Best college town real-estate markets

College towns can be good places to buy rental properties. Housing demand is generally high, vacancy rates are low, and rental prices are on the rise. Move Inc. highlighted 10 college towns where it could pay off to invest in a rental property.

August 22, 2011
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College towns can be good places to buy rental properties. Housing demand is generally high, vacancy rates are low, and rental prices are on the rise, according to Move Inc., a firm that runs a network of real-estate websites including Realtor.com and Move.com. Recently, Move highlighted 10 college towns where it could pay off to invest in a rental property, MarketWatch reported.

  1. Boston-Cambridge
  2. Nashville, Tenn.
  3. Chicago
  4. Washington
  5. Houston
  6. South Bend, Ind.
  7. Atlanta
  8. Baltimore
  9. St. Louis
  10. Syracuse, N.Y.

For more information: www.marketwatch.com/story/top-10-real-estate-markets-in-us-college-towns...

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