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The number one driver of capital growth

The number one driver of capital growth
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Ben Kingsley, Number one driver of capital growth

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The number one thing that delivers the most capital growth is income. income correlates to borrowing power so you can move or have lots of people on low incomes prices aren't going to go anywhere. Income is the number 1 story for capital growth. So if you find areas that are accelerating in income growth for the people in that area, greater than the average for the nation or greater than the average of a state, then you're going to find areas that are going to grow in value quickly. So it's all about incomes. The study behind those incomes is all about the science of demographics, but the number one driver for capital growth is income.

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