Does your investment hit its target and is the Cap Rate what you expect it to be?
CAP RATES: Net operating income, or NOI, is the sum of all positive cash flows from rents and other sources of ordinary income generated by a property, minus the sum of ongoing expenses, such as maintenance, utilities, fees, taxes, and other items of that nature (debt service is not factored into the NOI). The ratio of NOI to the asset purchase price, expressed as a percentage, is called the capitalization rate, or CAP rate, and is a common measure of the performance of an investment property.
If you are looking for guidance on Cap Rates, or want learn about the potential of an investment you are considering it is possible to do so through the investor forum. Simply do an online search using the words "Investment Forum" and a list will be presented via a web search.
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