Fourplex sold in July, it was located in the Westboro Neighbourhood
We have seen a number of multi unit residential buildings sell in 2018 with negative cash flows. This is based on a 35% down-payment.
In the early to mid 2000's an astute investor could purchase a building with a 20% down-payment and realize a positive cash flow. That changed almost overnight in 2008/09 when the equities market took a dive. Investors who previously never touched real estate now flocked to it in droves. That factor combined with historically low interest rates caused the price of multi unit buildings to jump in value as investors snapped them up.
How much would you be willing to pay for a multi unit building to achieve a positive cash flow?...
… 35%? 45%? Or is cash flow secondary in your criteria. This month take a look at the financials for another negative cash flow property.
Below is the table showing you all of the numbers on this sale, and it looks like the buyer is taking a loss and there could be a reason for that, like the buyer actually moved into One of the units as a live-in owner.
Westboro 4 Unit Building, Sold July 2018
|Scheduled Rental Income (SRI)||$49,300|
|Effective Rental Income (ERI)||$47,328|
|Total Operating Expenses (TOE)||$20,465|
|Net Operating Income (NOI)||$26,863|
|Capitalization Rate (CAP)||2.9%|
|Operating Expense Ratio (OER)||43%|
|Sales Price X Net Income||34.6%|
|Mortgage (@ 5.5%)||$603,850|
|Annual Debt Service (mortgage payments)||$36,178|
|Return on Investment (ROI)||-2.9%|
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