Why Invest In Memphis?

Searching for a great area of the country to invest? Due to increasing home values throughout the nation and worldwide, many investors are looking outside of their immediate area for dynamic markets to put their dollars to work.  Memphis has had a long history of being a market where investors can see that success.  The combination of low cost of housing, high rents, and a high population of renters vs home owners has created an ideal opportunity for investors to purchase homes that provide Positive Cash Flow.  And, Memphis is a city focused on new jobs and new growth that will continue to make your investments profitable and stable for years to come.

Here are a few dynamic reasons for investors to come to Memphis

  • 10 Hottest Housing Markets - 2014 - CNN Money Magazine
  • #1 for affordable housing rates for retirees - CNN Money Magazine​
  • Top 10 city to Invest - Business 2.0
  • Annually ranks as #1 or #2 yearly (with Singapore) as World's Busiest Cargo Airport
  • 3rd largest railway center in the US
  • 2nd busiest port on the Mississippi River
  • Home to more Fortune 500 companies than Los Angeles, CA - FedEx, International Papers, and AutoZone - Also World Headquarters of private industry - Service Master
  • FedEx Global World Hub - Boasting more than 30,000 employees
  • 3 Major Interstate systems - I-40, I-55, and future I-69 - Major trucking industry
  • Major Medical Hub and significant Biomedical research industry
  • Home of St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, FedEx St. Jude Classic Golf Tournament, NBA's Memphis Grizzlies, Memphis Redbirds, World Famous Beale Street, and the 2nd most visited home in the US (behind the White House) Graceland - Elvis Presley. And much, much more making Memphis a major vacation destination!
  • Home of the Memphis Regional Megasite, a 4,100-acre site backed by a $106 million state infrastructure . The purpose for the megasite is to attract and a major automobile manufacturing plant to the site, along with muliple supplier companies for the plant.