Real Estate Investment - Kansas City Cash-Flow Duplexes


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  1. 1. REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT GUIDE C a sh -F lo w Duplexes! 26 Tenant-Ready Units th 8 Strongest Rental Market Kansas City, Missouri Cash-Flow, Equity and Appreciation The Orchards at Chapman Farms (800) 611-3060 Your Premier Source For Real Estate Investments
  2. 2. INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY Norada Real Estate Investments is pleased to offer our 26-building community consisting of a 104 Townhome units in Blue Springs, Missouri. (Greater Kansas City) Blue Springs is part of the growing Kansas City metro area and is the 36th largest city in the nation. According to the Kansas City Area Development Council, the Kansas City Metro area has over one million people. The Orchards is located in the master planned community of Chapman Farms. Kansas City has a strong rental market with high rents and a low vacancy rate. The project has a community swimming pool, cabana and open space. The Orchards project is a luxury townhome community that could provide strong investment returns. FAST FACTS • 26 units on 12.4 acres. • Positive cash-flow. • Neighborhood pool & cabana house. • As little as 10% down-payment to purchase. • 20 Minutes to the Kansas City Metro. • 114% first year Return on Investment (ROI). • Onsite leasing office. • 4% to 6% recent appreciation. • Highly sought after Lee Summit schools. • 40.5% of all housing in Kansas City in 2030 • Tenant Ready Townhomes. will have been built since 2000. • Close to major highway access. • At the current rate of development, Greater • Located close to future Wal*Mart. Kansas City will develop 396 square miles during the next 30 years. The DealGrader™ Score measures the investment quality of a real estate investment. It is designed to give you an overall snapshot of the profitability and investment risk in the form of an easy to understand score (out of 10). DealGrader™ is a proprietary algorithm that uses a blend of over 15 different variables including cash-flow, existing equity, internal rates of return (IRR), job growth, market stability, market absorption, macro economic factors, and others. (800) 611-3060
  3. 3. CASH FLOW and EQUITY ACCUMULATION 10% Down Payment Model Summary Acquisition Information Purchase Parameters and Assumptions Annual Increases (%) Current Market Value: $260,000 Current Market Value: $260,000 Gross Monthly Rent: $2,000 Appreciation: 5.0% Purchase Price: $245,000 Purchase Price: $245,000 Vacancy Factor: 5.0% Rent Increase: 2.5% Total Loan Amount: $220,500 Down Payment: 10.0% Initial Vacancy (months): 0 First Loan: $220,500 Monthly Property Tax: $279 Property Tax: 1.0% Closing Costs: $0 Loan Interest Rate: 4.875% Monthly Insurance: $0 Insurance: 1.0% Down Payment: $24,500 Second Loan: $0 Monthly HOA: $140 HOA: 2.0% Reserve Account: $0 Loan Interest Rate (2nd): 0.000% Monthly Lawn Care: $0 Lawn Care: 2.0% Buyer Credits: $0 Closing Costs: 0.0% Monthly Water/Sewer/Trash: $0 Water/Sewer: 2.0% Total Investment: $24,500 PMI Mortgage Insurance: $180.08 Property Management: 6% Depreciation: 27.5 CASH-FLOW YEAR 1 YEAR 2 YEAR 3 YEAR 4 YEAR 5 YEAR 10 YEAR 10 YEAR 15 YEAR 20 Gross Rental Income $24,000 $24,600 $25,215 $25,845 $26,492 $29,973 $29,973 $33,911 $38,368 Initial Vacancy Rental Impact $0 - - - - - - - - Vacancy Factor ($1,200) ($1,230) ($1,261) ($1,292) ($1,325) ($1,499) ($1,499) ($1,696) ($1,918) Total Operating Income $22,800 $23,370 $23,954 $24,553 $25,167 $28,474 $28,474 $32,216 $36,449 Property Taxes $3,350 $3,384 $3,417 $3,452 $3,486 $3,664 $3,664 $3,851 $4,047 Insurance $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 Property Management $1,368 $1,402 $1,437 $1,473 $1,510 $1,708 $1,708 $1,933 $2,187 Other: Lawn Care $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 Other: PMI $2,293 $2,161 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 Other: Water/Sewer/Trash $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 Other: HOA Dues $1,680 $1,714 $1,748 $1,783 $1,818 $2,008 $2,008 $2,217 $2,447 Total Operating Expense ($8,691) ($8,660) ($6,602) ($6,708) ($6,815) ($7,380) ($7,380) ($8,000) ($8,682) $0 Loan Payments (896) ($9,854) ($10,749) ($10,749) ($10,749) ($10,749) ($10,749) ($10,749) ($10,749) ($10,749) CASH FLOW (Before Tax) $4,255 $3,960 $6,602 $7,096 $7,603 $10,345 $10,345 $13,466 $17,018 Value of negative operating cash flows - 0 0 0 0 0 - 0 0 0 Depreciation $7,127 $7,127 $7,127 $7,127 $7,127 $7,127 $7,127 $7,127 $7,127 Loan Interest $9,854 $10,749 $10,749 $10,749 $10,749 $10,749 $10,749 $10,749 $10,749 Subtotal $16,981 $17,877 $17,877 $17,877 $17,877 $17,877 $17,877 $17,877 $17,877 Taxable Income ($2,872) ($3,167) ($525) ($31) $476 $3,217 $3,217 $6,339 $9,891 Tax Bracket Savings 36% $1,034 $1,140 $189 $11 ($171) ($1,158) ($1,158) ($2,282) ($3,561) CASH FLOW (After Tax) $5,289 $5,100 $6,791 $7,107 $7,432 $9,186 $9,186 $11,184 $13,458 EQUITY ACCUMULATION YEAR 1 YEAR 2 YEAR 3 YEAR 4 YEAR 5 YEAR 10 YEAR 10 YEAR 15 YEAR 20 Property Value $273,000 $286,650 $300,983 $316,032 $331,833 $423,513 $423,513 $540,521 $689,857 Total Equity (Value - Loan Balance) $52,500 $66,150 $80,483 $95,532 $111,333 $203,013 $203,013 $320,021 $469,357 Less Investment ($24,500) ($24,500) ($24,500) ($24,500) ($24,500) ($24,500) ($24,500) ($24,500) ($24,500) Increase in Equity $28,000 $41,650 $55,983 $71,032 $86,833 $178,513 $178,513 $295,521 $444,857 TOTAL EQUITY / WEALTH $52,500 $66,150 $80,483 $95,532 $111,333 $203,013 $203,013 $320,021 $469,357 Capitalization (Cap) Rate 5.8% 6.0% 7.1% 7.3% 7.5% 8.6% 8.6% 9.9% 11.3% Internal Rate of Return (IRR) 1,032% 253% 141% 99% 78% 43% 43% 42% 42% Annual Return on Investment 114% 26% 22% 19% 17% 11% 11% 9% 8% Total Return on Investment 114% 170% 229% 290% 354% 729% 729% 1,206% 1,816%
  4. 4. CASH FLOW and EQUITY ACCUMULATION 10% Down Payment Model INTERNAL RATE OF RETURN (IRR) TOTAL RETURN ON INVESTMENT (ROI) (10 Year) (10 Year) 300% 800% 729% 253% 700% 250% 646% 600% 568% 200% 493% 500% 422% 150% 141% 400% 354% 290% 99% 300% 100% 229% 78% 65% 200% 170% 57% 51% 47% 43% 114% 50% 100% 0% 0% YEAR 2 YEAR 3 YEAR 4 YEAR 5 YEAR 6 YEAR 7 YEAR 8 YEAR 9 YEAR 10 YEAR 1 YEAR 2 YEAR 3 YEAR 4 YEAR 5 YEAR 6 YEAR 7 YEAR 8 YEAR 9 YEAR 10 CASH-FLOW (AFTER TAX) TOTAL EQUITY (10 Year) (10 Year) $12,000 $250,000 $10,000 $9,609 $203,013 $9,080 $9,186 $200,000 $8,565 $182,845 $8,063 $163,638 $8,000 $7,432 $7,107 $145,346 $6,791 $150,000 $127,925 $6,000 $5,289 $5,100 $111,333 $100,000 $95,532 $80,483 $4,000 $66,150 $52,500 $50,000 $2,000 $0 $0 YEAR 1 YEAR 2 YEAR 3 YEAR 4 YEAR 5 YEAR 6 YEAR 7 YEAR 8 YEAR 9 YEAR 10 YEAR 1 YEAR 2 YEAR 3 YEAR 4 YEAR 5 YEAR 6 YEAR 7 YEAR 8 YEAR 9 YEAR 10 ASSUMPTIONS This model is based on an INTEREST ONLY first loan. Rent increase is 50% of the Appreciation. Assessed Tax Value is based on 80% of the purchase price. Assumes a 36% personal income tax rate bracket. Loan rates vary based on many factors. Consult your lender. Insurance rates vary widely. Consult your carrier. Personal income tax rates vary. Consult your CPA. v 3.4 DISCLAIMER: The information in this quot;Cash Flow and Equity Accumulationquot; worksheet is for estimation purposes only. All information should be independently verified. Consult a licensed tax advisor and/or attorney before making any purchase or sale decision. All figures are projections unless otherwise indicated. No guarantee is made as to its accuracy or reflection of performance.
  5. 5. MARKET INFORMATION ABOUT MISSOURI As of 2007, Missouri has an estimated population of 5,842,713, which is an increase of 45,010, or 0.8%, from the prior year and an increase of 246,030, or 4.4%, since 2000. ABOUT KANSAS CITY • According to Fortune Magazine (May 2006), Kansas City is a safe haven for real estate. • $8.5 billion has been invested in the 18 counties of the Kansas City region. • According to the Kansas City Area Development Council, the Kansas City Metro area has over 2.3 million people. • Rated as top 100 Best Communities for Young People in 2005 by the Alliance for Youth. • Ranked 23rd smartest city based on bachelor’s degrees per capita, number of universities, SAT scores, and Nobel Prize Winners. • One of the lowest costs in health insurance in the nation. • Home to Sprint, Hallmark Cards, H&R Block, American Century, DST Systems & Cerner. • GM, Ford and Harley Davidson have a major presence in Kansas City. • Home to the NFL’s Kansas City Chiefs and MLB’s KC Royals. • Kansas City encompasses 18 square miles – ranked #1 in the Nation for land size. • Rated #1 in foreign trade zone space, greeting card publishing, frozen food storage, winter wheat production, rail center by tonnage in US, freeways per capita. • Has the largest underground warehouse in the world. ABOUT JACKSON COUNTY • As a thriving metropolis, Jackson County is anchoring the region as one of the fastest growing business centers in Missouri. • Jackson County's quality of life has spurred a residential boom that's fueling unsurpassed retail growth. • Low crime rates, affordable tax rates and short commute times help maintain a steady growth of single and multi- family housing projects. • Jackson County is home to more than 650,000 people. Covering more than 607 square miles, Jackson County is one of 114 counties in Missouri and contains most of Kansas City, Missouri and 17 other cities and towns. The county maintains one of the most beautiful and comprehensive parks systems in the nation. STRONG POTENTIAL FOR APPRECIATION • Kansas City has been consistently appreciating at 6-10% and the market has not been inundated with new homes. The median age of Kansas City, MO real estate is 43 years. RENTAL TRENDS • 40% of all residents in Kansas City RENT! • New rental homes are needed because 75% of the homes currently being rented are 25 years or older. • Last year the largest builder in Kansas City put 300 units on the market. • Kansas City is projected to be the 8th strongest rental market over the next 5 years. (800) 611-3060
  6. 6. CHANGES IN KANSAS CITY POPULATION (2000-2030) COUNTY 2000 2010 2020 2030 2000 to 2030 Jackson 654,857 669,782 690,999 709,502 54,645 Johnson 451,086 560,098 654,774 744,059 292,973 Clay 184,006 215,517 239,606 262,712 78,706 Wyandotte 157,901 163,660 164,826 165,146 7,245 Cass 82,092 102,837 120,795 137,665 55,573 Platte 73,781 91,039 104,054 115,224 41,443 Leavenworth 68,695 77,476 82,822 87,989 19,294 REGION 1,695,764 1,905,522 2,083,776 2,248,933 553,169 Source: Mid-America Regional Council HOUSING UNITS NEEDED BY 2030 Total New Housing Units Housing Units Growth Related Units Lost Housing Units 2000 2030 Units Needed by 2030 741,000 1,015,000 274,000 129,000 403,000 Source: Brookings Institution Metropolitan Policy Program 40.5% of all housing in Kansas City in 2030 will have been built since 2000. At the current rate of development, Greater Kansas City will develop 396 square miles during the next 30 years. Source: Landmarketing (800) 611-3060
  7. 7. GREATER KANSAS CITY PROFILE In Greater Kansas City, you'll find: • One of the fastest growing major job markets in the Midwest. • Lower business and lifestyle costs than most major metros. • A well-educated, extremely productive workforce. • The most geographically-central major metro in the country. Kansas City's major corporate players with headquarters in the Kansas City area include: AMC Entertainment Hallmark Cards Aquila Hill's Pet Nutrition Black & Veatch Interstate Bakeries Burns & McDonnell JE Dunn Capital Federal Financial Newport Television Cerner Corporation Payless ShoeSource Commerce Bancshares Perceptive Software DeBruce Grain Seaboard Corporation DST Systems Sprint Corporation Fort Dodge Animal Health UMB Financial Garmin Westar Energy Great Plains Energy YRC Worldwide H&R Block Kansas City's combination of big-city business amenities and small-market ease of living have made the metro a magnet for investment. Recent announcements to either locate significant new operations or expand existing operations have been made by: Alcoa-SIE Cargo Conversions Intervet American International Group John Deere Bayer Corporation Kimberly-Clark Caremark Rx Liberty Mutual Group Citi Cards Lowe's DHL MasterCard International Farmers Insurance MWI Veterinary Supply Federal Express Pacific Sunwear Federal Express Ground Prescription Solutions Fidelity National Financial State Street Fort Dodge Animal Health Synbiotics Corporation General Motors T-Mobile USA Harley-Davidson Target IndyMac Bank U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services International Speedway Corp Wal-Mart (800) 611-3060
  8. 8. COST OF LIVING The Council for Community and Economic Research (C2ER) produces a cost of living index which is unique in measuring inter-city differences in the cost of six major components of consumer expenditures (grocery items, housing, utilities, transportation, health care, and miscellaneous goods and services). TRANSPORTATION Kansas City is currently experiencing an unparalleled period of growth in transportation and logistics-related investment. This is in large part being driven by a dramatic increase in products shipped into the United States from Asia that has stretched our country’s busiest coastal ports to capacity. As a result, Kansas City has emerged as an “inland port” that allows companies to diversify its import flow and use alternate routes for these goods to reach its customer base across the North American interior. KC’s central location and physical transportation infrastructure allow it to provide excellent support to the growth of the global market. DEMOGRAPHIC SNAPSHOT Blue Springs Jackson County Kansas City MSA Population, 2006 53,885 664,078 1,967,405 Population % Ch., 1996-2006 15.0% 2.0% 12.2% Median Age, 2000 33.1 35.2 35.4 Land Area, 2000 (sq. mi.) 18.19 605 5,405 High School Grads, 2000 92.4% 81.0% 86.7% College Grads, 2000 27.4% 25.8% 28.5% Labor Force, 2006 27,885 341,488 1,037,335 Unemployment Rate, 2006 3.4% 5.6% 4.6% Sources: U.S. Bureau of the Census; Bureau of Labor Statistics; Experian/Applied Geographic Solutions. (800) 611-3060
  9. 9. KC RATINGS & RANKINGS FOR 2007 The KC area ranks among the Top 10 Best Metro Public Schools in the U.S. Expansion Management, December 2007 Nelson-Atkin's Block building ranks No. 1 in architectural marvels in 2007. Time Magazine, December 2007 The University of Kansas Hospital ranks No. 5 in the nation for quality, accountability. University HealthSystem Consortium's 2007 Quality and Accountability Study, October 2007 The Greater Kansas City Community Foundation had the eighth-largest market value in the nation. Columbus Foundation, October 2007 Lawrence is among the 10 “Best Places to Retire.” U.S. News and World Report, October 2007 Overland Park, Kan. is a top city for adventure. Adventure, September 2007 Kansas City is above the national average for per capita income. MERIC, August 17, 2007 Kansas City is No. 5 metro for business opportunity. Expansion Management, August 2007 The Country Club Plaza is the best shopping center that is also a real neighborhood. Project for Public Spaces, August 2007 Liberty, Mo., and Lansing, Kan., are on Money Magazine’s list of “100 Best Places to Live.” Money Magazine, August 2007 Kansas City is the “Top Major Market” for business development. Southern Business & Development, July 2007 Liberty, Mo., and Lansing, Kan., are listed on Money Magazine’s Top 100 Communities with populations between 7,500 and 50,000. Money Magazine, July 2007 Kansas City is No. 7 for its percentage of volunteers. Corporation for National and Community Service, July 2007 Kansas City has two of the five most productive automotive assembly plants in North America. Harbour Report, June 2007 Johnson County, Kan., is the No. 2 mid-size county for recruitment and attraction. Expansion Management, May/June 2007 St. Joseph, Mo., is the No. 1 small metro for recruitment and attraction. Expansion Management, May/June 2007 Kansas City is the No. 9 metro for quality of life. Expansion Management, May/June 2007 (800) 611-3060
  10. 10. KC RATINGS & RANKINGS FOR 2007 (cont.) Kansas City is No. 12 for city for business attraction. Missouri is No. 13 state for business attraction. Expansion Management, May/June 2007 Kansas City is No. 3 in the number of festivals, fairs and cultural gatherings per capita. Urban Institute, National Center for Charitable Statistics, May 2007 Kansas City International Airport (KCI) ranks as No. 1 mid-sized airport. J.D. Power & Associates, May 2007 Kansas City ranks No. 3 for relocating families. Worldwide ERC & Primary Relocation, May 2007 Kansas City is a top 100 best place for business and careers. Forbes, April 2007 Parkville, Mo., is one of the “50 Best Places to Live” – the only Midwest community selected. Men’s Journal, April 2007 Kansas City is No. 4 on the “Top 10 list of Underrated U.S. Cities.” MSNBC, April 2007 Kansas City is the 5th best value-priced vacation destination in the U.S., February 2007 Kansas City, Mo., is the No.1 Most Underrated City in the U.S. with unexpected appeal. Los Angeles Times, February 2007 The National Golf Club in Parkville, Mo., ranks in the top 100 golf communities to live. Travel & Leisure Golf, January/February, 2007 Both Missouri and Kansas received four of five stars in the 2007 “Healthcare Cost Quotient.” Expansion Management, January/February 2007 Kansas City ranks No. 7 for large metropolitan areas with low rents. BusinessWeek, January 2007 Kansas City ranks No. 3 on the “Ten Cities to Watch” for contemporary design. Urban Land Institute, January 2007 (800) 611-3060
  11. 11. FLOOR PLANS Two Bedroom Townhomes • Large Master suite with Private Bath • Large Guest Bath • Convenient Second Floor Utility Area • First Floor Powder Room • Dining Room & Bedroom Ceiling Fans • Full equipped Kitchen • Refrigerator, Microwave, Dishwasher and Electric Range • Window Treatments on all Windows • Vertical Blinds on Patio doors • Cable TV and Phone jacks • Storage area in Garage • Energy efficient Heat Pump • Garage Door opener • Maintenance free Vinyl siding and maintenance free brick exterior • Spacious Kitchens featuring Granite Countertops • Upgrade Frieze Carpeting • Travertine Tile Fireplace Surrounds • Premium 4” Trim Molding Casement (800) 611-3060
  12. 12. FLOOR PLANS Three Bedroom Townhomes • Large Master suite with Private Bath • Spacious 2nd and 3rd Bedrooms • Convenient Second Floor Utility Area • First Floor Powder Room • Dining Room & Bedroom Ceiling Fans • Full equipped Kitchen • Refrigerator, Microwave, Dishwasher and Electric Range • Window Treatments on all Windows • Vertical Blinds on Patio doors • Cable TV and Phone jacks • Storage area in Garage • Energy efficient Heat Pump • Garage Door opener • Maintenance free Vinyl siding and maintenance free brick exterior • Spacious Kitchens featuring Granite Countertops • Upgrade Frieze Carpeting • Travertine Tile Fireplace Surrounds • Premium 4” Trim Molding Casement (800) 611-3060
  13. 13. HOME FEATURES EXCAVATION AND SITE WORK PLUMBING Excavate to a depth conforming to blueprints and considering plot plan, final House drain 4” PVC grade and elevations. Builder will make every effort possible to maintain House sewer 4” ABS and save existing trees but is not responsible for damaged or removal or Water service ¾” Copper trees. Home elevation is to be set to optimize drainage in relationship to all Water lines are all pex tubing Other as per code lots. Public sewer Standard fixtures are single lever, chrome, MOEN or equiv. FOOTINGS AND FOUNDATION SINK: Stainless Steel All concrete mix at 3000 PSI or better. WATER HEATER: 40 gallon Footings: 8” x 16” reinforcement shall consist of two ½” #4 continuous rods. Icemaker line Foundation walls: 8” thick and 4’ off top of footing. Hose bibs are standard in each garage – Badger 1 or better disposal standard FLATWORK Flatwork shall be 4” thick with rebar reinforcement spaced no further than 2’ WINDOWS apart on driveways, patios and stoops. CEILINGS: acoustical spray A gravel bed of 4” thickness shall underlay concrete. Vinyl – Single hung Concrete strength shall be 4,000 PSI Grills all around ½ round windows at 3 bdrm WATERPROOFING Screens to be provided for all operable windows N/A- Slab on Grade DRYWALL EXTERIOR FINISH ½” sheetrock on walls, joints taped, mudded and sanded Brick ½” sheetrock on ceilings, joints taped, mudded and sanded Garage fronts under soffits Fire rock per code. Vinyl Siding – Assorted Colors CEILINGS: acoustical spray Shake Shingle Type on Front Gables WALLS: knockdown texture Horizontal at front walkways WINDOWS: sheetrock return Vertical for main bodies CABINETS CARPENTRY Raised panel All labor to be performed in a skillful manner. Any materials specified by Prefinished Ginger Maple look trade name are to be installed strictly in accordance with manufacturer’s Countertops are post form with a waterfall edge. specifications. SUBFLOOR: ¾ T & G plywood glued to floor joists and secured with nails. TRIM MATERIAL FLOOR FRAMING: #2 DF 2X10 @ 16” O.C. Doors: Pre finished Flat Panel 1st and 2nd Floor: 8-foot ceilings Handrail: Stained Loaf Rail Vaults in front Bdrm of 3 Bdrm units and back Bdrm of 2 Bdrm units. Spindles: Metal All Wall Framing: 2X4 Studs @ 16” O.C. Fireplace: Columns & Mantle head CEILING and ROOF FRAMING: #2 or better DF or SPF 2x6 and 2X8 16” Windows: Pre finished Wood sills O.C. as per code Purling as required by code INTERIOR PAINTING Stain location: Handrails ROOFING Lacquer finish: Satin 7/16 wafer board sheathing. 40 yr. Architectural shingles (Weathered Wood Enamel location: Skirt Boards, mantles, front door, and sidelights or similar color) over 15# felt paper. Enamel finish: semi-gloss Wall paint: Flat GUTTERS AND DOWNSPOUTS Aluminum gutters: 5” (.032 gauge) CERAMIC TILE Aluminum downspouts: 3” (.032 gauge) Fireplace: 12” Travertine Splash blocks at each downspout FIREPLACE EXTERIOR DOORS Living Room: Forced Air Electric with glass doors Garage doors: 9X7 Steel, raised panel, hard-back, insulated, no glass with Liftmaster openers. FLOOR COVERING Front Door: 3’ steel insulated with oak adjustable threshold with 1 side light. Carpet location: bedrooms, hallways, living rooms Storm Door: 3’0 cobra white Vinyl location: all bathrooms, kitchen, entry Back Door: 5’0 Sliding glass with screen KITCHEN APPLIANCES INSULATION RANGE: GE Self-cleaning, electric Flat ceilings – R-30 blown Micro: GE space-saver microwave, Vaulted ceilings – R19 batt Refrigerator and Dishwasher: GE Exterior walls – R-13 batt Cold walls – R-11 batt MIRRORS Above garage ceilings – R-19 batt All plate glass above vanities Garage walls – R-13 Mirrored Sliders for applicable bedroom closets All bath enclosures Chrome with Obscure glass HEATING & COOLING Exterior outlets & location: 2 per unit near front and rear doors HARDWARE Air Handler Brand: Bryant Front Exterior doors to have deadbolts provided. Heat Pump Brand: Goodman Interior doors are to have Privacy locks at all bathrooms and bedrooms and Bath fans per code. 1 dryer vent/unit. Passage at all other. Standard thermostat provided. All hardware including kitchen and vanity hardware to be Brushed Chrome or equivalent ELECTRICAL Exterior outlets & location: 2 per unit near front and rear doors LANDSCAPE Shadow Box Privacy Fence divide units at party walls Sod to be installed on entire lot. Smoke detectors per code Trees and shrubs installed per plan. Species may vary. Chime at front door only Sprinklers controlled by master valve funded by HOA 1 garage outlet provided on GFI circuit Lawn Care Provided Complete system will comply with state/ local codes DECK or PATIO EXTERIOR PAINTING 12 x 12 Concrete Patio at each rear door Front Door and Sidelight NOTE: All materials & specs are subject to change from plan review, applicable code changes, material availability, etc. Every effort will be made to exchange for equal or comparable material. (800) 611-3060
  14. 14. PHOTOS 4-Plex Townhouse Buildings (Sold as two duplexes) 2 - 3 Bedroom Townhomes 1,450 square-feet each 2 - 2 Bedroom Townhomes 1,360 square-feet each All units feature an attached single-car garage with automatic opener. (800) 611-3060
  15. 15. PHOTOS Spacious kitchens with granite countertops, and GE appliances. 12” Travertine tile around fireplace. (800) 611-3060
  16. 16. SITE MAP The Orchards at Chapman Farms (26 4-Plex Townhomes – sold as two Duplexes) (800) 611-3060
  17. 17. MASTER PLAN (800) 611-3060
  18. 18. LOCATION MAPS (800) 611-3060
  19. 19. NEWS ARTICLES Forecast: Kansas City Area Economy's 2007 Growth Will Continue Wednesday, December 12, 2007 by Kansas City Business Journal KANSAS CITY, MO. – The Kansas City area's gross regional product -- the value of all goods and services produced in the area -- grew an estimated 2.4 percent in 2007 compared with 2006. This kept pace with the nation's gross domestic product growth rate, according to the Greater Kansas City Economic Forecast for 2007. The forecast in March that area GRP would slow to 1.9 percent in 2007. The Kansas City area saw an estimated 18,600 additional jobs in 2007, up 1.4 percent from 2006 and a bigger improvement from the chamber's March forecast of 14,200 additional jobs. The area's GRP is expected to grow 2.4 percent in 2008 -- matching the expected growth rate for the national economy, according to the latest forecast from the Research Seminar in Quantitative Economics -- and 3.4 percent in 2009, compared with an expected 3.6 percent rate for the nation, the forecast said. If the U.S. economy grows in 2009 as predicted by RSQE, the Kansas City area's employment should grow by 34,400 jobs, or 2.6 percent, in 2009 from 2008, quot;a level of annual growth not seen since the boom times of the 1990s,quot; the forecast said. The Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce released the forecast at a breakfast meeting Wednesday at the Hyatt Regency Crown Center hotel. About 250 people attended. Frank Lenk, director of research services at the Mid-America Regional Council, wrote the forecast and presented it at the meeting. (800) 611-3060
  20. 20. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION WEBSITES - Blue Springs Economic Development Corporation - Kansas City Area Development Council - Home Builders Association of Greater Kansas City APPRAISAL Available upon request. GOOD FAITH ESTIMATE Available upon request. (800) 611-3060
  21. 21. HOW CAN I INVEST? Call or email us to request your Purchase Pack. (800) 611-3060 Timing is everything with all investment opportunities. The same is true here. We feel this is a great investment opportunity for those that get involved at this stage. To gain maximum benefit from this investment opportunity we encourage those interested to lock in today. DISCLAIMER NOTICE The materials and information contained in this document are provided on an “AS IS” basis and “AS AVAILABLE” basis, without representations or warranties of any kind. Norada Real Estate expressly disclaims any and all such representations and warranties, either expressed or implied, including without limitation warranties of title, non-infringement, or implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. Norada Real Estate does not warrant the accuracy or completeness of the information, text, graphics, links or other items contained within these materials. Norada Real Estate may make changes to this material at any time without notice. While Norada Real Estate strives to keep the information in these materials accurate and current, Norada Real Estate cannot guarantee the accuracy, completeness or timeliness of the information. Information within these materials may contain technical inaccuracies or typographical errors. Norada Real Estate reserves the right to make changes, corrections and/or improvements to the information contained within these materials at any time, without notice. This is not an offering for securities. We are in a market with rapidly changing interest rates. A steady rise in interest rates could alter your cash flow. As with any large purchase, it is highly recommended that you perform your own due diligence. There are no guarantees made and your returns could be higher, lower, or you could lose money. The length of time to build your property can vary depending on weather, city inspections, etc. The California Department of Real Estate has not inspected, examined, or qualified this offering. (800) 611-3060