# PLEASE SHOW ALL WORKING OUT OF HOW YOU GOT THE ANSWER 17779

| November 13, 2015

For questions #1-3 below you need to show your work with calculator keystrokes and

display an enhanced Time Value of Money TVM line with your variables and answer for

each question, if you do not show variables/timelines points will be deducted. Best

wishes……

1. If you originated a \$200,000 @ 5 1/2%, compounded monthly, for 30 years, what amount of

monthly payment on your part will allow you to have a balance of \$75,000 in 10 years?

2. NOI, Net Operating Income is the investor’s ‘annualized’ PGI Potential Gross Income less

V/C Vacancy and Collection Loses, plus MI Miscellaneous Income, less O/E Operating

Expenses, less Capx Capital Expenditures. If you have an investment property with a

\$1,500,000 annual PGI and 5% annual V/C, no MI, and \$54,416.67 monthly in O/E and no

Capx, what would be the property NOI? You must show your process and calculations.

Remember to annualize.(7 pts)

3. NOI is the income in IRV (Income, Rate, and Value) as the PV of a perpetuity in practice,

IRV is traditionally employed to estimate property value.

Where V represents property value, I represents Net Operating Income, and

R r represents the Capitalization Rate (Cap Rate). Notice, and , resulting in . So, IRV is

really just the present value of a perpetuity:

Assume cap rate (R) for comparable property is 7% and net operating income I is

\$920,000. Both are annualized figures. State the estimated property value of the

building by way of IRV by showing and explaining your calculations. (5 pts)

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