New Listing – Triplex For Sale in Los Angeles
Matt Dunfrund is pleased to present 2737 West View St, a triplex for sale in Los Angeles!
Featuring a front detached 2 Bedroom 1 Bath Home currently renting for $1,681/mth, and then a rear duplex with two 1 Bedroom units rented for $1,187 & $1,009/mth. The current gross income is $3,877/mth; $46,524/year. At our $879,000 asking price, the property is priced at $293,000/unit; a 18.89 current GRM; a 3.28% current CAP, and $459/SF. This property would also make a great owner-user investment for a buyer looking to occupy the 2+1 home & have two great rental units to help pay your mortgage.
The property is conveniently located minutes from the 10 Freeway, and only 0.6M from the La Brea/Expo Metro station for ease of commuting. Fantastic central Mid-City location just east of La Brea between Adams & Jefferson Blvd, and only a short trip to all the hip new restaurants, shops, and bars like Alta; Highly Likely; Collins Fish Market; Taqueria Los Anaya, and the Cork Bar just to name a few local favs.
● Interesting Triplex Investment well-located at 2737 S. West View Street in the hot Jefferson Park/West Adams (90016) submarket.
● The property features a detached front 2+1 House and a rear duplex with two 1+1 units. There are 1,917 total rentable SF. Interesting owner-user investment if buyer wants to occupy home & help pay their mortgage with two units’ rental income.
● Current gross income of $3,877/mth; $46,524/yr… At the $879,000 asking price, the property is priced at: $293,000/unit; a 18.89 current GRM; a 3.28% current CAP, and $459/SF.
● 5,000 SF lot zoned R2; Build two condos/townhomes in the future here with SFR’s already selling for $1M locally
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