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Author Topic: 46 Unit Apt - Help putting it all together  (Read 2361 times)

Offline m3by2003

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46 Unit Apt - Help putting it all together
« on: November 13, 2005, 08:19:58 pm »
I think I have all the pieces and don't know how to put them together due to complete newness in investing in apartments.  There is still more due diligence to be done but here are the preliminary figures.

46 Unit Apartment
Gross Income Potential:  $314,500
Effective Gross Income (w/7% vacancy):  $292,500
Expenses: $120,000
NOI:  $172,500

Cap Rate:  8%

Seller is older investor looking to start selling off properties and retire. He doesn't have them on the market at all but would sell the property if he could get his price. He agreed to sell the property for 1.7M

I have five individuals who I have planted the seed with about this property and all of them are willing and able to purchase a property of this size if the deal is right.  They will all qualify for financing and some could pay cash if they really wanted to.

Using those figures I valued the property to be around $2,150,000.00 (which could be off, like I said "I am new to this")

How can I position myself on this deal?  

I was thinking about getting an option to purchase the property from the seller and somehow using that to make some money on the deal.  If I do it this way, I don't know how I can show the property to my investors without them talking with the current owner and price coming up.  I don't have a brokers license but know one, would I be breaking the law in Tennessee?

I am hoping to offer the end buyer a final price of 1,950,000 (10% discount of value) and make the difference.

Any advise on how to work this would be appreciated.


Offline Trupah

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Re:46 Unit Apt - Help putting it all together
« Reply #1 on: November 13, 2005, 10:40:00 pm »
i cant help you but i can tell you this

there is always a way..... if you cant do it then get someone on your team that can .....

peace

Offline m3by2003

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Re:46 Unit Apt - Help putting it all together
« Reply #2 on: November 16, 2005, 03:22:16 pm »
Is there anyone out there (preferably in TN or having knowledge of TN transactions) that would be willing to help me with this deal?  I am more than happy to negotiate a consulting fee.

Please post a way to contact you.  I really need someone experienced in flipping properties, assigning contracts, etc....

Thanks.

Offline mannyl2000

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Re:46 Unit Apt - Help putting it all together
« Reply #3 on: November 16, 2005, 05:01:42 pm »
Maybe I can help you put the numbers together. I feel good today. I just reached an agreement on a 2,250,000 deal and just finished typing the contract

 




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