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Hassle-free Cashflow Minute Lesson 3:  Calculating Income:  AGI, GSI, NOI
 

Hassle-free Cashflow Minute Lesson 3: Calculating Income: AGI, GSI, NOI

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Real Estate Investor Training Video. Lesson 3. Understanding real estate math will make you a better investor. Understanding income types: GSI, AGI, NOI

Real Estate Investor Training Video. Lesson 3. Understanding real estate math will make you a better investor. Understanding income types: GSI, AGI, NOI

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    Hassle-free Cashflow Minute Lesson 3:  Calculating Income:  AGI, GSI, NOI Hassle-free Cashflow Minute Lesson 3: Calculating Income: AGI, GSI, NOI Presentation Transcript

    • Hassle-free Cashflow Minute Lesson 3: Gross Scheduled Income (GSI) Adjusted Gross Income (AGI) Net Operating Income (NOI) Investor Educational Series by Professional Investor / Developer David Campbell www.HassleFreeCashFlowInvesting.com ©2011 All Rights Reserved
    • Gross Scheduled Incomewww.HassleFreeCashFlowInvesting.com
    • Gross Scheduled Income (GSI) All income from the property assuming 100% occupancy at market rent with no rent concessions www.HassleFreeCashFlowInvesting.com
    • Case Study: Gross Scheduled Income Market Rent: $1,000/month $1,000 x 12 mos = $12,000 GSI www.HassleFreeCashFlowInvesting.com
    • Adjusted Gross Income (AGI)www.HassleFreeCashFlowInvesting.com
    • Adjusted Gross IncomeGross Scheduled Income less vacancy rate rent concessions loss to lease www.HassleFreeCashFlowInvesting.com
    • Case Study: Adjusted Gross Income (AGI) $12,000 GSI -6% vacancy rate -4% rent concession -2% loss to lease$12,000 GSI x 88% = $10,560 www.HassleFreeCashFlowInvesting.com
    • Net Operating Income (NOI) www.HassleFreeCashFlowInvesting.com
    • Net Operating Income Adjusted Gross Income lessOperating Expenses (see lesson 4) www.HassleFreeCashFlowInvesting.com
    • Case Study: Adjusted Gross Income (AGI) $10,560 AGI - 50% operating expenses (see lesson 4) $5,280 NOI www.HassleFreeCashFlowInvesting.com
    • David Campbell $500 million of real estate experience real estate investor / developer houses / apartments retail / office / land / resort condos / condo conversion financial strategistwww.HassleFreeCashFlowInvesting.com