How do you figure out if the numbers will work with a potential rental property?
In this video, I will focus on cash flow and real estate math. A real estate investor makes their decision on whether they have a good deal by the numbers. I will cover 5 things to keep in mind when you calculate your estimated cash flow on a potential real estate deal.
[0:40] Defining a good deal by cash flow
[1:41] #1: Set a financial objective per door
[2:41] #2: Don’t underestimate variable expenses
[3:39] #3: Validate utility costs
[4:26] #4: Be conservative with fixed expenses
[5:26] #5: Validate the seller’s assumptions
[6:18] “Back of the envelope” tip for cash flow
Veronica comes from a family of real estate investors. She is passionate about helping clients create wealth, build a legacy, and design a dream lifestyle through real estate.
What makes Veronica stand out from other realtors is her financial background. With an MBA in Finance from The Wharton School and a bachelor’s degree in Economics from Northwestern University, she does not run from the numbers. She spent over a decade running financial models to help her employers evaluate projects and products. This skill allows her to simplify the bottom line for a homeowner or forecast the return on investment for a developer.
Veronica is a licensed realtor in PA. Veronica helps her clients buy, sell, invest in real estate in the following neighborhoods in the Philadelphia metro area: Cedar Park, Chester, Cobbs Creek, Darby, Drexel Hill, Germantown, Kingsessing, Lansdowne, Marcus Hook, Overbrook, Overbrook Farms, Sharon Hill, University City, Yeadon, and Upper Darby. Her company also provides property management services for single-family homes and small apartment buildings in the area.