Understanding the basics of income-producing property – market rental rates, operating expenses, and simple calculations like the “gross rent multiplier” – are extremely important in analyzing numerous properties quickly, to help separate the bad deals from the ones with true investment potential. However, before we sign on the dotted line and take title to an investment property, it’s critical that we take our calculations a step further and use some of the industry’s more advanced and widely-adopted analytics.
At this month’s chapter meeting of the Professional Investors Guild, we will be covering part 2 of our lesson on “Analyzing Rental Property for Hold or Flip.” Don’t worry if you missed part 1…we will catch you up right at the beginning! After a quick review, we will be taking a much deeper dive into some of the most important (and precise) calculations for accurately analyzing rental properties, including:
● Cash-on-Cash Return
● Calculating Net Operating Income
● Capitalization Rates & How They’re Used by Investors
● And Much More!
If you’re thinking about a rental property as part of your family’s future, or would like to increase your checks on wholesale flips, then this month’s PIG meeting is not to be missed!
Grab your smart phones now, and mark your calendars for the chapter meeting in your area! We’ll be in PENSACOLA on Tuesday, April 10th at the Pensacola Bay Center. ALL WORKSHOPS start promptly at 7 PM with networking and registration beginning at 6:30 PM.