LichtensteinRE Just Sold Three Contiguous Properties in Bronx, New York

This three building package was sold for $10,700,000, cash record price.

LichtensteinRE Just Sold Three Contiguous Properties in Bronx, New York

New York, NY, December 08, 2017 — Andrew Lichtenstein, President of LichtensteinRE, has just sold a portfolio of three contiguous properties located at 2018-2020-2022 Monterey Avenue in Tremont, Bronx, for $10,700,000 all cash.

Andrew Lichtenstein successfully closed this off-market deal for a record price for the Bronx. The sale represented a record breaking Gross Rent Multiplier which equated to an immediate 4.5% Cap Rate and $152,857 per unit. The average rents were extraordinarily low offering huge future rental growth to the buyer.

Lichtenstein submitted multiple competing offers. The seller sold to this buyer because he is a repeat proven buyer even though Lichtenstein submitted an even higher priced offer. Marketing of this off market portfolio was restricted to 322 bona fide landlords who had signed exclusive buyer broker premium agreements of LichtensteinRE.

These contiguous properties are 55,272 residential square feet, five to six story brick walk-up apartment buildings. They contain a total of 71 residential apartments consisting of 1 studio, 51 one bedroom and 18 two bedroom apartments.

Andrew explains, “This amazing sale’s price was possible because the buildings have great upside to increase rents. The residential units were rented for an average of only $844 a month, while the average rent for this East Tremont neighborhood is $1,580 (results are based on 34 2-bedroom rentals within a 1/4 mile radius, Rentometer.com Website).”

“New rents for vacant apartments that are renovated are already going up to $1,200. The profitability outlook for this investment is extremely bright for even greater increased future net income,” said Andrew Lichtenstein.

The properties, built in 1928, are located between East 178 and 179 Streets, only two blocks from East Tremont Avenue, a primary thoroughfare through the neighborhood and Tremont Park. Tenants have access to shopping and public transportation on 3rd Avenue and East Tremont and the B and D trains on Grand Concourse and 179th Street.

For drivers going to Manhattan or other boroughs, they have easy access to the Cross Bronx Expressway and Major Deegan Expressway.

The property was sold by Andrew Lichtenstein who was the sole source that procured the buyer and the seller. LichtensteinRE has been actively selling multifamily property and setting sales records for its clients in and around New York City, especially in Brooklyn and Bronx.

About LichtensteinRE
LichtensteinRE specializes in the exclusive sales of multifamily and mixed use commercial real estate properties in New York City’s 5 boroughs. LichtensteinRE is a full service Commercial Real Estate Sales, Financing and Advisory Service Boutique based in New York City, the financial capital of the world. LichtensteinRE’s proven experience, track record, financing ability, exclusive buyers and connections with tens of thousands of property owners assures their selling clients the best possible price when a landlord owner wants to sell their property.

DoctorMortgage, which is LichtensteinRE’s financing division, has been a leader in commercial real estate mortgage debt financing since 1991. DoctorMortgage is able to negotiate and facilitate financing to deliver the best price, leverage and return on investment possible.

LichtensteinRE’s greatest ability is creativity and problem solving. After selling the owner’s property, LichtensteinRE has assisted successful sellers in locating replacement 1031 tax deferred exchanges and in some cases has more than doubled the seller’s net income post-closing. To learn more contact Andrew Lichtenstein at (800) 242-9888 or [email protected]

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