Builders and Apartment Owners Turn Trash Into Cash

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Waste management company adds $456,000.00 in value to local apartment complex.

In collaboration with JV Manufacturing Continue to save builders, existing office and apartment building owners thousands of dollars every month by installing an industrial trash compactor at the site. Cash Flow Equipment is a national Bellevue Washington-based sales-service-company that Specializes in analyzing waste expenses to determine if any business that produces an inordinate amount of trash would benefit by installing a trash compactor.

Investors and builders have learned of the value that one of these machines can add to their real estate investment. Recently purchased and launched by Jeremiah Roberson, he seeks to foster national understanding of how waste expenses unlike other utility costs are NOT always fixed. "What better way to add cash flow to the bottom line than to reduce what has been perceived for so long as a fixed utility expense," said Jeremiah Roberson, president of Cash Flow Equipment. "These machines give builders and investors the opportunity to increase property values by increasing N.O.I.” “With the way property values have been negatively affected with high vacancy and huge concessions, investors have been forced to really look at all expense categories to maximize their investments. ”Ecologically, these machines make total sense by putting roughly 5 times less mass of garbage into our landfills.

The average industrial trash compactor has a 5 to 1 compaction ratio. This ratio varies depending on the type of garbage being compacted. Recently, waste analysis performed on 16 apartment buildings in Seattle show an average increase in cash flow of $20,000 per year by installing a trash compactor. Savvy investors can easily place a $333,000.00 increase in value to their investment by using a 6% cap rate, which is about what investment real estate is trading for today.

The apartment complex that had $456,000.00 in value added, almost did not install a compactor and here was their reason: The property manager told cash flow equipment that installing a trash compactor was not in their budget. Even after providing the property manager with a proposal showing monthly added cash flow of over $3,000, the response was still “it’s not in the budget”. The solution was a lease to own plan that could be paid off at any time with no penalty. The property was able to completely install a trash compactor with no upfront cash and start saving over $3,000 per month. This machine paid for itself in less than one year. Educating builders, property managers and investors of this (money machine) is the business of Cash Flow Equipment.


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