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Property Details

This is Boonski's ROI Calculator. This section gives brief instructions to the user about the calculator and how it works. Bacon ipsum dolor sit amet pig drumstick flank shankle corned beef sausage meatball frankfurter beef tri-tip meatloaf.

Property Address

Tell us a little about the property you are analyzing.

Loan Details

This is where we begin to calculate your ROI.

Loan Information

Income

Tell us about your expected revenues.

Monthly Expenses

Tell us about your expected expenses.

Address

Please put the property's address here. This must be correct for a Premium report.

City

Enter the City the property is in. This must be correct for a Premium report.

ZIP Code

Please enter the property's zip code

State

Enter the State the property is in. This must be correct for a Premium report.

Vacancy Percentage

Please enter the percent you expect the property to be vacant on average.

Asking Price

This is the price you expect to pay for the property

Down Payment

This is the size of the downpayment you will put down on the property. You will be financing the balance.

Closing Costs

This is the sum of the fees you expect to pay in order to obtain the mortgage. This includes title fees, etc.

Loan Term

This is the term of your mortgage, 30-year, 10-year, etc.

Loan Interest Rate

This is the interest rate on the mortgage

Loan Amount

This is the amount you expect to borrow. It should match the Asking Price minus your down payment.

Rent

The amount of rent you get per month for this type of unit

Name

Give this type of unit a name, like 1B/1B

Number

The number of units you have of this type

Bedrooms

The number of bedrooms this type of unit has

Bathrooms

The number of bathrooms this type of unit has

Total Income

Enter the total amount of income you expect to receive on this property per month. This includes Laundry, Parking, Storage, Rent, etc. Note that for a Premium report, you must Itemize Income.

Laundry

Enter the amount per month you expect to earn from Coin-op Laundry

Storage

Enter the amount per month you expect to earn from Storage

Parking

Enter the amount per month you expect to earn from Parking

Total Expenses

Enter the total amount of expenses you expect to pay on this property per month. This includes management expenses, insurance, taxes, water, sewer, etc. Depending on the size of the property, most likely a lot of these amounts will be 0. The list of expenses will give you an idea of what you might be missing so you have something to think about when looking over a deal. Note that for a Premium report, you must Itemize Expenses.

Advertising

The amount per month you will spend on advertising

Auto Expenses

The amount you pay if you have a complex that pays for a car

City Fees

If the city has a tax on your property

Bank Charges

Fees associated with banking or a CPA's fees, etc.

Carpet Cleaning

The amount you expect to pay to clean carpets each month

Equipment Rental

The amount you pay to rent equipment from time to time. A snowblower, for example.

Gardens and Landscaping

The amount you pay per month to keep the property landscaped

Property Insurance

The amount you pay for insurance on the property

Legal Expenses

The amount per month you pay in legal expenses. Eviction fees, etc.

Maintenance

The amount per month you pay in maintenance on the units.

On-site Manager

The amount you pay somebody on-site to manage your property

Management Fee

The amount you pay a property management firm to manage your property. Note that some properties are big enough to have both on-site and off-site management. This item is for offsite management.

Miscellaneous

This is a catchall for expenses you have that aren't listed in other categories

Painting

The amount per month you spend on painting

Appliances

The amount per month you expect to pay on appliances

Electrical

The amount per month you expect to pay on electrical repairs

Glass

The amount per month you expect to pay on glass repairs

Plumbing

The amount per month you expect to pay on Plumbing repairs

Property Taxes

The amount per year you pay in property taxes.

Electrical

The amount you pay per month for electricity for your property

Garbage

The amount you pay per month in garbage fees

Sewer and Water

The amount you pay per month for sewer and water for your property

Telephone

The amount you pay per month for telephone for your property

Cable TV

The amount you pay per month for cable tv for your property

Gas

The amount you pay per month for gas for your property

Other

Any other monthly expenses you have that aren't captured above or in miscellaneous