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Old 09-28-2005, 11:08 AM
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Default RE: [IncomeProperties] Cap rate question

I recommend to you (and to everyone on this list) a book titled "What Every
Real Estate Investor Needs to Know About Cash Flow...And 36 Other Key
Financial Measures: Guidelines, Formulas, and Rules of Thumb for Making
Money in Real Estate" by Frank Gallinelli.

From the blurb:
"Every real estate investor needs to know how to calculate cash flow,
long-term gain, net operating income, and a few other basic financial
formulas. What Every Real Estate Investor Needs to Know About Cash Flow . .
. is a guide to the 34 most essential calculations that answer such crucial
questions as "What is this building really worth today?" "What kind of cash
flow can I expect?" "Is this property a good investment?" and "How do I
calculate my return?" For beginning investors, real estate veterans,
commercial brokers, and sellers as well as buyers, this handy reference is a
must-have for anyone who wants to make sound decisions based on accurate
calculations of:

a.. Discounted cash flow
b.. Cash-on-cash return
c.. Net operating income
d.. Capitalization rate
e.. Gross rent multiplier
f.. Net present value
g.. Payback period
h.. Mortgage amortization
i.. And many more"
I am allergic to math ;-) but this book took me step-by-step through the
calculations and ratios I needed to understand in order to evaluate and
purchase investment real estate. He starts with the easy concepts and works
to the more difficult ones, with plenty of examples.

-----Original Message-----
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Sent: Saturday, March 12, 2005 1:36 PM
Subject: [IncomeProperties] Cap rate question

Hi everyone,

I'm hoping someone can help me with a technical question.

I need to know how to figure out the cap rate on an apartment building.
Could someone instruct me on how to do that Please ?

Thanks in advance,

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