I would like to know what city and state DG members invest in and why? I would really appreciate it if you could answer this question. It will help me know where i should move to next since I'm in the military and I would like to choose an affordable destination for investing. In my opinion I chose these states to pick from (not the specific city since I'm not from there) because the median price range is low so it gives a good open window for me to start in. Here are the following states I chose:


So please write the city and state you would prefer to invest in and why. Does not have to be from the above choices, but atleast from somewhere you would suggest and why. Thank you very much...


Quad Cities IA/IL


I live in Davenport, Iowa. It is part of the Quad Cities which consists of Davenport and Bettendorf in Iowa and Rock Island, Moline, and East Moline in Illinois.

Check it out online. Do some research with Google and you will see some big time economic impactors. In Thomson, IL there will be a sale of a state prison into a Federal prison and this is to put about One Billion dollars into the economy surrounding a 60 mile radius of Thomson, IL.

Jake Greer


Quad City Real Estate Investors Association


Here is the proof of getting a loan to buy a deal with a 585 Credit Score.


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Kansas City, Missouri

When people flocked to California to find riches in gold, investors from California and other high-cost states are flocking to Kansas City find “gold” in residential investment properties.

Kansas City is one of the best-kept secrets in the nation. It was voted in 2007 as the third-best city for relocating families, and it boasts a vast array of entertainment, professional sports, Fortune 500 companies and shopping districts. Only Rome has more fountains than Kansas City, which also is the barbecue capital of the free world.

What is making out-of-state investors so excited about Kansas City? The mortgage meltdown and ever-increasing number of foreclosures makes Kansas City a gold-mine area to buy investment properties.

Kansas City has always been a highly stable real estate market, with appreciation averaging 3 percent to 5 percent annually in most areas.

A typical example of a investment property in Kansas City is a 2 bedroom, 1 bath with a section 8 tenant paying $560 per month in (guaranteed rent) that goes straight to your bank account and home sale price only $19K.

Send me a private message and I can get you many properties like this.


"If you cannot do great things, do small things in a great way.”
Napoleon Hill quote


Appreciate the feedback I'll be sure our friend Google for some assistance..

Kansas City

Wow that's the numbers I like hearing about, I dont mind starting low, is less risky but yet you're building an empire throughout time..i will be sure to keep Kansas in mind..I didnt know it was so popular like that with so many things to surround it..Thanks alot!