Don’t cheat yourself out of ROI in SF, San Jose or
LA. VIP Investors Event
One of the reasons people buy in SF despite rising real estate prices, despite rental
property price hikes, and shrinking profit margins is of all things this common
miscalculation of the true numbers before investing in any property.
Millions of us have ill-informed concepts on how to
calculate return on investment for rental property before
we buy or even that it can be done.
It's a shame millions of us are miscalculation exactly what is a good
return on investment for rental property. Many have misguided,
even dangerous notions of what a good return on investment for
rental property truly can be.
"Many investors, new and seasoned,
aren't aware that a good return on
investment for rental property can be
known before we invest.
This knowledge can mean the
difference between building a robust
retirement plan for ourselves or working
our whole life until we can't anymore." -
Determining what is a good return on investment for rental property and the right rental price for the
market is paramount to your success. Your road to success has been tried and tested by Adiel Gorel's
Remote Control Retirement Riches process and will be defined at ICG's upcoming event.
How to calculate return on
investment for rental property is very
clear-cut if your focus remains on the
You must focus on the Internal Rate
of Return, also known as the IRR.
Cash flow is what your job is for. IRR is what feeds your retirement plan, and not only that, it
can provide you with more cash flow in the long term, enough even so you can send your
children to an IVY league school, pay for unexpected expenses, and even take sabbaticals.
Don't cheat yourself out of the ROI that
can be enjoyed in your golden years.
Don't get sucked into buying junky
properties, because those properties yield
some cash flow on paper.
That can quickly disappear with one
costly repair. Focus on newer
properties, single-family homes in the
sunbelt states, with a 30-year f