Tag Archives: multi-family real estate

The T-Note and the 60-year rate cycle

Recently, I’ve been privileged to read the Realty Almanac put out by Realty Publications and First Tuesdays. Who is First Tuesdays and why the cryptic name? They are a California real estate trend resource providing news and data analysis since 1979. First Tuesdays … Continue reading

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SOLD – 1550 Bridge St. 7-Units Oakland

1550 Bridge Street, Oakland, CA 94601 – IN ESCROW 10% Cash on Cash Return Turn-key Remodeled Building! – Offered at $735,000 PROPERTY SUMMARY The Bridge Street Apartments is a bread and butter, wood frame and stucco, seven unit apartment building. … Continue reading

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San Leandro 5-unit listing

We just listed this 5-unit apartment building in San Leandro and the first showing was great. We had about a dozen prospects come to look at the property which consists of four townhouse style 2 bedroom units and one 1 … Continue reading

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Cap Rate VS Gross Rent Multiplier

An investor recently asked: How do I evaluate Capitalization Rate on an apartment building priced at $1.3m with gross rents of $84,000? The Capitalization Rate of an apartment building is used to measure its value against other assets in a … Continue reading

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