Neighborhood - This may differ based on your preference, but if you are going to invest in a metropolitan area, choose a large one.

Amenities - Amenities, such as the proximity to high paying jobs, quality schools, multiple shops, and decent hospitals also impact property values. 

Infrastructure & Utilities - The availability of lower-cost energy and water sources, high-speed data access, and a developed infrastructure also influence location choice. 

Transportation & Access - According to recent survey real estate leaders from around the world rate infrastructure quality as the top factor influencing real estate investment. 

Noise and Smells - Noise influences real estate prices, and possibly a lot more. 

Government and Courts - Pay special attention to the state and city courts. Check favorability to landlords and real estate investors and the amount of liability as a landlord?

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