50 Real Estate Investing Calculations: Cash Flow, IRR, Value, Profit, Equity, Income, ROI, Depreciation, More

February 8, 2020 - Comment

When Real Estate Investors say, “I wish I’d known that,” this is what they are talking about. Real Estate Investing Calculations are the Rules of Real Estate Investing, and you won’t be successful without knowing them. Real Estate Investing offers you four huge benefits that other forms of investing do not. *Cash Flow. *Asset Appreciation.

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When Real Estate Investors say, “I wish I’d known that,” this is what they are talking about. Real Estate Investing Calculations are the Rules of Real Estate Investing, and you won’t be successful without knowing them. Real Estate Investing offers you four huge benefits that other forms of investing do not. *Cash Flow. *Asset Appreciation. *Financial Leverage. *Special Tax Treatment. But your success will depend on how well you estimate these items before you purchase a property, and how well you manage them after you purchase. A basic rule of Business Management is “In order to manage, you must first measure.” And that’s the purpose of Real Estate Investing Calculations. This book teaches you how to generate these numbers yourself, and explains their meanings. These Calculations are the tools of your trade, regardless of where your interest lies. *Negotiating Real Estate. *Rental Property. *Fix and Flip. *Financial Freedom. *Great Deals. *Flipping Houses. *Estimating Rehab Costs. *Investing in Foreclosures. *Buying Without Cash or Credit. *Multi-Family. *Managing Rental Property. *Rehab Investing. *Property Management. *Section 1031 Exchange. *Triple Net Lease. *Delaware Statutory Trust. *Real Estate Exam. *Lease Agreements. *Apartment Rentals. *Self Directed IRA. *Investing. *Lowering Your Taxes. *Business Tax Deductions. *Tax Strategies. *Real Estate Finance. *Money Lending. *Real Estate License. *Due Diligence. *REIT. *NNN. *Real Estate Development. *Mortgage Broker. *Rental Agreements. *Apartment Buildings. *Site Selection. *Loopholes. *Limited Liability Companies. *Limited Partnerships. *Tax Free Income. *Exchanging Properties. Real Estate Investing Calculations cover them all.

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Anonymous says:

You have to figure out the calculations! The book is full of math equations that you can apply to your business needs. But that’s the problem …you have to figure out the equations. You have to do all of the work. These are not calculations that are automatically computed for you once you plug in the numbers. Example: Here is a payback period calculation that is in the book. Instead of typing in a few numbers into a spreadsheet (the kind of calculators I thought I was getting with this book) this is the calculator you are given…

Anonymous says:

Now THIS is the kind of math they should be teaching in school And I don’t just mean high school, but college, too. I majored in business for my undergrad and I can honestly say, hardly any of that education was as practically useful in terms of understanding finances as the information in this book. (Obviously a business major is different than studying real estate investment specifically, but the concepts are actually very similar and I think now, after reading “50 Calculations” that it should be included in the curriculum.)In addition to…

Anonymous says:

Not for the newbie This book had quite a lot of information and I found it very informative. But the problem I ran into was that it became overwhelming, especially since I don’t know that much about real estate investing (but have been trying to learn about it because of interest). The math was very complicated to follow. BUT I could see the benefit in understanding the equations and how useful they are. The math wasn’t some random calculations but actually had a direct relationship with real estate and was very…

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