5450 S. Indiana Aven..
- 27 Units
This beautiful, and well-maintained apartment building has tremendous potential for active real estate investors. The property features 26 large, one-bedroom apartments. Six of the units will be converted to two-bedrooms in order to maximize revenue.
The building has received substantial capital improvements during the past 12 months – including new windows and new porches. EquityBuild's warrantied contractor team will finish the rehab, upgrading the units where needed with new appliances, countertops, flooring, kitchen and bathroom fixtures, tub refinishes, and fresh paint.
The property is located in Chicago's up-and-coming South Shore neighborhood, near Rosenblum Park and Woodhull Park. It is close to shops, restaurants, churches and schools. Public transportation is easily accessible – the Stony Island Metra station is five blocks away, and there are bus stops just down the street.
The property is priced at $1,710,000.
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*There is a standard deviation of 10% on NOI (net operating income). NOI is a projection based on knowledge at the time of its preparation that may deviate 10% from the represented value to account for market fluctuation in rents and expenses correlated with commodity pricing.