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Real Estate Investment Properties in Charlotte, NCLong-Term Rent and Hold Samples

  • Karendale - a 17% CAP Rate
    • Sold a 3BR, 2BA needing some rehab in a transitional neighborhood for $23,500.
    • Rehabbed the property the $10,000 for a total investment of $33,500.
    • Rented the property out for $750/mo.
    • Factoring in property management, taxes, insurance, repairs and an average vacancy rate the property should net $5600/year.
    • The end result was a CAP Rate of near 17%.

Wholesale Sample

  • Lot of 10 Properties - an immediate 25% ROI
    • Through our connection with a bank we had the opportunity to sell a lot of 10 pre-foreclosure properties for a negotiated price of $200,000.
    • Our buyer purchased these properties and wholesaled them to other investors for a combined gross sales price of $250,000.
    • The end result was a very quick $50,000 net profit for a 25% ROI.

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