Potential Positive Cash Flow Property
Address: 5 Boronia Close, South Hedland, WA, 6722
Asking Price: $849,000
Estimated Rental Income: $2,200/week
Gross Rental Yield: 13.47%
Amazingly this property actually sold for $950,000 on 4th September 2012.
This property is still on the market here and actually now has an asking price of $799,000 which gives a 14.3% rental yield.
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