I hope you can help me with this one. If you can figure out the answer, please tell me how you got there. :/
Mr. Jones leased all 12 units in his residential income property for a total monthly rental of $4500. If this figure represents an 8% annual return on Mr. Jones's investment, what was the original cost of the property?
let's see is this a trick question? An 8% yield that equates to $4500 = $56,250
sorry forgot you asked for how...
4500 / .08 = 56,250
You don't have enough information here- in order to back out purchase price from monthly rent and annual return rate, you need to have a handle on expenses. Find out what the taxes are, insurance, and what is he paying for utilities? You'll need to estimate his annual repair and capital expenditures too.
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$4500/month is 54,000/year. If 54000/year is an 8% annual yield (gross rent), then the property cost was $675K.
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