When should your rental property begin to cash flow? This is an important question many first-time landlords and real estate investors ask themselves.
When you’re new to real estate investing, it can be nerve-wracking waiting for your property to begin making money back for you. After all, investing requires a lot of money upfront—so it’s understandable that you’ll be wondering when you’ll make that money back (and more!) from your investment.
There are many rental property calculators out that will also determine whether or not a property is worth the investment! If you’re still debating about taking the plunge into real estate investing (or even if you’re onto your second, third, or fourth property)—rental property calculators can be a really good tool to purchase.
Real estate investor, Dan Kohan, discusses the ideal time your rental property should begin to cash flow.
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