If your real estate investment business is starting to feel like a circus, it may be because you're spinning too many plates. In a way, it's good to be busy: it means you are preoccupied with managing your income, and that should be celebrated. On the other hand, no matter how smart or hard-working you are, your mind and body are finite resources; you can only juggle so much.
Owning property in Detroit Metro doesn't mean you have to live in the area. Some of the most successful landlords know that purchasing rental properties in hot markets grows their income--no matter where they live.
Over the past five years, investors, real estate companies, and developers have shifted their attention to the Detroit Metro real estate market, creating an upward trend in residential purchases and rentals. City officials and associated stakeholders have launched over a dozen programs and initiatives aimed at garnering interest from investors looking to find rental opportunities.