Pratima Damani

WASHINGTON, DC—Investors who are interested in the Opportunity Zones program should align themselves with the 10-year horizon offered by this tax incentive program. With healthy returns on investments expected within that timeframe, investors need to avoid areas that are already showing significant signs of growth and seek locations where they are able to buy low and sell high.

A recent analysis by SP Group, a DC-area real estate advisory firm, identifies the top-tier Opportunity Zones for investors. These 70 Opportunity Zones are located in 69 cities in 25 states. More than half of the top tier Opportunity Zones are in the Midwest.

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