The 2018 #s are in! The biggest # we track when it comes down to it is cash flow. While cash-on-cash return comes in at a close second for priority, the main focus for us is cash flow. And while I don't go into net worth accumulation by someone else paying down your debt (i.e. … Continue reading We Earned $231/hr From Our Rental Properties in 2018
A friend of mine recently asked to see a blog post about our first few acquisitions. Starting to provide him with those links (on what I consider my wife and mine's first buy and hold deals and not my false start), I realized I never posted about our very first deal. How rude of me! … Continue reading We Will Never Sell This Rental Property…SOLD!
When performing the Cash-on-Cash Return napkin test, I won't further analyze anything that is below 12%. The target is 15% and higher but if we can still hit our $100/month cash-flow minimum, we'll consider it with a lower CoCR. Cash-on-Cash Return or CoCR CoCR = annual cash flow before taxes divided by total cash … Continue reading Real Estate Investing Terms: Cash On Cash Return
We consider appreciation extra icing and don't acquire based on assumed appreciation, but we also don't want to be put in a position to exit a property and be required to bring money to closing. ____________________________________________________________ If you've been following us you know we have adopted a tripod of investing criteria we use to analyze … Continue reading How We Use Our Tripod of Adopted Investing Criteria