I am in talks with a specific park owner which has raised some questions for me.
The park is in the Indianapolis Metro, which is a good 1.9 million metro with $132,000 median home price.
When looking at the zip though, it is $66,000 median home price so theres a good chance this is a high crime area that i dont want to buy in, right?
The larger question is that I am prospecting a large numbers of parks so how do I efficiently (emphasis on efficiently) filter out these parks that are in bad neighborhoods that i wouldnt want to buy in even though its in a good metro?
So far, my best solution is, as i did above, searching on Bestplaces.net each park zip and using the zip in this way and not prospecting any parks that are below a certain median home price?
I greatly appreciate any ideas if this is the best way or another easier way?