San Diego, CA

4286 Morrell Street | San Diego, CA

Purchase Price: $975,000


Crown Point 6 Unit Apartment Property Purchase Price: $975,000 Price Per Unit: $162,500 Pro Forma Cap Rate: 4.7% Seller Financing Available Must Close by End of Year • Seller Financing Terms: Must Close by End of Year, 10.25% Miniumum Down Payment, 5 Years at 3.95% Interest Only, Additional 5 Year Option • 98.5% Historical Occupancy, Immediate Upside Potential • Building Size: 1,552 SF

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