It seems calculating and tracking this can get confusing with all the variables. I was curious what others use to calculate real estate roi as well as stock/fund roi. Any excel templates or free software people like?
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i use an excel spreadsheet that a friend sent me that i have modified over the years.
when i buy a rental property i try to get a 10% cash on cash return after paying prop tax, insurance, prop mgt. mortgage (if i didn't pay all cash) & repairs.
sometimes i get more (24% on one) sometimes i get less (2.5% on another, but it was a seller carry loan for only 4 years so big payments. it still cashflows though)
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