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Entera gives you access to every on and off market property across 13 major U.S. markets.
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Las Vegas
Phoenix, Arizona
Denver
Dallas
Houston
Nashville
Atlanta
Pittsburgh
Charlotte
Raleigh - Durham
Tampa
Orlando
Jacksonville
Atlanta, Georgia
'Silicon Peach'
Home to the world’s busiest airport, Atlanta is a capital of the media, logistics and technology Industries. Forbes listed it as a top 20 real estate market for investing in 2018.
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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
'America’s Most Livable City'
Pittsburgh offers great opportunities to investors for both high cash on cash return and strong appreciation. With home prices still lower than the US national average and a leading job market in the country, Pittsburgh is a top destination to buy investment properties in 2019.
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Phoenix, Arizona
'America’s Most Populous Capital'
Consistently ranked as one of America’s fastest growing economies, Arizona’s capital and largest city is stimulated by robust aerospace and electronics manufacturing activities and large support offices for financial services companies.
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Charlotte, North Carolina
'Financial hub of the south'
Adding nearly 1 million residents 2004 and 2014, Charlotte remains one of America’s fastest growing cities. It’s also rated as a millennial hub, and home to a significant financial services industry, including the U.S. headquarters of Bank of America.
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Dallas, Texas
'The Commercial & Cultural Hub of the South '
Born as an economic powerhouse due to a strategic position among America’s railroad lines, Dallas is now the ninth largest city in the U.S. From 2010-2016, Dallas recorded the highest domestic migration in the U.S, and currently boasts one of the highest job growth rates in the U.S.
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Denver, Colorado
'A top place to live'
As the most elevated major city in the U.S., Denver attracts residents with its walkable downtown, impressive performing arts facilities and 300 days of sunshine a year. Its central location makes it a natural industry hub for the Western U.S.
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Houston, Texas
'A Global Energy & Medical Leader'
As the fourth largest city in the U.S. and largest in Texas, Houston is a global epicenter for the energy and medical industries. Houston’s housing market reported its strongest year ever in 2017.
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Las Vegas, Nevada
'The Entertainment Capital of the World'
An internationally-renowned hospitality hub, Las Vegas’s economy is bolstered by a robust tourism industry. With a growing population and strong economy,, its housing prices are rising at some of the fastest rates nationally.
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Nashville, Tennessee
'Music City'
The most populous city in Tennessee, Nashville is known on the global stage for its high concentration of musicians and record labels. These artists have cultivated a strong local economy based on supporting local businesses; home values have increased significantly in recent years.
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Orlando, Florida
'Florida’s High-Tech Hub'
One of the world’s leading tourism destinations, Orlando’s diverse economy is also home to large software design, aerospace and agricultural technology sectors. In recent years, it’s been ranked as a top choice for first time residential real estate buyers.
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Jacksonville, Florida
'Florida's Most Populous City'
As both the most populous city in Florida and largest city by land area in the U.S., Jacksonville is big. With strong economic roots in financial services, logistics and defense, housing demand is predictably high.
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Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina
One of America’s Smartest Cities
Home to three major research universities, the Raleigh-Durham area is home to dozens of high-technology and life sciences companies. It was recently ranked as the second-hottest U.S. housing market.
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Tampa, Florida
'Florida's job leader'
Tampa currently leads Florida in job creation, and analysts predict continued housing market growth in the coming years. The downtown area is currently witnessing a construction and development boom.
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Atlanta, Georgia
'Silicon Peach'
Home to the world’s busiest airport, Atlanta is a capital of the media, logistics and technology Industries. Forbes listed it as a top 20 real estate market for investing in 2018.
Charlotte, North Carolina
'Financial hub of the south'
Adding nearly 1 million residents between 2004 and 2014, Charlotte remains one of America’s fastest growing cities. It’s also rated as a millennial hub, and home to a significant financial services industry, including the U.S. headquarters of Bank of America.
Dallas, Texas
'The Commercial & Cultural Hub of the South '
Born as an economic powerhouse due to a strategic position among America’s railroad lines, Dallas is now the ninth largest city in the U.S. From 2010-2016, Dallas recorded the highest domestic migration in the U.S, and currently boasts one of the highest job growth rates in the U.S.
Denver, Colorado
'A top place to live'
As the most elevated major city in the U.S., Denver attracts residents with its walkable downtown, impressive performing arts facilities and 300 days of sunshine a year. Its central location makes it a natural industry hub for the Western U.S.
Houston, Texas
'A Global Energy & Medical Leader'
As the fourth largest city in the U.S. and largest in Texas, Houston is a global epicenter for the energy and medical industries. Houston’s housing market reported its strongest year ever in 2017.
Jacksonville, Florida
'Floridas Most Populous City'
As both the most populous city in Florida and largest city by land area in the U.S., Jacksonville is big. With strong economic roots in financial services, logistics and defense, housing demand is predictably high.
Las Vegas, Nevada
'The Entertainment Capital of the World'
An internationally-renowned hospitality hub, Las Vegas’s economy is bolstered by a robust tourism industry. With a growing population and strong economy,, its housing prices are rising at some of the fastest rates nationally.
Orlando, Florida
'Florida’s High-Tech Hub'
One of the world’s leading tourism destinations, Orlando’s diverse economy is also home to large software design, aerospace and agricultural technology sectors. In recent years, it’s been ranked as a top choice for first time residential real estate buyers.
Phoenix, Arizona
'America’s Most Populous Capital'
Consistently ranked as one of America's fastest growing economies, Arizona's capital and largest city is stimulated by robust aerospace and electronics manufacturing activities and large support offices for financial services companies.
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
'America’s Most Livable City'
Regularly ranked as one of the world's "Most Livable Cities" with one of the highest influx of millennials in the US, Pittsburgh offers great opportunities to investors for both high cash on cash return and strong appreciation. With home prices still lower than the US national average and a leading job market in the country, Pittsburgh is a top destination to buy investment properties in 2019.
Tampa, Florida
'Florida's job leader'
Tampa currently leads Florida in job creation, and analysts predict continued housing market growth in the coming years. The downtown area is currently witnessing a construction and development boom.
Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina
One of America’s Smartest Cities
Home to three major research universities, the Raleigh-Durham area is home to dozens of high-technology and life sciences companies. It was recently ranked as the second-hottest U.S. housing market.