Appreciation vs. Cash Flow [VIDEO]

For both examples, the property value is $350,000 with a $75,000 down payment. The variables are as follows:

  • First example: annual appreciation = 1%, gross rent = $3,000 per month. rental appreciation = 1%
  • Second example: annual appreciation = 6%, gross rent = $2,400 per month, rental appreciation = 3%

The PITI is the same (since the property value is the same,) so:

  • First example: 1st year gross rent ($32,400) MINUS PITI ($27,328) = net rent ($5,072)
  • Second example: 1st year gross rent ($25,920) MINUS PITI ($27,328) = net rent (-$1,408)

Five year returns are calculated by adding cumulative net rent to equity, so:

  • First example: gross return = $202,734 (270.3% cash-on-cash) and net return = $65,350 (87.7% COC)
  • Second example: gross return = $284,101 (378.8% COC) and net return = $134,275 (179.0 % COC)

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