If you’re weighing up your options in real estate investment and want a tool to make things a little easier then be sure to check out Cash On Cash for iPhone and iPad so that you can effectively calculate mortgages, annual income and returns from properties, and loads more.
I’ve never invested in real estate personally but I definitely think that using an app like this should come in handy as you’ll have a quick point of reference to gain some ballpark estimations as to how much you can expect to profit from various investments in real estate.
This app has been designed to help you more effectively determine the true expected returns from your real estate investments, with features available that use Capitalization Rate and Operating Income to determine the highest price you should be willing to pay.
By factoring in various down payment percentages you can use this app to calculate available mortgage amounts, as well as being able to easily figure out Annual Debt Service, Debt Service Constant, and so on.
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You’re obviously going to want to know how much money you’ll be making from any given property, so Cash On Cash allows you to calculate your Annual Net Income from an investment with debt repayment factored in.
What’s more, you’ll be pleased to know that you can also share all of your calculations with others online via email, which gives you a quick and easy way of showing figures to your spouse, investment partners or perhaps your accountant.
Determine the true expected returns from your real estate investments
Use Capitalization Rate and Operating Income to determine the highest price you are willing to pay
Calculate available mortgage amounts by factoring in various down payment percentages
Easily figure out Annual Debt Service, Debt Service Constant, and more
Calculate your Annual Net Income from an investment with debt repayment factored in
Share your calculations with others online via email
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Cash On Cash is obviously not something you’re going to want to rely on as your sole source of investment advice, but for a quick approximation of figures I think you’ll definitely want to keep it handy on your iPhone and iPad.