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What Every Real Estate Investor Needs to Know About Cash Flow

Reference book to help them make wise investments in the real estate market

Property Investment

The main reason many people invest in real estate is to make money. Frank Gallinelli understands this and presents readers with a reference book to help them make wise investments in the real estate market.

According to Frank Gallinelli, real estate investment is a game in which there are winners and losers. He presents readers with ways to ensure that they are winners in the game in his book "What Every Real Estate Investor Needs to Know About Cash Flow... and 36 Other Financial Measures". This book is perfect for those who have invested in real estate solely to make a profit.

Gallinelli provides an arsenal of calculations that show readers how to make an informed choice. These equations show how decisions made result in winning or losing in the real estate industry. These calculations however, are not complicated. The book after all is written with those new to the real estate market in mind.

"What Every Real Estate Investor Needs to Know About Cash Flow... and 36 Other Financial Measure" centers around the specific numbers that every real estate investor needs to keep in mind. These numbers include the value of the apartment or commercial building you are planning to purchase based on the current rent rates, the amount of money you will make if you were to keep the building for a set period, such as five years, four years or ten years, and many other figures that are presented in the book.

Crucial Aspects of the Property Investment

Frank takes you through making crucial calculations to ensure that you consider all crucial aspects of the investment before you sign anything or pay out any money. There are calculations for discounted cash flow, net operating income, debt coverage ratio, long term gain, profitability index, depreciation, net present value, cash on cash return, gross operating income and return equity amongst many others.

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