Tertiary Markets

Tertiary markets also known as Tier III markets, have a population of less than 1 million residents and  are smaller metro areas that are not big enough to be primary or secondary markets.

Housing prices and rents are generally affordable in these markets which has led to these smaller cities experiencing populationation growth. Real estate investments and markets can be risky but they have the potential for high returns.

 Some of data sharing markets in the US are Las Vegas, Tallahassee, Greenville, and Colorado Springs.

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