This custom ROI Investment Calculator will help you convert real estate sales. We all know investors of rental properties are numbers people and this fully customizable ROI calculator gives them all the numbers needed to predict their return on real estate investment. The calculator is very simple to use: drag the slider or enter in the numbers in the inputs and the output is calculated immediately allowing users to quickly see how each variable will directly affect their return on investment.
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ROI Calculator Examples
Live Investment ROI Calculator example
Rental Property Monthly ROI
Buying is better, even if you could rent for free.
Your estimated monthly
return on investment is...
Enjoy the property
as it is not profitable.
Home Costs after
Rental Return after
How to Read the Charts Charts that are relatively flat indicate
factors that are not particularly important to the outcome. Conversely, the factors that have steep
slopes have a large impact.
A very important factor, but not the only one. Our ROI estimate will improve as you enter more details
How Long Do You Plan to Own?
Holding your property longer allows for better returns as the upfront fees are spread out over many years,
rents go up, and property values increase.
What Are Your Property Management Details?
A great property manager is the key to success for marketing, maintenance, and managing renters.
What Does the Future Hold?
How much home prices, rents and stock prices change can have a large impact on your outcome.
Unfortunately, these are some of the hardest things to predict. If you choose to rent instead of buying,
the calculator assumes that you’ll spend your would-be down payment on stocks or another investment.
Property taxes and mortgage-interest costs are significant but also deductible. The higher your marginal
tax rate is, the bigger the deduction.
You’ll have to pay various fees when you buy your investment property, as well as when you sell it.
Maintenance and Fees
Owning a home comes with a variety of expenses that renters do not directly pay.
The calculator keeps a running tally of the most common expenses of owning and
property management fees. The calculator assumes that the profit you would have made would be taxed as
long-term capital gains and adjusts the bottom line accordingly. The calculator tabulates property
management costs costs for all parts of the buying and renting situations. All figures are in current
Initial costs are the costs you incur when you go to the
closing for the home you are purchasing. This includes the down payment and other fees.
Recurring costs are expenses you will have to pay monthly or
yearly in owning your home. These include mortgage payments, condo fees (or other community living
fees), maintenance and renovation costs, property taxes and homeowner’s insurance. Property taxes, the
interest part of the mortgage payment and, in some cases, a portion of the common charges are tax
deductible. The resulting tax savings is accounted for in each item’s totals. The mortgage payment
amount increases each year for the term of the loan because the tax credit shrinks each year as the
interest portion of the payments becomes smaller.
Net proceeds is the amount of money you receive from the sale
of your home minus the closing costs, which includes the broker’s commission and other fees, the
remaining principal balance that you pay to your mortgage bank and any tax you have to pay on profit that
exceeds your capital gains exclusion. If your total is positive, it means you have done very well: You made
enough of a profit that it covered not only the cost of your home, but also all of your recurring
Gross Rental Income is the amount of money you will receive from the
estimated occupancy rate multiplied by the daily rental rate compounded yearly with the rent growth rate.
Property Management Fees are the expenses you will have to pay
to market your home, maintain it, and manage renters.
Grand Total is the sum of the net income from selling the
property plus then net income from renting it out over the life of the investment.