Accredited Real Estate Investor,Licensed RE broker, MBA, runs EntrepreneursReport.com.
I recommend that you look at your return. Take your Annual rent less taxes, insurance, and maintenance costs. This should be 10% or more of your purchase price. After deducting your annual loan payments (less taxes & insurance), divide this cash flow by the down payment if you borrowed $. You should have a 20% Cash on Cash return. Visit https://www.entrepreneursreport.com/master_real_estate_financials/ for more details and an online calculator.
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