Property Buy & Hold Analysis

My Property Company • 345 Main Street, Chatanooga, TN 82873

359 E Jean Street
Tampa, Fl 33610

3 Beds, 1 Bath, 1176 sq. ft. Built in 1958

Short sale. All new Kitchen, roof, hot water, A/C & heat, duct work, doors inside & out, carpet, fans & lights, all done in 2007. Great for investment, tenant pays $1230.00. Section 8.

Your Purchase Price

$56,099.22

It’s recommended that for this property you offer no more than $48,599.22 to ensure a wholesale fee of $7,500.00. This is based on the data you provided including the following assumptions: (1) Your landlord paying $56,099.22 for the property; (2) a $5,500.00 initial repair estimate; (3) a renter paying rent of $1,230.00 per month; (4) an expected cash on cash return for the landlord of …

Landlord’s Financial Summary

Some copy about the landlord’s breakdown

Cash Flow Analysis

Based on your projections, this property will return $422.77/mo, which will result in a Net Operating Income of $8,851/yr.

Monthly Expenses

$492.40

Prop Mgmt (10%): $123.00 Taxes: $58.00 Insurance: $90 Vacancy (%8): $98.00 Repairs (5%): $61.50 CapEx (5%): $61.50 Other: $0.00
Monthly Income Monthly Expenses Monthly Purchase P&I Payments Monthly Repair P&I Payments
Monthly Cash Flow Annual NOI Annual ROI CAP Rate

Return of Cash: 4.5 Years

Based on your projections, you will return your cash investment in February 2020.

The 50% Rule Cash Flow Analysis

The 50% Rule simple states that the projected expenses will typically average 50% of the gross monthly rent for a single family home rental property. Projected expenses include taxes, insurance, repairs, property management, administrative, legal, turn-over costs, eviction costs, etc. but does not include any financing expenses.

50% Rule Your Projections

Estimated Repairs: $5,500

Total cost of repairs needed prior to occupancy

Calculations based on a 31-day month. The calculator found on BiggerPockets are designed to be used for information and educational purposes only, and when used alone, do not constitute investment advice. BiggerPockets recommends that you seek the advice of a real estate professional before making any type of investment. The results presented may not reflect the actual return of your own investments. BiggerPockets is not responsible for the consequences of any decisions or actions taken in reliance upon or as a result of the information provided by these tools. Furthermore, BiggerPockets is not responsible for any human or mechanical errors or omissions.

Wholesale Analysis Report

My Property Company • 345 Main Street, Chatanooga, TN 82873

359 E Jean Street
Tampa, Fl 33610

3 Beds, 1 Bath, 1176 sq. ft. Built in 1958

Short sale. All new Kitchen, roof, hot water, A/C & heat, duct work, doors inside & out, carpet, fans & lights, all done in 2007. Great for investment, tenant pays $1230.00. Section 8.

Maximum Allowable Offer

$56,099.22

It’s recommended that for this property you offer no more than $48,599.22 to ensure a wholesale fee of $7,500.00. This is based on the data you provided including the following assumptions: (1) Your landlord paying $56,099.22 for the property; (2) a $5,500.00 initial repair estimate; (3) a renter paying rent of $1,230.00 per month; (4) an expected cash on cash return for the landlord of …

Landlord’s Financial Summary

Some copy about the landlord’s breakdown

Cash Flow Analysis

Based on your projections, this property will return $422.77/mo, which will result in a Net Operating Income of $8,851/yr.

Monthly Expenses

$492.40

Prop Mgmt (10%): $123.00 Taxes: $58.00 Insurance: $90 Vacancy (%8): $98.00 Repairs (5%): $61.50 CapEx (5%): $61.50 Other: $0.00
Monthly Income Monthly Expenses Monthly Purchase P&I Payments Monthly Repair P&I Payments
Monthly Cash Flow Annual NOI Annual ROI CAP Rate

Return of Cash: 4.5 Years

Based on your projections, you will return your cash investment in February 2020.

The 50% Rule Cash Flow Analysis

The 50% Rule simple states that the projected expenses will typically average 50% of the gross monthly rent for a single family home rental property. Projected expenses include taxes, insurance, repairs, property management, administrative, legal, turn-over costs, eviction costs, etc. but does not include any financing expenses.

50% Rule Your Projections

Estimated Repairs: $5,500

Total cost of repairs needed prior to occupancy

Calculations based on a 31-day month. The calculator found on BiggerPockets are designed to be used for information and educational purposes only, and when used alone, do not constitute investment advice. BiggerPockets recommends that you seek the advice of a real estate professional before making any type of investment. The results presented may not reflect the actual return of your own investments. BiggerPockets is not responsible for the consequences of any decisions or actions taken in reliance upon or as a result of the information provided by these tools. Furthermore, BiggerPockets is not responsible for any human or mechanical errors or omissions.

Property Rehab Report

My Property Company • 345 Main Street, Chatanooga, TN 82873

359 E Jean Street
Tampa, Fl 33610

3 Beds, 1 Bath, 1176 sq. ft. Built in 1958

Short sale. All new Kitchen, roof, hot water, A/C & heat, duct work, doors inside & out, carpet, fans & lights, all done in 2007. Great for investment, tenant pays $1230.00. Section 8.

Your Purchase Price

$56,099.22

It’s recommended that for this property you offer no more than $48,599.22 to ensure a wholesale fee of $7,500.00. This is based on the data you provided including the following assumptions: (1) Your landlord paying $56,099.22 for the property; (2) a $5,500.00 initial repair estimate; (3) a renter paying rent of $1,230.00 per month; (4) an expected cash on cash return for the landlord of …

Rehabber’s Financial Summary

Impact of project running over the 45 estimated timeframe

Project Overrun Impact Analysis

Impact of project extending past the 45 day estimated timeframe

Estimated Repairs: $25,500

Total cost of repairs needed to complete the rehab

Calculations based on a 31-day month. The calculator found on BiggerPockets are designed to be used for information and educational purposes only, and when used alone, do not constitute investment advice. BiggerPockets recommends that you seek the advice of a real estate professional before making any type of investment. The results presented may not reflect the actual return of your own investments. BiggerPockets is not responsible for the consequences of any decisions or actions taken in reliance upon or as a result of the information provided by these tools. Furthermore, BiggerPockets is not responsible for any human or mechanical errors or omissions.

Wholesale Analysis Report

My Property Company • 345 Main Street, Chatanooga, TN 82873

359 E Jean Street
Tampa, Fl 33610

3 Beds, 1 Bath, 1176 sq. ft. Built in 1958

Short sale. All new Kitchen, roof, hot water, A/C & heat, duct work, doors inside & out, carpet, fans & lights, all done in 2007. Great for investment, tenant pays $1230.00. Section 8.

Maximum Allowable Offer

$56,099.22

It’s recommended that for this property you offer no more than $48,599.22 to ensure a wholesale fee of $7,500.00. This is based on the data you provided including the following assumptions: (1) Your landlord paying $56,099.22 for the property; (2) a $5,500.00 initial repair estimate; (3) a renter paying rent of $1,230.00 per month; (4) an expected cash on cash return for the landlord of …

Rehabber’s Financial Summary

Impact of project running over the 45 estimated timeframe

Project Overrun Impact Analysis

Impact of project extending past the 45 day estimated timeframe

Estimated Repairs: $25,500

Total cost of repairs needed to complete the rehab

Calculations based on a 31-day month. The calculator found on BiggerPockets are designed to be used for information and educational purposes only, and when used alone, do not constitute investment advice. BiggerPockets recommends that you seek the advice of a real estate professional before making any type of investment. The results presented may not reflect the actual return of your own investments. BiggerPockets is not responsible for the consequences of any decisions or actions taken in reliance upon or as a result of the information provided by these tools. Furthermore, BiggerPockets is not responsible for any human or mechanical errors or omissions.