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Hi - I'm trying to work out the gross and net yield on a property that I'm refinancing to fun other BTLs. What I want to know is should I divide the annual income/annual profit by the price I payed for the property originally, or by the most current valuation of the property? The property was purchased 10 years ago and has seen a decent increase in value so the two possible figures differ a fair bit. Thanks in advance!
Hi, About to start our property investment journey. Michelle (my wife) and I quit our jobs a year ago following a personal set back and decided to travel the world, something we wanted to do for a long time. It really allowed us to take a pause out of the rat race, take a deep breath and stop and think about where we were in our life. And lo and behold we realised that we had been focussing too much on the traditional criteria of success and not focussing on ourselves enough. We also realised that we had financial freedom within our grasp if we made some radical but common sens
Hi all, A topic that has been discussed directly/indirectly over and again in forums, podcasts (!, well done R&R), and books (well done again R&R), I thought it would be interesting for those starting out including myself to set a reasonable baseline, and to gauge the current aggregate mood on two of members' most fundamental data points, yield and ROI. With the wide range of opinions, acknowledging the lack of a correct answer, and all things being equal which is not the case in property, what would you the investor, and the aspiring, prefer your gross yield, net yield, and RO