For at least the next couple years, investing in Atlanta real estate is still a good option. New construction in Atlanta is a good idea, because there is still an expanding demand. These are lower risk investments. Forbes Magazine specified three areas of Atlanta in particular to consider for investment properties: Cherokee, Forsyth and Henry Counties.
Did you know that the Metro-Atlanta Chamber of Commerce projected a population growth of 90,000 new residents each year until 2020?
The rapid population growth also means investments in retail store spaces and restaurants is also a good idea, especially in Cherokee and Forsyth Counties. Also, consider constructing or buying real estate with office space, because of the growth in the health care demands.
In fact, right now, even entry level real estate investors are seeing a safe and sustainable investment in Atlanta real estate.
Paces Funding, Hard Money Lender in Atlanta and Surrounding Areas
Dean Tilman of Paces Funding, the largest hard money lender in Atlanta, is a legitimate hard money lender. Tilman originates and underwrites hundreds of loans every year. Paces Funding offers hard money loans for commercial and residential real estate investments. Tilman has been a full time hard money lender since 2004. He graduated from the University of Florida with both a Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial Engineering and an MBA specializing in finance.