I need help analyzing a potential deal, I'm not quite sure why the rental calculator here shows such a dramatic difference in ROIs.
For simplicity sake, let's say I'm purchasing a townhouse for 90k with zero down and no pmi. Potential rent is 1000/month.
When comparing loan options, the calculator says a 15 year loan at 4.75 percent would be a -182% cash on cash roi, while a 30 year loan with the same interest rate and same terms is a +94% cash on cash roi.
Why such a huge difference when going from a 15 year to a 30 year? Everything else in the calculator is the same... Same rent, same insurance, same taxes... Only thing is length. What am I missing?
Here are 2 screen shots of my analysis. I understand that there is a higher payment associated with the 15 year note over the 30. But what I can not understand is why does a 300 dollar payment difference make the deal completely absurd vs. amazing.
It makes me think this calculator is wrong and I'm making decisions based on broken technology.