment, a business-friendly environment, low-cost housing, and stable Indiana state finances, and more. 08:42  Indianapolis’ business drivers. 13:34  The State Of Indiana has a AAA credit rating and budget surpluses to help support business. 19:06  What if there’s an economic crash soon? 24:07  Foreign buyers in Indianapolis. 28:40  Rent-to-value ratios in Indianapolis. 29:50  Vacancy rate. 32:22  Making a real estate field trip to Indianapolis. Resources Mentioned: GetRichEducation.com/Indy Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies Pew Research Center NoradaRealEstate.com MidSouthHomeBuyers.com GetRichEducation.com GREturnkey.com    

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