Sacramento Duplexes For Sale – Not Much Inventory – Prices Up

Yea… There’s Not Much To Choose From, But,  Rents Are Up Too….

If you are curious about the market regarding Sacramento Duplexes for Sale, I’ve got some recent stats/graphs for you.   We’re still in a Seller’s Market and I think you’ll see the graphs below make the point.  I think they will also change a bit next month.

If you have ever read any of my past articles, I’ve always said  “A nice well maintained Duplex will sell for a pretty good price now with multiple offers”, or something to that effect.   The Duplexes that don’t sell quickly generally have these characteristics.

  • Poor or “Fair” Curb Appeal and General Appearance – Lack Pride of Ownership.
  • Rents that are lower or much lower than Market Rent.
  • Price is not reflective of the above 2 conditions.

Low Rents – Updates/Upgrades:

If you are thinking of Selling your Duplex or for that matter any kind of Rental Investment Property, you might think about upgrading/updating the property a little.

Having the same great tenants over several years time does not translate into a much better positive outcome in the sale if the rents they are paying are only about 1/2 of what the same unit would rent for today.

Generally if you aren’t keeping the rents up, you aren’t maintaining the property because you don’t have the cash flow.   Tenants know when they are getting a good deal.

However, if you are a buyer and make an offer on one of these types of properties I’m describing above, you’ll have to take into account the Updates/Upgrades you might be faced with to get the “higher rents” the Seller says you can get.

We recently were in escrow on a Rancho Cordova Duplex the Seller has owned for almost 30 years.   Both units were in need of work.   One of the units had 6  people living in a 2 bedroom 1 bath unit.   Both units were paying only $800.00 per month when the “market rate” is in the $1,300 to $1,400 range.

The deal fell through because the Buyer wanted an adjustment in the price to reflect the deferred maintenance and the low rents.   The buyer would have to get possession by giving a 60 day notice to terminate tenancy before being able to start the “rehab” process.  The unit would then be vacant for another 30 days at least.   There was too much to over come… Low Rents /Poor Condition/High Price.

Let me know what you think of these stats.

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NUMBER OF UNITS FOR SALE – SOLD- PENDING

Graphics list vs sold 6-10-19________________________________

LIST PRICE TO SALES PRICE RATIO – AVERAGE DAYS ON MARKET

List Price to Sales Price Ratio

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If you are thinking of Buying a Sacramento Duplex you want to take into account not only the condition, but the existing tenants and their current rent as well.   As long as you are aware of these issues, you’ll make a better informed decision on whether to go through the deal or not.

In the mean time…

Make it a Great Day…!

Ed Favinger, Broker, CRS, GRI, SFR  – 916.203.1260 – favinger@rwnetwork.com

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Bread and Butter Sacramento Duplex for Sale

Your Basic Sacramento Duplex for Sale.

You’ve got to check out the Duplex for Sale at 7312-7314 Arleta Court in Sacramento we just listed a couple of days ago.

It’s on a nice Leafy green Cul-de-Sac location with other like kind duplexes.

CLICK HERE for a link to get Cash Flow Figures, Rental Survey and more pictures of the property and the surrounding street.

If this Sacramento Duplex interests you, please call or send a text to me at 916.203.1260.   You can also send an email to:   favinger@rwnetwork.com

In the Mean Time…?

Make it a Great Day…!

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

 

Multi-Family Residential a Favorite for Investors

Late Cycle Real Estate Investing Strong

I thought I’d share an article from Bisnow.com.   You can subscribe I think for free and they will send you information to your inbox with Real Estate and other business news.

The reason I thought I’d share this is because many people I talk to,  including other Real Estate professionals, have the feeling the Real Estate Market is slowing down.Late cycle investing Bulls and Bears

However, the BisNow article points out the trends just before the great recession and the trends of today, especially when it comes to Multi-Family Residential,  are much different.

I share the optimism of the writer of the article because it applies to all residential income properties in this area at least, in my opinion.  Those types of properties include Single Family Homes, Duplexes, Four-Pelxes and Apartments.

They just can’t build enough units but they are trying.

Click here for the BisNow article.

Click here for a local Sacramento Business Journal Article regarding new construction of Apartments in the Region.

So if you’re on the fence about Investing in a Duplex, a Four-Plex, a Single Family Rental or an Apartment complex, please contact me today at 916.203.1260 or drop a note my way via email at: favinger@rwnetwork.com

In the Mean Time…?

Make it a Great Day…!

Ed Favinger, Broker

 

New Laws for 2019 – If You Are An Investor – Pay Attention

State of California Always Adding New Laws – Catch Up by Reading Below.

I receive an email newsletter from time to time from the BPE Law Group.   Every year we get a slew of new legislation out of the State.   You just have to keep up or you’ll be in trouble when it comes to owning Rental Real Estate.Desert road

I thought I’d share BPE’S most recent article with you.

I think you can sign up for their updates as well by emailing them at:

kbdunnagan@bpelaw.com.

 

CLICK HERE FOR A COPY OF THEIR MOST RECENT ARTICLE.

If you are looking for an Investment Property like a Duplex, a Four-plex, a small Apartment complex or even a Single Family home, please call or you can send a text to me at anytime at 916-203-1260.

We specialize in the Sales and Management of Sacramento Residential Investment Properties.

Make it a Great Day…

Ed Favinger, Broker, 916-203-1260   favinger@rwnetwork.com

 

 

Sacramento Duplexes – A Good Buy for Long Term Cash Flow…!

Sacramento Duplex Prices Are Steady & Rents Are Good…!

With the annual rate of appreciation of Real Estate prices in the Sacramento area generally slowing down a bit buying a Duplex here might be a little easier with fewer multiple offers.

20140905_144808Don’t get me wrong if you have been looking for an Investment like a Sacramento Duplex there are still multiple offers occurring.

That is especially true if the Duplex has been well maintained with good curb appeal and a great tenant profile paying close to or at Market Rents.

Those Duplexes that have some deferred maintenance issues and below market rents will take a little longer to sell if they are not priced correctly to make up for their deficiencies.

Here’s some quick statistics for you regards closed sales from January 1, 2019 to Date, February 12th.

Average Average   Pct of
List Price Sales Price List Price
 $  371,088  $   365,641 98.5%

As you can see it looks like prices have stabilized somewhat, but the rents are still going up.   Maybe now is the time to make a move into Buying a Sacramento Duplex.

If you’re thinking of investing in Sacramento Duplexex, maybe a Four-Plex or even a small Apartment complex please drop me an email note at favinger@rwnetwork.com or call/text me at 916.203.1260.

By the way… We do Property Management as well.

In the Mean Time…?

Make it a Great Day…!

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

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