Investment Property 19712 SW 68th Ave Tualatin OR 97062

Dated: 06/11/2018

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Tualatin Duplex - $350,000

19712 SW 68th Ave Tualatin OR 97062 Crop

I found this duplex in an area of good Tualatin schools in an easy to rent area! The cost is reasonable and the finances pencil out nicely. See the Prospectus below. The area includes nearby Public Transportation, Fred Meyer, New Seasons, Cabela's, Easy Freeway access and more. With a few more updated, this duplex will shine and provide income for years to come.

Prospectus 19712 SW 68th Ave Tualatin OR 97062 

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Cap Rate: 5.06%

ROI: 10.02%

Cash on Cash: 1.51%

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