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Kidder Mathews Arranges Mixed-Use Sale in Eagle Rock

A mixed-use property at 4311 Eagle Rock Blvd. in Los Angeles has sold to Opus Builders LA for $1,445,000 in an off-market transaction. Kidder Mathews’ Darin Beebower, Mark Ventre and Arian Rejaei represented Opus along with the seller, a family trust.  

The property comprises four townhome-style residential units and two commercial units for retail. Opus plans to renovate and reposition the asset, with a long-term goal of redeveloping.  

The closing reportedly sets a new benchmark, coming in with the lowest cap rate (3.46%) and the highest price-per-unit ($361,250/unit) for any rent-controlled building in the Eagle Rock submarket within the past year. 

“To meet the sellers’ pricing expectations, we suggested the seller carry the note with an attractive loan-to-value and interest rate,” said Ventre. “By doing so, we were able to get the seller a great price and monthly income higher than he was previously making by owning the building.” 

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