Real Estate Wholesalers: Now You Can Live Anywhere, Where Will You Live?

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With virtual real estate wholesaling being made increasingly easier, investors can live anywhere they want. Where will you choose to live?

Virtual Wholesaling

Thanks to technology, real estate investors can live in one place, and wholesale houses anywhere in the country. It isn’t just possible, but more accurate than it has ever been before. For many it is an increasing necessity to be able to flip houses in other markets, and to stay diversified in multiple markets in order to keep profits up, business growing, and income consistent.

If you’ve got a laptop, or even just a phone, you can do it.

Driving Factors in Where We Choose to Live

As a mobile business owner, it can seem crazy to hear about people living in the street or out of RVs in high priced San Francisco and other cities. There is just no need to live in super-expensive neighborhoods, when you can work from anywhere. Of course, if those are the places you’d prefer to own your own home, and can afford it comfortably, why not?

Yet, for many others, there is far more profit to be retained, and earlier retirement in more affordable destinations.

Other drivers in this decision of where to have your home base this year may include property tax rates, and limitations on the mortgage interest deduction, and state and local taxes. For others it is being near family. It could be lifestyle. If you love the water, then go live in a top boating, surfing, or diving destination.

Or maybe you still want to optimize where you live for business. That may be in the heart of the most inventory right now. Or where the most investors and capital is located, so that you can build personal relationships.


Here are some of the trending destinations this year:

Florida: for the sun, homestead exemptions, and no state income tax

Atlanta, Georgia: for a fast moving property market, fun environment, with all four seasons

Detroit: Still one of the most affordable cities in the US, and a great community of entrepreneurs

Nicaragua: One of the last truly affordable countries left in Central America

Dominican Republic: Proximity to US, easy residency requirements, weather

Thailand: Affordability, weather, culture, and a growing fan base of entrepreneurs

Where will you live?

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