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475 Wintery Circle N Colorado Springs CO 80919
Welcome home to your fully & meticulously remodeled, ranch style home in the desirable Rockrimmon area of Colorado Springs!
- 3,600 sq ft home on a nicely landscaped 1/4 acre lot with fenced backyard
- 5 beds, 3 baths with 5 piece master
- 2 living rooms and gas fireplaces
- Formal dining room and huge eat-in kitchen
- Gorgeous hardwood floors
- Fully finished basement
- Central air
- Private racquet and swim club within walking distance
- Close to great schools, interstate, shopping, restaurants and more
Modern upgrades include LED and/or recessed lighting throughout, dual flush toilets, keyless entry, video doorbell, and a smart thermostat. Convenient north side location close to I-25, perfect for Denver commuters! Like new and competitively priced in an area showing a year over year price increase upwards of 10%. Comparable sales to $585,000!
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Meeting about an assisted living facility we have under contract with a potential investor who has "8 million" currently earning a "guaranteed 5%", the inevitable subject of overvaluation came up, to which my response was, not quite.
Buoyed by many positive trends, such as the nation's first Olympic museum, projections of our being the nation's cyber security capital, expansion of direct flights to and from the Colorado Springs airport and more, there's also this:
Historically just a few years behind the Denver MSA, which may have plateaued as of this writing, it seems the Colorado Springs market has up to 5 years of upswing left.
Specializing in locating, analyzing, acquiring and management of quality rental assets, we are standing by and have significant experience helping investors build long-term wealth with real estate. Please contact us at 866-6REALTY or 303-242-2980 for the personalized attention you deserve.
Atlas Real Estate Group
In one word, market conditions are robust. A proud member of Atlas Real Estate Group, the premier real estate investment company and brokerage team along the Front Range, I am often asked for an indication of the rental market in Colorado Springs. Here is a brief synopsis.
Market Conditions - Year over Year Rent Growth
At 11% according to Yardi®, we are top three in the nation when it comes to year over year rent growth, a finding consistent with what we see on a daily basis analyzing the market for our investor clientele. This is due to a myriad of factors, such as limited inventory, minimal construction activity and a level of population growth that has moved us up to being the nation's 40th most populous city and a "positive trajectory with respect to economic recovery and growth".
Market Conditions - Supply and Demand
The result of our robust market is high prices. This is bad news for wholesalers and flippers, a business model needing margins of 25% or better to make sense. Forced to seek elsewhere for the short term ROI they need, many are flocking to markets such as Indianapolis, St. Louis and others where housing prices are low enough to generate the profit margins they need. And this is where the downside takes a sharp decline.
Stepping over dollars for pennies, their capacity for building long term wealth is severely limited, as can be seen by much lower rent growth rates of 4.3% and 2.9% respectively.
Not to mention, and though cash is truly king in the rental game, appreciation cannot be overlooked. According to NeighborhoodScout®, Colorado Springs has shown an 8% in annual appreciation rate in the last 12 months, whereas Indianapolis, IN and St. Louis, MO show 4.73% and 6.14% rates respectively.
Market Conditions - Seeking New Clients
How's the market, you ask? Like Caribbean waters, warm and inviting. Come on in? Don't worry, no sharks allowed.
According to Remodeling's 2016 Cost vs. Value Report, you'll recoup an average of 64% of what you paid for a renovation if you sell your home this year.
Return on Investment
We've previously discussed Return on Investment (ROI) about how much more (or less) than an asset's cost it is (or will be) worth at resale. It went a little something like this.
OK. The same concept of ROI applies, perhaps but not always on a lesser scale, to the effect of improvements made after purchase to the resale value of that asset.
Many (not all) buyers want gorgeous granite, jacuzzi tubs, bedroom fireplaces and similar creature comforts. And where these add great value...prestige, will they amount to a dollar for dollar increase in financial value? It depends.
It's never good to have the most expensive house in the neighborhood. First, they can stand out like the a Taj Mahal near Quonset huts. Gaudy is definitely not good, IMHO. Worst, pride in ownership can be a bitter pill to swallow when no one cares how much that Italian marble tub cost. When it comes to comparable values, a tub's just a rub-a-dub-dub. Sorry, couldn't resist.
Quickly. What is relatively worth more, adding attic insulation or a bathroom that will relieve congestion come school time? Before we tell it, understand you'll recoup about 67% of improvements on average. Drum roll, please...
Attic insulation, by a long shot of 2:1. Sad but true.
Rehab Loans - Pennies from Heaven
So be careful what you ask for, you might not get it. Unless it's help to pay for remodeling projects on that would be perfect home were it not for the host of improvements needed to make it your castle, whether necessary or not.
With Fannie Mae's and Freddie Mac's HomeStyle Renovation and FHA's 203k loans, it is relatively easy to turn that ugly house into the nosy neighbor's bane of existence.
Energy Efficiency Assistance
How about we add energy efficiency upgrades to our efforts and receive up to $8,000 in help to do so?! This is HOT! No pun intended. Learn more here.
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