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Real Estate Investing => General Real Estate Investing => Topic started by: mcwaddon on March 06, 2012, 01:10:34 pm

Title: Net Operating Income (NOI)
Post by: mcwaddon on March 06, 2012, 01:10:34 pm
How does one accurately calculate annual NOI?  what are the key expenses that should be factored in to make sure it is accurate?  Because I know often times sellers leave out key items which will falsely increase the CAP rate...
Title: Re: Net Operating Income (NOI)
Post by: Gold River on March 07, 2012, 01:06:48 am

    You as an investor have to take what your given and forensically analyze the numbers including rebuilding rent rolls, verifying market rents, and adding to or subtracting from the financial statement's your presented for the property to create the proper expenses for that particular property!

The expenses are all that apply! Your expenses will vary according to location, age, condition, market and type of property!