Cash Flow Forecaster CD Software
Thursday 25 June 2009
Are you planning to buy a rental property? How are you going to work out whether the numbers stack up? Back-of-an-envelope calculation, or pay an accountant?
By The Landlord
The Ultimate Tool for Profitable Investments Decisions
What happens to the property's financial viability if interest rates change? What about your tax benefits?
The NZ Property Investor's cash flow forecaster software provides an easy and cheap solution for the amateur end of the investment spectrum.
The software takes a step-by-step approach starting with your registered valuation, purchase price and expected rental income, through likely expenses such as insurance, rates, whether the property is leasehold or freehold and how much you should allow for repairs and maintenance.
The software includes links through to relevant websites to help you research what your likely costs will be.
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