Sacramento Bank Owned Duplex For Sale – New On The Market…!

Sacramento Duplexes For Sale are Hot Now…

Hey check out this Sacramento Duplex for sale that just appeared on the market.   When I see a Bank Owned/REO foreclosure Duplex like this,  I know this one will be sold “as is” and that may concern some investors.

This Duplex does need some work, however it’s been updated some and I think it’s just been neglected.

I think you will find this Duplex will be a great investment if you’re looking to invest in the Sacramento Area.

I toured this today and have a Video below.

I also have a “Proforma Cash Flow Analysis” for your review of this Duplex by CLICKING HERE.

Let me know what you think.   We also manage a Duplex just down the street, so we know the area and the potential income you can get from this Bank Owned Duplex.

In the mean time…?

Make it a Great Day…!

Ed Favinger, Broker, CRS, GRI, SFR, CDPE

 

Sacramento Duplexes for Sale Prices Going Up & So Are the Rents

A Fair Oaks Duplex Fixed Up Gets Multiple Offers

While I specialize and look for Sacramento Duplexes for sale all the time, I  have taken notice  now for a while  there is a thirst in this market for Sacramento Area Duplexes in great areas like Fair Oaks that are fixed up and renovated.

Not only do you get top dollar when you sell, you can place a new tenant in the units at much higher than their past history.

Case in point is the Duplex you see below.    I got a “google street view” of the property taken last year that is embedded here so  you’ll be able to zoom in and check out the neighborhood if you want to.

Looks like the roof might have had some issues and they fenced it off for security purposes while they made their repairs.

It consists of a 3 bedroom/2 bath/2 car garage on one side and a 2 bedroom/2 bathroom/1 car garage on the other.  It Listed at $399,000.

There are only a couple of pictures of the property in the MLS which is a shame,  but you can see they did fix up a kitchen pretty nicely.

If you click here you’ll get an MLS flyer that shows some of the information about it.

This property came on the market about 3 days ago, had 5 offers and is now a Pending Sale.

If you are thinking of Buying or Selling a Sacramento Duplex, Four-Plex, a small Apartment complex or even a Single Family Rental, please call or “text” me today at 916-203-1260 or drop me an email at: favinger@rwnetwork.com

n the Mean Time…?

Make it a Great Day….!

Ed Favinger, Broker, CRS, GRI, SFR, CDPE

 

 

Sacramento Apartment Market Projections – 2017

Just passing on an article and information I just received.

If you’re thinking of getting into the Multi-Family Housing market as an Investor and you’re new at it, I’m sure you’ve thought a lot and hopefully have done some research.   You can always contact me for more information and set up a time for a free consultation.

The Sacramento Apartment Market is one of the top 20 in the nation and is still affordable especially compared to some markets in the San Francisco Bay Area.

In our market we find it’s hard to find a 2 bedroom 1 bath apartment unit with lots of amenities for under $1,000 per month.

To get an idea of what we have for rent go to HavenRents.com and you’ll get a sense of what the prices are for various types of properties we currently have available.   You can also go to the “rentals page” here on this site.

I received and thought I’d share a 2017 market projection from CBRE, a large real estate investment company that works in Retail, Office, Industrial and of course Multi-family projects through out the the country.

CLICK HERE for that article and go to Page 31 for their “Multi-Family” projections.   I think you’ll appreciate their findings and conclusions.   It looks to me like the Sacramento Region’s Multi-Family market should remain strong.   I think this remains especially true in the smaller multi-family units, such as Duplexes, Four-Plexes or small apartment complexes.   Why…?  Because they haven’t built any in the last several years.   Sacramento Duplexes/Four-plexes for sale don’t stay on the market very long.

So if you have stumbled on this blog site and are thinking of investing in the Residential Real Estate Market in the Sacramento area please contact me at anytime.    We specialize in the Sales and Management of Single Family Homes, Duplexes, Tri-plexes, Four-plexes and small to medium sized apartment complexes.

In the Mean Time…?

Make it a Great Day…!

Ed Favinger, Broker, CRS,  GRI, SFR, CDPE,     favinger@rwnetwork.com   916-203-1260

 

Sacramento Area is the Best Area Residential Real Estate Investors

In An Improving Economy – Not Enough Homes – Creates Higher Prices & Rents.

If you’re a San Francisco Bay Area home owner or investor and looking for a place to move to or invest in, you can’t really beat the Sacramento Area.

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Two Homes On One Lot in Cameron Park Managed by Haven Properties

Prices and rents have gone up but are still a bargain when you compare them with Santa Clara, Contra Costa, San Mateo, Alameda and San Francisco Counties.

Just take a peek at what you can buy here in Folsom and compare that where you live in the Bay Area.

If you’re an investor, you can still get a decent Duplex or Four-plex for under $400,000 and have a “cash flow” which is unheard of in the Bay Area now.    Foreign Investors are just parking their money in the Bay Area in hopes of higher appreciation down the line, but they don’t have a decent cash flow return in the mean time.

I thought I’d pass on this article from the East Bay Times.    Maybe it’s time to Move here and/or Invest here…?

And Finally…. The two things we don’t have as bad as the Bay Area….? 1. No Rent Control… 2 And Bay Area “traffic”.

In the mean time…?

Make it a Great Day…

Ed Favinger, Broker, CRS, GRI, SFR, CDPE   916-203-1260  favinger@rwnetwork.com

 

Is Rent Control Coming To the Sacramento Area…?

It’s Not Just Rent Control – They Add Costs Onto Owning a Rental

I have an article here that I recently received from the RHA (Regional Housing Association of Sacramento Valley) with a list of ballot measures in several San Francisco Bay Area cities regarding “rent control”.

It’s not just that they want to limit the amount of rent you can charge, they also want to make it more difficult to get rid of bad tenants by instituting “just cause eviction” laws as well.Image result for the rent is too damn high

Just Cause eviction rules eliminates the “termination of tenancy” that we can currently give a Tenant in our area without stating a reason.  Just Cause rules would require a hearing at another government run board or authority that would hear your case and probably take the side of the Tenant unless you had massive amount of documentation to support your position.

Some of these measures would limit causes of action to evict a tenant to 8 or 9 specific reasons.

For many investors, this is why they hire a professional property management to make sure they are “in compliance” because of all the rules changes and regulations that vary from locality to locality.

Take a look at this article from RHA and think it over.   Land use decisions do involve you and when you can’t build housing because of all the NIMBY’ism, this can be the result.

I think you’ll be appalled at what they are proposing.   It is scary in my opinion.

RENT CONTOL ON THE BALLOT IN FIVE BAY AREA CITIES

Let me know what you think.

In the mean time…?

Make it a Great Day…!

Ed Favinger, Broker CRS, GRI, SFR, CDPE     favinger@rwnetwork.com 916-203-1260