Using Algebra To Determine Amortization, Rate (Loan Constant) To Give a Certain Cashflow


Video added by Net Lease TV | Date Uploaded: June 01, 2022 | Date Created: May 27, 2022


In this episode of Net Lease TV Chris solves for loan constant to Give $7,500 Monthly. Formula for this episode; Price = $3,000,000 Cap Rate = 5.50% Loan Amount = $1,500,000 Loan Amortization = 30 Years Monthly Cashflow Wanted: $7,500 Loan Constant = 5% (solved for in equation). Interest Rate - 3.00% (solved for on loan constant chart). $3,000,000 (.055) - $1,500,000 X = $7,500 X 12 X is the loan constant needed to give a $7,500 monthly cash-flow to the client. If you are an Agent or Principal and would like Chris Marabella to work through this analysis with your specific Net Lease transaction contact him on his cell anytime at (760) 803-6464 and we can do a in person meeting if you are in Southern California or by Go To Meeting / Call. Or email Chris at

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