Our Markets

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Typical lot size for our Atlanta properties










We understand that one of the most critical factors of greatest importance to consider
while investing in real estate is location. Our markets are chosen after extensive research and statistical data analysis from credible sources.

We only operate in markets with strong economic fundamentals of stablity and growth, that will ensure positive cashflow for investments properties.

Our market selection criteria include the following:

  • Well diversified economy with stable sectors supporting the State/City
  • Investor friendly government and policies ( laws that lean closer to the tenant than investor may be detrimental to real estate investment.
  • Growing population
  • Good returns on investment
  • Affordable cost of properties


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Another exclusive turnkey property, rented and cashflowing


      Kansas City, MO

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Why Kansas Cty?

  • Over $6.5 billion invested in Downtown revitalization in the last 10 years.
  • Rated one of 20 top cities to survive the economic downturn by Yahoo Finance
  • Voted the #1 underrated city by the Los Angeles Times
  • Headquarters of four Fortune 500 Companies
  • Named an Information Hub by the Wall Street Journal
  • The largest rail center in the United States by tonnage
  • Ranked 1 of 20 Best U.S. Cities for International Business by Fortune Magazine
  • Kansas City International Airport moves more air cargo than any air center in a six-state region
  • Unemployment rate below the national average
  • Identified as the Information Technology hub of the nation by the Wall Street Journal
  • Site of the $4B Cerner Corp development project
  • Ranked “3rd Best City for Real Estate Investors” by Market-Watch
  • First Google Fiber installation in the nation
  • 3rd highest growth in high tech start ups between 1990-2010
  • 37th largest city in the U.S

 Kansas City Economy and Employment

Kansas City’s unemployment rate is considerably below the national average largely due to a vibrant and diverse economy. Historically know for its cattle and rail network, major industries now include transportation, government, communications and healthcare with a wealth of small and medium size businesses. There are also 10 Fortune 1000 companies headquartered in the KC region, and more than 25 Fortune 500 companies have a significant presence here, including 4 Fortune 500 companies with headquarters in Kansas City. Some of the most recognized household brands that make their home in KC include Hallmark Cards, H&R Block, Lee Jeans and Sprint-Nextel.

Kansas City boasts a skilled, stable and educated work force that exceeds the national average in wages and productivity yet housing is generally priced near the national median. Compared to the rest of the country, Kansas City’s cost of living is about 3% below he U.S. average.

For Mor Information, visit:

Kansas City Data


Atlanta, Georgia

Atlanta: World’s busiest airport

Why Atlanta?

Atlanta has a great diversified economy that is not reliant on a single dominant sector.  The diversification supports the real estate sector and the investments here produce consistent positive cash flow when carefully researched and selected.

With stable and resilient economy, investments in this market are protected.

Read Forbes Magazine profiling of Atlanta Georgia below:

  • Atlanta is considered to be a top business city and a primary transportation hub of the Southeastern U.S.
  • The city contains the world headquarters of corporations such as Coca-Cola, Home Depot, UPS, Delta Air Lines and Turner Broadcasting.
  • Although traditional Southern culture is part of Atlanta’s cultural fabric, it’s mostly the backdrop to one of the nation’s leading international cities. This unique cultural combination reveals itself at the High Museum of Art, the bohemian shops of Little Five Points, and the multi-cultural dining choices found along Buford Highway.
  • Atlanta also hosts a variety of history museums and attractions, including the Atlanta History Center and the Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Site.
  • The city is also home to a number of post-secondary educational institutions including Clark Atlanta University, Georgia Institute of Technology, Georgia State University and others.
Best business climate in Unites States






Now the numbers:

  • Employment

                         Job Growth- 3.7% 

                        Projected Annual Job Growth- 3.2%

                        Unemployment- 5.9%

                       Median Household Income-$57,062

                       Household Income Growth-0.5%

                       High-Tech Employment- 2.7%

  • Housing

                      Median Home Price- $162,200

                      Home Price Change- 7.9% 

  • Education

                      High School Attainment- 88.2%

                     College Attainment- 35.2%

                     Graduate Degrees-12.7%

  • Quality of Life

                     Cost of Living-1.7% below National Average

                     Average Commute- 30 minutes

                    Crimes per 100,000  Residents-3,792

                    Net Migration (2014)- 14,220

                   Average Days Above 90ºF-19 (National Average: 37)

Atlanta has a robust economy that has continued to witness upward movements in all development metrics in 2015.  From housing, income, population growth, to employment, the Metro area remains a haven for investment, especially in the real estate sector, according to Bureau of Census; Moody’s Analytics; The PNC Financial Services Group report of 2015.

You may download the full report below:


Fasted growing port in United States


Demographics reveal that there’s much more to Georgians than their warm and welcoming hospitality. Georgia’s profile is a picture of:

  • Education. The percentage of Georgians earning high school diplomas, college degrees and advanced degrees has soared over the past 20 years. Today, nearly 28 percent of adults have at least a bachelor’s degree, and one in 10 has a master’s degree or higher.
  • Entrepreneurship. Entrepreneurship. Georgia is where people start businesses. The state ranks #2 for states experiencing the largest increases in entrepreneurial activity rates over the past decade; according to a 2012 study by the Kauffman Foundation. The state’s low job churn – the ratio of start-ups and business failures to the total number of companies – earns Georgia a no. 4 national ranking and reinforces Georgians’ enterprising reputation.
  • Diversity. Beyond having one of the nation’s most diverse population profiles, Georgia has richly varied business ownership. The percentage of firms owned by African Americans (20.4%) is triple the national percentage, and the ratio of women-owned firms (30.9%) exceeds the national percentage as well.
  • Ingenuity. Creative organizations collectively comprise the fifth-largest industry sector in Georgia. Commercialization of Georgia Research Alliance (GRA)-related research has brought the launch of more than 300 companies since the 1990s. And the Advanced Technology Development Center (ATDC) at Georgia Tech has graduated more than 130 companies and raised more than $1 billion in outside finances.

Thanks in part to organizations like the GRA and the ATDC, scientists at the state’s research universities are prolific inventors, and technology start-ups acquire sound business foundations.

Georgia remains one of the fastest-growing states in the U.S. – its 10-year growth rate of 18.3 percent was nearly double that of the U.S. population growth rate. The state will add more people in the years to come: population projections forecast a 46 percent increase in Georgia’s population from 2010 to 2030.


Atlanta: Another Silicon Valley


  • 16,250 technology companies
  • $113.1 billion economic impact on Georgia
  • 5th-largest IT employment cluster in U.S. (200,000 high-tech professionals)

Learn more about Georgia’s technology leaders.


Georgia’s tech firms will rely on:

  • A talent pool from nationally ranked programs at the Georgia Institute of Technology and Georgia State University.
  • Connectivity through 500,000 fiber-optic lines, including the country’s two largest fiber-optic trunk routes.
  • Resources such as the Center of Innovation for Information Technology that help Georgia companies develop and commercialize new products and technologies.

Georgia’s diverse and skilled workforce, low cost of doing business and high-speed connectivity have enabled some of the best-known technology companies in the world to expand.

Georgia’s Recent Announcements

  • AirWatch by VMware
  • Comcast South
  • General Motors
  • Panasonic Automotive

Top Digital Media Employers

  • CNN
  • Turner Broadcasting System
  • AT&T Mobility
  • Cricket Wireless
  • Headline News
  • The Weather Channel
  • Cox Enterprises
  • Cisco Systems

Top Financial Services Technology Employers

  • Fiserv
  • NCR
  • First Data
  • TSYS
  • Equifax

Top Health IT Employers

  • McKesson Technology Solutions
  • MedAssets
  • HealthPort
  • Greenway Health
  • Navicure

For more information, visit Major Economic Sectors in Georgia