Real Estate Articles tagged with: cap rate
… following criteria must be met: Average Rent = $1000+, Year Built = 2000+ , Built with Brick, Stone, or Stucco (minimal vinyl siding) have a Garage. Preference to 3 Bedroom 2 Bath or larger properties.
In order for a property to qualify as Class “B” Rental Home the following criteria must be met: Average Rent = $800+,Year Built = 1980+ and/or has been substantially updated and rehabbed, Built with a combination of Brick, Stone, Stucco, or vinyl siding has Garage/Carport/ Driveway. Cap Rate preference to 3 Bedroom 2 Bath or larger single family homes.
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The U.S. real estate market improved in 2012, and there is good reason for optimism going forward as several industries are now contributing positively to the economy. Energy and technology markets are booming again, and the U.S. housing market recovery is gaining momentum. In fact, residential housing has been a positive contributor to GDP growth for four straight quarters. Even the automobile sector is up by nearly double-digit rates due to pent-up demand, providing positive momentum in hard-hit manufacturing cities in the Midwest and South. Employment is expected to return …
Markets, Residential »
… the historical average, creating an even more compelling opportunity to invest. The investment activity over the past 24 months is simply part of a larger trend playing out as part of a long-term housing recovery play.
The recent developments may well represent a tipping point as several new domestic and international institutional players have placed big bets on the residential rental property market. Individual investors need to be careful as it seems the institutions are causing some cap rate compression in certain markets. Real Estate Investment Advisor Robert Stec of …
Investment, Residential »
… with 5.4%, 7.3% and 7.7% respectively. It is important to note that markets with low capitalization rates all have prices that are below average relative to markets with higher yields or those markets where real estate prices have improved recently.
The current capitalization rate after adjustments stands at 8.6% for the single-family rental market. This is a slight decrease from the 8.8% recorded in January 2011. It is however an improvement i.e. a 3% improvement from the capitalization rate (cap rate) recorded in 2006 when the country was experiencing a …
… New 10 Year NN Corporate Family Dollar’s with 5×5 year options and rent increases. (NYSE: FDO). Family Dollar is a recession-proof company that has been in business for over 45 years. As a corporation, they have no long-term debt on their balance sheet. This fundamentally sound real estate investment has an income stream secured by a corporate guarantee from a tenant with a net worth of over $1.3 billion and approximately 6,000 stores in 44 states.
Price – $950,000 – $1,900,000
Cap Rate – 8.0%-9.0%
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Acquisitions, Residential »
… criteria must be met: Average Rent = $1000+, Year Built = 2000+ , Built with Brick, Stone, or Stucco (minimal vinyl siding) have a Garage. Preference to 3 Bedroom 2 Bath or larger properties.
In order for the portfolio to qualify as Class “B” Rental Homes the following criteria must be met: Average Rent = $800+,Year Built = 1980+ and/or has been substantially updated and rehabbed, Built with a combination of Brick, Stone, Stucco, or vinyl siding has Garage/Carport/ Driveway. Cap Rate preference to 3 Bedroom 2 Bath or larger single family homes.
Bulk SFH Portfolio Sellers: If you …
Self Storage »
… written checks that dug into a decreasing profit margin. But, as a business owner, it’s your right to ask about these property taxes. As stated in Inside Self Storage’s article, “…you can – and should – look at challenging your property-tax valuation so you can reduce your property-tax bill and raise your overall profit.”
Inside also gives an example: If, in 2008 any given person owned a storage facility that brought in $280K and a tax value of $3.5 million (in this case the cap rate is 8 percent and …
Self Storage »
… Self Storage Cap Rates in New Markets
As we’ve been told time and time again, if you remember nothing else, remember the lower the cap rate, the higher the value. And value, found by dividing your NOI by capitalization rate, is another important factor. However, why is it that some investments offer higher yields than others? And some sell much lower? What is the determining factor? And more importantly, who is the one to decide? Unfortunately though, there is not one simple answer. Factors such as differences between buyers, sellers, …