Offering Summary

Address 319 N 105th St, Seattle, WA 98133
Total Units 4
Built 1960
Square Feet 3,288 Total Net Rentable
Price $1,150,000
Price Per Unit $287,500
Price Per Foot $350
Current GRM/CAP 18.05/4.17%
Market GRM/CAP 13.97/5.60%
Zoning C1-40
Terms Cash Out

Investment Highlights

Paragon Real Estate Advisors is proud to offer The Michelle Apartments, a 4-unit apartment building located in the desirable Greenwood neighborhood. The location offers quick access Ballard, Northgate, Fremont and the CBD via I-5 and Aurora Avenue.

The property offers all 2-bedroom units with modern floor plans, common laundry, ample parking, and great rental upside.

Highlights
> Walkable location
> Potential to add a unit in the basement (buyer to verify)
> Low maintenance property with little vacancy
> Upside in rental income
> Desirable C1-40 zoning in frequent transit corridor
> Freshly painted exterior
> 5 tandem parking spaces
> Common laundry
> Double pane vinyl windows
> Poised for future appreciation




Greenwood Neighborhood

  • Part of growing and dynamic Greenwood neighborhood
  • Access to walkable amenities such as restaurants, bars and recreation centers
  • 15 minutes from downtown CBD
  • Quick walk to Rapid Transit stop
  • Major companies opening offices nearby: Google, Facebook, Apple, Ebay, Dropbox, Twitter, Uber
  • Easy access to I-5 and Aurora
  • Close to Fremont and Ballard which are growing hubs for employers
  • Ability to live in city and commute north while eschewing downtown freeway traffic
  • Major employers headquarter nearby: Amazon, Nordstrom, Expedia, Zillow, Tableau Weyerhaeuser



Operating Information

PRICING
Price$1,150,000
Down Payment$287,500
Loan Amount$862,500
Interest Rate5.00%
Amortization30 Years
 
Price Per Unit$287,500
Price Per Sq.Ft.$350
 
Current GRM18.05
Current CAP4.17%
Market GRM13.97
Market CAP5.60%
 
CURRENT EXPENSES
Current Expenses/Unit$3,463
Expenses/Foot$4.21
% of GSI21.74%
MARKET EXPENSES
Expenses/Unit$3,463
Expenses/Foot$4.21
% of GSI16.83%


MONTHLY SCHEDULED INCOMECurrentMarket
Monthly Scheduled Rent$5,150 $6,400
Utility Bill Back ($75/Unit Avg)$0$300
Laundry Income$140$140
Miscellaneous Income$20$20
Total Monthly Income$5,310 $6,860
 
ANNUALIZED OPERATING DATA
Scheduled Gross Income$63,720 $82,320
Less Vacancy$1,912 (3%)$4,116 (5%)
Gross Operating Income$61,808 $78,204
Less Expenses$13,851$13,851
Net Operating Income$44,957 $61,353
Annual Debt Service ($4,630/mo)$55,561$55,561
Cash flow Before Tax($7,604) (-2.64%)$8,792 (3.06%)
Principal Reduction$12,725 $12,725
Total Return Before Tax$5,121 (1.78%)$21,517 (7.48%)
 
ANNUALIZED OPERATING EXPENSES
Real Estate Taxes$8,251 $8,251
Insurance $1,200$1,200
Utilities$4,400$4,400
Total Operating Expenses$13,851 $13,851

Monthly Scheduled Income

# OF UNIT TYPE SIZE CURRENT RENT MONTHLY INCOME MARKET RENT MONTLY INCOME
1 2BD/1BTH 822 Sq.Ft. $1,250 $1,250 $1,600 $1,600
1 2BD/1BTH 822 Sq.Ft. $1,200 $1,200 $1,600 $1,600
1 2BD/1BTH 822 Sq.Ft. $1,350 $1,350 $1,600 $1,600
1 2BD/1BTH 822 Sq.Ft. $1,350 $1,350 $1,600 $1,600
4 Average/Totals 825 SqFt $1.57 $5,150 $1.95 $6,400

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