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About Video - California Real Estate Investing: Low Cash Flow, But Worth the Risk? Get GUARANTEED RENT with Belong: California real estate investing has long been the anti-cash flow hero of the housing market. With sky-high appreciation, almost nowhere on Earth compares to California home price growth. And with the largest population of any US state, a massive economy that could beat most countries, and a high-paying tech industry, California could be the goldmine for real estate that most investors are too scared to get in on. But what if you’re banking on something more than appreciation? What if you want (or need) monthly cash flow? Dave Meyer, VP of Data and Analytics at BiggerPockets, looks at three of the largest cities in California to see which has the best rental property potential. We put Los Angeles, San Francisco, and San Diego head-to-head to see why the biggest city isn’t always the best and what new rental regulations could do to the rental markets in these cities. Then, Dave will give his three top strategies for increasing your cash flow when investing in any of these large metro areas. If you want painless property management, guaranteed rent, 24/7 support, and maximized rental value for your California property, check out Belong here: ~~~~ Join BiggerPockets for FREE 👇 ~~~~ Find an Investor-Friendly Agent in Your Area: ~~~~ Listen to The “On The Market” Podcast Wherever You Listen to Podcasts: Spotify: Apple Podcasts: BiggerPockets: ~~~~ Watch Dave on the “On The Market” YouTube Channel: ~~~~ 2023 Regional Rental Report: California: ~~~~ Chat with Other California Real Estate Investors: ~~~~ San Diego Real Estate Market—Stats And Trends: ~~~~ Connect with Dave on BiggerPockets: ~~~~ Follow Dave on Instagram: @thedatadeli or 00:00 Investing in The Golden State 02:23 California's MASSIVE Population (and Taxes!) 03:57 Los Angeles 06:53 San Francisco 08:38 San Diego 10:24 3 Wise Ways to Invest in California 14:55 Would You Invest in California? Keywords: real estate investing,california real estate,california real estate investing,real estate market,housing market,housing market crash,housing bubble,real estate crash,real estate bubble,rental property,investment property,income property,real estate investor,san francisco real estate,los angeles real estate,san diego real estate,la real estate,sf real estate,passive income,cash flow,belong,retire early,financial freedom,biggerpockets