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Below is a summary of real estate calculators for forecasting real estate appreciation based on the following types.

1) rental property,
2) owner-occupied residential property, and
part rental/part residential real estate property.

Below, you can generate an estimated forecast of appreciation of a property. It's crucial to enter your basic mortgage information accurately, as this directly impacts the accuracy of the forecast. Most mortgages amortize over a specific number of years, and the outstanding balance will decline over the period specified. Choose between rental property, owner-occupied property, and part rental/part residential real estate property. Part rental/part residential real estate property is commonly multifamily property that is owner-occupied and rented. Choose between (not-yet-acquired) vs. (already-acquired).

Forecast the real estate appreciation of a rental property.

Forecast (Rental) Property (not-yet-acquired)

Forecast (Rental) Property (already-acquired)

Forecast the real estate appreciation of a owner-occupied residential property.

Forecast (Primary Residence) Property (not-yet-acquired)

Forecast (Primary Residence) Property (already-acquired)

Forecast the real estate appreciation of a part rental/residential real estate property. This calculator will separate the rental and owner-occupied portions by percentage and then consolidate them.

Forecast (Part Primary Residence / Part Rental) Property

The above real estate calculators only forecast the balance sheet, which is a financial statement that shows a property's assets, liabilities, and equity over a specific period in time. This does not include rental income, which is the revenue generated from leasing a property. The advanced and NPV real estate calculators will include rental income and expenses in their projections but require additional input. 

Mortgage Refinancing Calculator Example:

Refinancing your mortgage? Try this simple mortgage calculator comparing cash flows: Compare (Old) Mortgage To (New) Mortgage.  You can indicate an early payoff if you plan on selling your home before the mortgage is fully amortized.  If you would like to consider present value, try: Compare (Old) Loan To (New) Loan Using Present Value.

Free calculator displaing an amortization schedule and helping homeowners understand the amount of money they will save by refinance there mortgage.