Thinking about investing in real estate? Then Chicago would be a good bet since it ranked as the No. 4 U.S. metro when it comes to first-year home price appreciation for those who will be looking to sell later, according to the real estate investment company, HomeUnion. Realtor.com covers those findings and more in the blog post, “The Best Cities to Invest in Real Estate on a Budget.” The post also looks at cities with the best returns for owners who want to be landlords.
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