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December 2017

Abbotsford Cash-flowing Two Bedroom Condo $274,900

By |2017-12-16T10:00:38+00:00December 16th, 2017|Hot Property|

  1. Abbotsford, 2 bedroom / 1.5 bath, fully renovated and ready to go. Currently listed at $274,900. Will rent for $1600. Estimated cashflow is $115/month.
  2. Harrison Hot Springs development property. 35 lots, plus townhouses. From $279,000 a lot.
  3. Surrey, possible fix and flip. 2 bedroom, 2 bath, 1030 square feet. Price: $369,000. Needs paint, flooring and kitchen. Renovator estimates that it will cost about $20,000 to fix it up. All fixed up could re-sell for possible $470,000-$500,000.

 

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April 2017

Mission: Turnkey cash flow deal

By |2017-04-01T11:11:11+00:00April 1st, 2017|Hot Property|

  • List price $529,900,
  • 5 bed, 3 bath,
  • 2 suites,
  • 4 days on the market,
  • Current rent $2,295 plus utilities (1 tenant at $1,295 could be increased to $1,600 and lower suite at $1,000),
  • Well maintained, fully contained separate suites,
  • Walking distance to downtown Mission,
  • Close to West Coast Express commuter train.

 

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August 2015

What is a cap rate anyhow?

By |2015-08-08T11:41:52+00:00August 8th, 2015|Hot Tip|

Investors are always searching for profit or yield, but how do you know what actual cash flow there comes out of a given property? Well, Real Estate investors – small and large – use what they call a cap rate to find the true net income. But to find that elusive rate is one of most difficult and perplexing problems for realtors and investors. Market comparables are often hard to find and the income and expense statements often only a wild dream by the owner.

Comparables for an older apartment building may also be harder to come by – not as easy as […]