How to Calculate Cap Rate
Are you interested in rental properties and want to know how to calculate cap rate? Or maybe you own some already but want to track your costs more effectively? The formula is pretty straight forward:
Annual Rental Income Minus Annual Expenses Equals Net Operating Income. Net Operating Income (or NOI) divided by Sales Price Equals Cap Rate.
The video below will help you figure out how to calculate the cap rate on any given property. But, remember Cap Rate is not the same as Return on Investment or ROI. Cap Rates vary from market to market and from property type to property type. If you know the Cap Rate of what a certain property is selling for in a certain area, then you can use that to measure against properties you are looking for.
Here’s a video to explain how to calculate Cap Rate.
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