Calculate Yield: Comparing Your Buy-and-Hold Investment Options

by Michael Zuber | July 10, 2012 | on Real Estate Deal Analysis & Advice | no comments

As an investor looking at multiple properties, how do you decide which one is right for you? Do you pick the one with the most bedrooms? Do you pick the one with the biggest discount to past value? Do you pick the one with the cute kitchen and the new paint?First things first, a new investor must decide on what type of investor they are.  This means, does the investor want to buy-and-hold the property, or do they want to flip the property?For this article, I will assume the investor follows the

LA Investment Property Earns You 14% Return on Your Investment

by | May 21, 2010 | on Orange County Homes For Sale | one comment

Daniel Hatmaker from Dixon Team OC talks about the hottest investment property for the week ending 1/23/10. A 4-unit building in the heart of LA is fully-occupied and bringing in a gross income of 800 with estimated annual operating expenses of 00. That's an annual operating income of 800. The asking price is 9900 which yields almost a 14% cap rate or return on your investment. The gross rent multiplier is less than 6 years meaning you'll make all of your 9900 back if you hold this property

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