REAL ESTATE CALCULATORS(More Info)
FIFTEEN YEAR FORECAST
PART RENTAL/PART NON RENTAL PROPERTY NOT YET ACQUIRED © 2005 - 2007
Property Variables:
 
Your Tax Rates:
Percent Residential
Non Rental Property:
%     Ordinary Income Tax Rate (A): %
Current Value: (a)   Ordinary Income Tax Rate (B): %
Purchase Price: (a)   Federal Capital Gains Tax: %
Rehab Costs : (a)   State Capital Gains Tax: %
First Mortgage:
  Depreciation Recapture Federal Tax Rate: %
Mortgage Amount:    

Can You Deduct Mort. Interest and Real Estate
Taxes From Your Personal Income Taxes?

Mortgage Term: Years  

Can You Deduct Operational
Losses From Your AGI?

Mortgage Rate: % Fixed Only   Will you qualify for the $250,000/$500,000
capital gains tax exclusion at the time of sale:
Second Mortgage:
  How much of an exclusion will you get?:
Mortgage Amount:    
Your Estimate of Annual Changes:
Mortgage Term: Years   Appreciation/Depreciation of Asset: %
Mortgage Rate: % Fixed Only   Increase/Decrease Rent: %
Property Revenues and Expenses:
  Increase/Decrease Real Estate Tax: %
Rent: Annual   Increase/Decrease Maintenance: %
Real Estate Taxes: Annual  
Depreciation Variables:
Maintenance:
Annual
  Building Value:
         
What You Estimate For Commissions
When You Sell:
          Real Estate Commissions: %
               

(a) If you believe the property you are about to acquire has a market value different than its purchase price, then you can enter a "current value" that is higher or lower than the "purchase price". In most cases your "purchase price" would equal your "current value" at the time of acquisition. If you enter a figure for "rehab costs" you should either 1) add the "rehab costs" to the "purchase price" in determining the "current value" or 2) make an adjustment to the "current value" that you believe would reflect the added value of the renovation costs.

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