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    Shannon
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    Hello,

    I’m really interested to get some opinions from other BP members for what price point you would sell to cash out vs hold for cash flow. I’m considering selling two properties located in smaller towns outside Charlotte, NC (one small apartment building, the other a portfolio of houses). An 8plex generating $3,850 per month revenue ($500 per unit, will be $4,000 per month as two older leases renew later this year). Taxes and Insurance are $3,500 per year together, property management 8%, no mortgage. Normal maintenance and vacancy, no special appreciating foreseen. A portfolio of 1 duplex and 4 single family homes generating $3,750 per month in revenue (all close together in a small town). Taxes and Insurance are $4,500 per year together, property management 8%, no mortgages. Normal maintenance and vacancy, no special appreciating foreseen.

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