What Every Real Estate Investor Needs To Know About Cash Flow
Investing in property rentals involves the crunching of lots of numbers. This can be very confusing for those who are new to real estate investment as well as those who have some experience. Numbers often put people off especially where the operations can be long and tedious. However, Frank Gallinelli shows you how you can have fun with numbers as you invest in real estate.
Investing in homes, commercial, industrial for rent for profit is nothing like investing in real estate for your own use. Mark Gallinelli points out in his book, "What Every Real Estate Investor Needs to Know Cash Flow ... and 36 Other Key Financial Measures" that real estate investment for income will involve the crunching of numbers to determine various factors such as rates of return, discounted cash flow as well as net operating income. These concepts are the key to success in other areas of real estate investing. If you understand how these concepts work, then you can make wise housing or commercial investments that are sure to draw in a good income.
Reading a book full of numbers and formulas is not easy. However, Frank Gallinelli has ensured that he provides a different approach to his book. Although this volume still contains a large amount of numbers as well as formulas, beginners and experienced investors alike will find it an interesting read.