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Calculate the Net Profitability of your Rental Income Property

Buying a real estate property with the goal of renting it is an investment that insures a constant cash flow income. However, even if it is a popular investment, when looking at the numbers, it is an opportunity comparable to any other investment like the stock market, government titles or other business projects.

This simulator will help you calculate the potential financial outcome, net of taxes, of your investment property, which could then be compared to other investment opportunities. However, this calculator cannot measure more qualitative aspects like the relevant expertise required to run the business, which can favor this form if investment over others.

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Evaluate your real estate investment:

Purchase of Rental Property

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Mortgage

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Rental Income

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Annual Current Expenses

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Final Expenses on Property Sale

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Financial Analysis

Profit & Cash Flow from Rental Property

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Rate of Return on Investment

Initial Investment & Cumulated Profits

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Net present value (NPV) & internal rate of return (IRR)

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When Will You Reimburse your Initial Investment?

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Progression Chart of Cumulated Cash Flow & Net Present Value

 

Progression Chart of Annual Cash Flow Flow & Net Present Value

 

Complete Analysis

For a more detailed view, here are all the numbers for every year of the analysis:

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Numbers in our calculators are rounded to two decimals.
The same calculations made in an Excel spreadsheet may differ slightly.

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