Fully occupied at close to market rent, this recently updated fourplex boasts strong cash flow and is currently performing at an 11%+ ROE with a 22% expense ratio; $20k upside with $25k rehab, comps to $540k. Located in 80916, recently one of the four fastest growing zip codes in the nation, its southeast location offers a good path to development with numerous community redevelopment initiatives already underway and is also close to shopping, restaurants and the intrastate with easy access to I-25. 24 average rental days on market and a decent 7%+, 10 yr price trend (single/multi-family combined), this asset may be worth taking a look at.
Click this link for a detailed analysis: 181220-1 Investment Analysisand contact us with any interest. A third party listing, NCND and/or buyer agency agreement is requested.
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.
As an incentive for new and existing homeowners to buy homes with high energy efficiency ratings or make upgrades (furnace, insulation levels, windows, etc.) to an existing home, the state of Colorado is offering up to $8,000!
New or existing homes (existing homeowners OK)
Lender must reserve the incentive amount before closing
Energy upgrades completed within 120 days of purchase
Additional Down Payment Assistance Programs
There are hundreds, if not thousands of extra programs that help with adapting homes for folks with disabilities, down payment. closing and other costs. Check them all out here!
According to Investopedia, ROI measures the amount of return on an investment relative to the investment’s cost. To calculate return on investment, the return of an investment is divided by its cost with the result expressed as a percentage:
Real Estate ROI
Compared to precious metals (silver, gold), stocks and bonds, at 6.8% real estate provides the highest ROI on a national scale. Not to be confused with ROI, consider the Pikes Peak market saw a 8% increase in average sales prices from December 2014 – December 2015.
Make Money When You Buy
Not that it is risk free, but with variables such as appreciation, comparative property values, income history and such accounted for with relative certainty, in real estate it is said the money is made at the time of purchase, not so much at its sale. It is no wonder more millionaires have been made in real estate than anywhere else and with careful analysis, you could be the next!
With access to every home listed in the area, we analyze and maintain a database of properties sold as-is which include short sales, estate sales and bank owned properties available at all times. Just click the image to the left for your free download.
Thanks for reading. We look forward to serving your current or future real estate needs.
Every homeowner wants to make sure they maximize the financial reward when selling their home. But, how do you guarantee that you receive greatest value for your house? Here are two keys to insuring you get the highest price possible. 1. Price it a LITTLE LOW. This may seem counterintuitive…
Mortgage rates continued lower today, largely getting caught up with yesterday’s underlying market movements. Lenders were likely being cautious due to prospects for volatility in today’s trading, not to mention the increased volatility seen on Tuesday and Wednesday. All things being equal, rates will
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