Fast Cash Flow Calculator

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### Information from Listing

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This is the listing price or what you are willing to purchase the property for.

Edit by changing the above number.
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You can typically find this information on the property listing.
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This is how much you want to rent for.

We did the math for you by subtracting the total expenses from the total income.

### Income Fields

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We did the math by adding the total income for this property based on the above numbers you entered.

We did the math for you by subtracting the total expenses from the total income.

### Expenses: 1st Choice did the math for you on these fields

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This is calculated based on the tax rate entered above.

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You can typically find this number on the listing page.
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We used the 5% Rule. You can change it if you think differently.
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This is calculated using the 8% rule. You can change it if you think differently.
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We did the math for you using the 10% of total income rule.

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Putting income aside for large capital expenditures that may come up. For example, the roof needs repairs in 5 years.

### Loan Information

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This is our default Down Payment. You can adjust it by sliding the ball left or right.

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We did the math for you based on the down payment slider above. To change it, adjust the ball left or right to your exact down payment.

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We did the math for you based on the down payment slider above. To change it, adjust the ball left or right to your exact down payment.
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This is the national average interest rate on an investment property. You can adjust it by typing your known rate if different.
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30 years fixed term is our default loan term. You can adjust it by sliding the ball left or right.

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### Expenses

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We did the math based on 5% of the purchase price above. If you know your exact closing cost, you can enter it here.

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We did the math for you by adding all expenses.

We did the math for you by subtracting the total expenses from the total income. 