Wed, 7 December 2022
I have not been publishing episodes on where to put a practice lately. But in my research, I have found two states that I have not discussed for a while that might be very promising given their favorable demographic character and extreme growth. If someone was to ask me what are the two places in the U.S. that are emerging as places with low risk and high potential, I would mention Nevada (south and northwest) and Arizona (Pima and Maricopa Counties) as two of the best. Oddly, even though the metropolitan areas are in the middle of extreme isolation (and desert), their rate of growth is truly amazing. They are not perfect (what places are?) but we cannot ignore them. In just a few years we will be talking about how many NEW practices have grown in this area and so many "experts" missed it.
I have visited all of these metropolitan areas in the last few years and by my own estimates, this represents the "low-hanging fruit in the Western United States." I just wanted to share that with all of you.