Will Pittsburgh real estate appreciate in value?

Not too long ago, I wrote about investing in Pittsburgh real estate. An $1,000 investment generated $300/month positive cash flow (liabilities = $18,000 mortgage, tax, and insurance which toaled $300 monthly payments while income = $600/month rent).

Most real estate investors are also looking for appreciation of the property. Pittsburgh is trying to make that happen and by targeting niches, I think the city has a good chance.

2 Responses to “Will Pittsburgh real estate appreciate in value?”

  1. Jody says:

    Just found your website and am enjoying reading the past articles. Are you expecting the appreciation to continue in the real estate market? Thanks for the good info.

  2. James Trotta says:

    Well I am an amateur but I do know that targeting niches is the way to grow. No city will be everything for everyone, but if Pittsburgh becomes the best place for glass blowers that will fuel some growth. I get this stuff from Seth Godin’s marketing books, especially Purple Cow.