48 Unit Built & Occupied Attached Townhomes

Project now close to full occupancy with rent guarantees in place for the remainder of 2020!

Lubbock, TX


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Executive Summary

UPDATE: This project started leasing in January, just prior to Covid-19 restrictions taking effect. Despite a statewide lockdown over the last 2 months, 90% of units have been leased, with only 5 vacancies remaining. Proving this project’s location and rental units to be in strong demand. 

Exclusive opportunity to own 48 Attached Townhome Units, “The West End Townhomes”  having finished construction in  November 2019, and leasing started in January of 2020, the project has leased up faster than projected with 40 of the 48 units leased as of this month (April 2020).

West End Townhomes, the 48 Attached Townhome Community is on the West Side of Lubbock in an infill area adjacent to more mature middle-class residential neighborhoods on one side, existing apartment complexes to the northside of the project and a retail shopping close by. The speed at which new housing units have already been absorbed coupled with strong occupancy rates of neighboring SFR and apartment communities makes the strong cash flow potential of the project readily apparent and easy to underwrite.

At a time of possible economic contraction that is sure to affect housing prices, particularly in major US Markets that have seen a run-up of home price appreciation over the last decade, Lubbock provides a great hedge as a “Cash Flow Market”, having low taxes for TX, extremely stable economic and demographic fundamentals coupled with a low risk of major price declines as appreciation in the market as being historically well-balanced over recent years where home prices have boomed in other TX markets such as Dallas, Houston, and San Antonio.

Financing In-Place For Qualified Buyers

5% Interest Rate, 25% Down, 25 Year Amortization, 15 Year Term

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WEST END TOWNHOMES INTERIOR & EXTERIOR

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Strata SFR, LLC.
ENTITY STATE: North Carolina
PRIMARY CONTACT: Adam Stern
ADDRESS: 331 Alcove Road
Suite 300
Mooresville, NC 28117
PHONE: 704-746-3258
EMAIL: astern@stratasfr.com

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