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Sarasota, FL Apartment Complex For Sale – 54-units – This won’t last!

 

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Ian Black Real Estate is pleased to present a turnkey duplex villa complex in Sarasota, FL.

The Saulstars Court rental community is a 54-unit property; each unit a separate condo with its own deed.

The complex is designed to feel like a community for its tenants and almost all units (47 of 54) have an attached garage to further give the sense of a home-like setting. All units have washer/dryer hook-ups and most units also include screened lanais and other features to enhance the units for the tenants. Presently 34 of the 54 units (63%) are renovated, including 22 units with new floors, kitchens and appliances. The complex itself offers tenants an outdoor pool/deck, an indoor heated pool and a large multi-purpose community building that would allow a new owner numerous possibilities for expanded use.

This investment is being offered at an attractive price to the right buyer.

The property is priced at tax assessed value, which is below current offerings and minimizes risk of an increased tax basis for the new owner. At only $85,000 per large duplex unit, the per unit offering is at or below sales comparables in the greater Sarasota market.

Any investor focused on yield should be excited by the possibilities at Saulstar.

Even with excess management/labor costs, the property cash flows over $260,000 based on last year’s rents. Considering current rents and a modest adjustment to management, although still run at 20% of revenue (a number that could be substantially trimmed by the right owner), the yield on ask price increases to 6.5% with rental rates well below market at less than $1.00 psf. Basic proforma adjustments substantially increase the yield to an unlevered 7.7% on purchase. Any investor looking to push rents to even a reasonable $1.20 psf would enjoy outsized yields exceeding 9% on this well-located multifamily property.

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CONTACT BROKER

Square Sean Dreznin

Commercial Real Estate Sales Associate
sean@ian-black.com

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Commercial Investment Sales Advisor
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5-Unit Multifamily opportunity in Sarasota, FL

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Price: $624,000
Number of Units: 5
Building Size: 4,025 SF
Property Type: Multi-Family
Lot Size: 25,543 SF
Year Built: 1983

 

  • Reasonable increases to market rent increases yield over 7%
  • Newly renovated units provide turn-key investment opportunity
  • SFR tenant pays all utilities; 4-plex tenants pay electric and cable
  • Property includes a 4-plex and a single family home
  • Close proximity to A-Rated Schools including Riverview High School and Phillippi Shores Elementary
  • Located near Publix, shopping, restaurants and most importantly, Siesta Key Beach!

Description

This is an opportunity to acquire five renovated apartments/rental units in the central submarket of Ridgewood Heights in Sarasota, FL. The property is an infill four-plex plus one adjacent single family home in a predominantly residential neighborhood.

The property’s proximity to top-rated schools, secondary schools, retail and employment bases make these units attractive rentals to a wide variety of potential future tenants. The current owner has handled most deferred maintenance including new roofs, painting, fencing and a new a/c for the SFR all within the past two years.

With rents near market, renovations performed and expenses stabilized, this is truly a turnkey opportunity and perfect for out-of-market investors and 1031 exchanges.

Location

Located just North of the intersection of Proctor and Swift, this property sits on the West side of Swift Road. The property’s tenants enjoy close proximity to numerous retail centers and A-rated schools. Its location affords ease of commute for employment via US 41 and I-75. The quiet, centrally-located neighborhood is ideal for both families and young professionals alike.

Contact

Sean Dreznin at sean@ian-black.com

or

George Kruse at george@ian-black.com

Multifamily community sells for $6.6M

May 11, 2017

TAMPA — Investors Alan Soroory and Bobby Soroory sold Montierra Apartment Homes in Tampa for $6.6 million or $68,750 per unit.

Montierra Apartment Homes is a 96-unit, garden-style apartment community near University of South Florida. The property was built in 1970 and sits on over five acres of land. It has over 81,000 rentable square feet.

According to a press release, they invested over $1 million since acquisition of the property for repositioning.

“We acquired the asset at the bottom of the cycle in 2009,” says Bobby Soroory in a statement. “At the time, the asset was more than 50% vacant and required significant capital expenditures throughout the property. Our repositioning program was able to bring the asset’s performance back to it’s full potential and subsequently create significant cash flows through our hands-on management approach.”

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Multi-Family Complex Sold for $445,000

A Chicago couple recently purchased the four-unit multi-family complex located at 2027 Fiesta Drive, Sarasota, for $445,000.

By 941 CEO Staff 2/23/2017 at 2:32pm

A Chicago couple recently purchased the four-unit multi-family complex located at 2027 Fiesta Drive, Sarasota, for $445,000.

The property includes two single-story duplexes totaling 3,012 square feet on a .3-acre parcel.

Sean Dreznin, a sales agent with the commercial real estate firm Ian Black Real Estate, represented both the buyers, Eric and Shelley Swanson, and the seller, Beverly Meadows, in the transaction.

Dreznin focuses his real estate practice on the sale of investment and multi-family properties between St. Petersburg and Naples.

Global Doldrums Could Reach US in 2015: NAR

Global Doldrums Could Reach US in 2015: NAR

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By Paul Bubny via GlobeSt.com

A slowdown in economic growth globally isn’t breaking the stride of the US economy or commercial real estate, the National Association of Realtors said Monday, predicting that the momentum will carry forth into the new year. However, NAR’s quarterly forecast hints at a potential drag on US growth as overseas markets weaken.

“GDP growth in the fourth quarter will be sluggish at around 2% behind stalling exports,” says Lawrence Yun, NAR’s chief economist. “Although GDP will likely climb to near 3% in 2015, the current pace of job growth could slow and ultimately impact commercial real estate activity if sluggishness in the global economy persists.”

It was increased export activity, along with government spending turning positive, that drove third-quarter GDP growth, says NAR. US exports rose 7.8% in Q3 after a double-digit annual rate of growth in Q2, while import volume dipped by 1.8%.

Government spending rose at a 4.6% annual rate during Q3, led by increased federal spending and particularly increased defense spending, which rose 15.9% during the quarter. Consumer spending also rose, albeit more modestly, as did business spending. All in all, according to the NAR report, “The economic picture was positive across most major indices” during Q3.

This goes to prove, Yun says, that “the second quarter wasn’t an anomaly, as business spending increased, commercial construction rose and the labor market continued to make positive strides. Job growth is the catalyst to improved demand for commercial real estate leasing and new construction projects.”

NAR say national office vacancy rates are forecast to decrease 0.5% over the coming year to 15.7%, thanks to job growth exceeding inventory coming onto the market. On a more localized basis, though, the numbers continue to vary quite widely.

NAR says that improved manufacturing activity should lead to a declining vacancy rate for industrial space, going from 8.8% at the end of this year to 8.4% 12 months from now.

Vacancy rates in the retail market are expected to decline from 9.7% at year’s end to 9.5% 12 months hence.

Average apartment rents are projected to rise 4.0% this year and 4.1% in 2015. Multifamily net absorption is expected to total 216,300 units in 2014 and 171,200 next year. “Low housing inventory and the sizeable demand for rentals will continue to spur multifamily construction as well as keep rents rising above inflation through next year,” says Yun. That being said, the pace of construction will mean a slight uptick in the multifamily vacancy rate to 4.3% by the end of ’15.

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NAR issues “cautionary” advice in its Commercial Real Estate numbers

The National Association of Realtors issued predictions for four major sectors of commercial real estate this week. According the report, national office vacancies are expected to increase from 16.1% in 2009 to over 20% in 2010 with rents falling about 7% this year and 0.8% next year.

Retail vacancies, which were just under 10% in 2008, are projected to rise to 12.1% in 2009 and 15.8% in 2010. Rents are expected to fall 2.1% in 2009 and 1.5% in 2010. Industrial vacancies are expected to increase to 11.9% in 2009 and 12.6% in 2010 with rents falling 3.4% this year and 4% in 2010. Multi Family is expected to fare the best; vacancy is expect to increased to 6.8% this year and 6.7% in 2010 from 5.7% in 2008 with rents slightly growing this year and next.

If these predictions are accurate or close to accurate, there will be more pain in commercial real estate, and we are nowhere near a bottom — especially in office and retail. Loan delinquencies have been increasing in both segments in early 2009 and they could spike over the next two years.

Going forward, overweight multi-family, which continues to benefit from lower home ownership rates and less new supply. Invest in retail and office selectively; only companies that have a handle on their debt maturities over the next couple of years which will help them withstand a prolonged downturn.

Article found on Seeking Alpha (Click here for site) and written by By Greg Sukenik