REAL ESTATE CALCULATORS(More Info)
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The real estate calculators and mortgage calculators created on this website were developed to aid the small to intermediate investor in numerically understanding the financial implications of owning real estate. Homeowners and investors should annually be 1) performing a five year forecast (at the very minimum) of their property holdings and 2) should be reviewing their mortgage costs for possible refinancing.

Here are two obvious reasons: 1) most people have the majority of their net wealth allocated to their personal residence, and 2) real estate is truly a fascinating mechanism for wealth accumulation. Even more reasons.

If you are feeling bold try a 25 year forecast of your primary residence, or if you own a multi-family property consider the dynamic tax consequences of selling multi-family property or holding multi-family property by performing a five year forecast of a mult-family property. If you do not already own real estate and are trying to decide whether to rent or buy, try our buy versus rent analyses.

Be EMPOWERED! Know the financial outcome of holding, buying or selling property, either as rental property or non rental property (primary residential property).

Estimate the tax consequences of selling a property which is either
1) non rental property (primary residence), 2) rental property or 3) part rental / part non rental property.

Perform a five year forecast of a property which is either
1) non rental property (primary residence), 2) rental property or 3) part rental / part non rental property.

Find the answers to some not so commonly asked real estate investment questions and not so commonly asked mortgage finance questions. Try a calculator with NPV (Net Present Value).

Choose to perform either a 5 year forecast of the income statement or a 5 year forecast of both the income statement and balance sheet. Forecast calculators of both the income statement and balance sheet are available in 5, 10, 15 and 25 year increments. You may also perform just a first year estimate of a property to be acquired which will only include an income statement.

It is important to note that running an analysis of a property "previously acquired" versus a property you intend to acquire ("property not yet acquired") will yield very different results.


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