shh....3 hot investment tips

So says Lawrence Yun, senior economist at the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®

Heavy in-migration regions—Places where a high number of residents move in from other parts of the country, including Nevada and Florida.

Future retirement destinations that are still currently affordable—Places where homebuyers plan to buy now and live once they retire, including Charleston and Myrtle Beach; Virginia Beach.; the panhandle of Florida; Alabama; and the North Carolina coast.

Tech-sector heavy markets—Markets where the technology industry is making a comeback, including Seattle; Denver; Austin, Texas; and Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill, North Carolina

I am in absolute agreement with Mr. Yun on the heavy in-migration regions and that is one of the key reasons why I chose to invest in Southwest Florida. I became a true beliver in the lure of Florida this fall and winter when the market didn't miss a beat even after the devastating hurricanes.

With regards to Yun's other two picks, I am much less bullish on the high-tech comeback markets, as I think the tech rebound will be sluggish at best. The future retirement destination markets hold much merit and one of my objectives over the next few months is to investigate investment opportunities along the Alabama coast.

The Next 3 Hot Real Estate Sectors [REALTOR® Magazine]

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