Ocala, in central Florida, and Port St Lucie, between Orlando and Miama, made the list, as did Orlando itself and Tampa.
Las Vegas, Phoenix, Atlanta, Detroit and Kansas City were among the 20, along with Dayton and Toledo in Ohio.
The composition of the list is no real surprise to us. These are all cities that were hit hard by foreclosure and the entry price - for now anyway - remains quite affordable while rents have stayed quite high.
Ken and I own property in quite a few of these locations, so it's good validation of our strategy, although the main game remains paying close attention to analyzing deals well and implementing sound management, while avoiding risky locations and properties.
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