The pet policy at Azzurra is 2 pets per unit with a 35 pound weight limit.
The 450 condo residences features floor to ceiling glass walls, oversized balconies and city and marina views. The building's amenities include a media gallery, pool terrace, fitness center, outdoor sky lounge, valet parking and concierge service.
The current units for sale include:
1 bedrooms: priced at $399,000-$689,000; 820-1,421 square feet
2 bedrooms: priced at $599,000-$2,285,000; 1,229-1,993 square feet
3 bedrooms: priced at $979,000-$2,800,000; 1,972-2,331 square feet
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Keller Williams Realty
4644 Admiralty Way
Marina del Rey, CA 90292
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Well, the Marina City Club has been around for quite some time. It is a popular location with fabulous views.
I believe the individual Condo's have been updated by residents, but the exterior is pretty much the same as it was years ago.... more
Only with an agents help, would I approach this strategy, and would do so cautiously. The ultimate question you have to ask yourself is whether or not you are willing to walk away if they don't meet your price. Most buyers underestimate the amount of emotional attachment they have to real estate when they buy. With this in mind be honest with yourself on this point.
You need the agent for many reasons, but ultimately in these sorts of transactions there is a buffer that they provide that will be necessary to get this deal done. It is very difficult to present your own offer and to come in low. Good luck
Your observation is right on the money. There are not a lot of banks to offer loans to buyers and if they do, it i usually requires 20% down on that price range. Until we see some type of lending done, then the market in the 700k-2Mk will stall. Hopefully, the homeowners in the area will not be thinking of selling their property short. Good Luck to you!
I will answer your question with a question. Are you seeing these homes on RealtyTrac as a foreclosure? If that is the case, what you are seeing is the loan amount and/or the delinquency amount on that loan. These properties may not even be for sale. The owner has defaulted on his loan, however, he has over 100 days to try and fix the problem or sell the home, before the bank forecloses.
These properties are in the pre-foreclosure phase and may not even be listed for sale. With many years experience in this area of the market, I would be happy to help you try and land one of these homes before it goes to foreclosure. Let me know if you would like to look into this further, and Dare to Dream.
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Put simply, the cap rate is the net operating income divided by the sales price. It is not possible to calculate the cap without all the information.
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