Off Market 15 Units - Los Angeles
2300 Montrose Ave., Montrose 91020
DRIVE-BY ONLY. Do not disturb tenants. Tenants do not know the property is for sale. Interior inspection with accepted offer.
We are proud to represent this 15-unit apartment building in Montrose. Property is situated on the corner of Montrose Avenue and Ocean View Boulevard. Built in 1962 and comprised of 15 units. The property has an excellent unit mix consisting of (14) two-bedroom one bath units (one of the units is a townhouse style unit), and (1) one bedroom one bath unit. The property is 12,172 square feet and is situated on a lot size of 14,323 square feet.
A majority of the units have been upgraded with quartz countertops, stainless steel sinks, and updated bathrooms. The building has copper plumbing and a newer roof. The two-bedroom units have two parking spaces and a lot of the units feature patios or balconies with stunning views. The building is located close to the Montrose shopping district, Farmers Market, Trader Joes, and numerous restaurants. The property is located in an excellent school district which features a magnet elementary school and blue ribbon middle and high schools. A new owner will enjoy a turnkey asset and the upside of rents over time. The building is separately metered for gas and electricity. Seller would consider carrying the first trust deed for a short period of time to help effectuate a 1031 exchange for a Buyer, if needed.
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|One 1-Bedroom 1-Bath||$1,625|
|Thirteen 2-Bedroom 1-Bath||$1,893|
|One 2-Bedroom 1-Bath||$2,100|
Cash Flow Analysis
|Gross Scheduled Income||$344,340|
|Net Operating Income||$235,703|
|Down Payment||$1,312,250 (25%)|
|Loan Amount||$3,936,750 (75%)|
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