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Analyzing Apartment Property Income

Choosing Apartment Building Investments

Published July 9, 2010 

Investing in an apartment is a tried-and-true technique for improving one’s financial portfolio. But apartment investing has certain risks attached to it. Maintaining your apartments in good condition and, at the same time, having these properties rented can be quite stressful. If you have a great location, and your market is good, there will be plenty of renters coming your way. If you are brave enough to face all these risks, the rewards of investing in apartment buildings will come in multitude.

Advantages to Investing in Multifamily Apartments

Published July 19, 2010

First-time real estate investors prefer purchasing commercial properties, specifically multifamily apartments. It could be that they are familiar with renting out an apartment. Or they may find it comfortable to live in apartments. This is usually true in the case of single men and women. Married couples, on the other hand, prefer multifamly investment in contrast to other types of commercial properties because it provides them financial stability. Multifamily apartments help them pay their bills, costs, expenses, and even provides income at the same time.

Pre-Qualify for an Apartment Loan

Published December 19, 2011 

An apartment building loan, also called a multifamily loan, is a commercial loan. Where a residential loan is made primarily to the quality of the borrower, a commercial loan is made to the quality of the income of the property, the quality of the property itself, and the quality of the borrower. So there are really three pre-qualifications for a loan on an apartment building.

THE THREE PRE-QUALIFICATIONS FOR AN APARTMENT BUILDING LOAN

Calculate Net Operating Income Like an Expert

Published January 17, 2013 

In commercial finance, they say cash flow is king. But what exactly is cash flow in the eyes of a financier?

The net operating income is the dollar amount used to calculate repayment ability. This is the gross income less the normal operating expenses. What are normal operating expenses? Well, many times it is in a property owner’s best interest to report as much expense as possible in order to avoid tax liability. It is a good thing to pay the least amount of taxes possible—until it comes time for financing.

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