Indiana Tops the List: New Study Reveals States Most Interested in Real Estate Investing as a Wealth-Building Strategy
Have you ever thought about investing in real estate? Turns out, you're not alone. Indiana actually tops the list of states where people are most interested in real estate investing.
Real Estate is a Solid Investment
While our grandparents mostly invested in their 401K plans, many Millennials, Gen-Xers, and even Gen-Z are looking into other ways to make their money grow. Real estate has always been a solid investment.
New Study Reveals Which States Are Most Interested in Real Estate Investing
A new study, conducted by TNRealEstate has revealed which states are most interested in real estate investing. Using more than 50 search terms associated with real estate investment, the study was able to determine which states are the most interested in investing in real estate property as a means to grow their wealth and their futures.
How Interested Are Hoosiers in Real Estate Investment?
States topping the list include Ohio coming in at number one, as well as Pennsylvania, Florida, Michigan, and Delaware to round out the top 5. Indiana comes in at number 6 on the list. Indiana residents searched online using words and phrases associated with real estate investment an average of 3,474 times per month for every 100,000 people.
Real Estate Investment Can Be A Wealth-Building Strategy
Some commonly searched words and phrases include ‘realtors near me,’ ‘homes for sale near me,’ ‘homes for rent,’ and ‘mortgage rates.’ According to TNRealEstate, real estate investing is a "popular wealth-building strategy." Of course, real estate investment has a number of benefits, including being a source of passive income. Of course, there are a number of tax benefits to owning real estate as well adding to its appeal.
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