According to the SunShot initiative, one sixth of the levelized cost of electricity for Concentrated Solar Thermal Power is thermal energy storage. For this power generation paradigm to be successful, the cost of every subsystem must be dramatically reduced. However, the search space for possible storage mediums is too large for a brute force experimental search to be feasible. Thus, a more refined approach is necessary. In this paper, eutectic salt combinations are considered as storage medium. The state of the selection process for these eutectics is discussed. Various methods to predict the important thermophysical properties are reported and applied to eutectics whose physical properties are known. Based on single salt properties, the density of molten salt eutectics can be predicted, around their melting point, to within 5%. Prediction of the melting point and composition is accurate to within 7%. However, the estimation of latent heat for multi-component eutectics is not always accurate, and requires more work. Finally, the thermal conductivity of multi-component eutectics has not been well studied; further research is required to corroborate the predictions.