National and Local Housing Information – January 2016


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DeAnna Rehnert
Capre Professional Real Estate
190 Newport Center Dr. Suite 200 Newport Beach
CA 92660
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Median Home Prices Up 7.6% From Last Year.

January KCM House

  • Sales in December were 14.7% higher than those in November, marking the largest month-over-month increase ever recorded.
  • Inventory levels are still below historic norms at 3.9-months supply.
  • Median home price is up 7.6% from last year, marking the 46th consecutive month with year-over-year price gains.

What is a Triiple Net NNN Lease?


A triple net lease (NetNetNet or NNN) is a lease agreement on a property where the tenant or lessee agrees to pay all real estate taxes, building insurance, and maintenance (the three “Nets”) on the property in addition to any normal fees that are expected under the agreement (rent, utilities, etc.).
These properties are single tenant investment that gives you total fee simple ownership of a commercial property, which is pre-leased to a high credit retail tenant on a long -term basis.
There is no management obligation for you as an owner.  Tenant is responsible for all costs to operate and maintain the  property.
NNN leased property can also be an excellent replacement property in completing a 1031 exchange transaction.
If you are looking to  maximize your ROI, I would love to meet with you to discuss NNN properties in further detail.

NNN Properties -Active Listings – Average Asking Price & Cap Rate

Caprates031315NNN1DR313NNNdr231315NNN3DR031315NNN4DR031315NNN5DR031315Demand foe quality NNN properties remains very, very strong, and prices are near record levels.
Have an interest in any of these properties? Give me a call. (714) 815-6215


Commericial Properties NNN LIST


Data from sources deemed reliable but provided for information purposes only.
DeAnna Rehnert
Capre Real Residential Income and Commercial Properties
(714) 815-6215