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Hi --Im looking at purchasing some investment units

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Hi -- I'm looking at purchasing some investment units and I'm building a model to calculate returns. Wanted to be sure I'm not missing anything.


Start with Net Rents


Property Taxes





You get to EBTD





Net Income


Am I missing anything? Is the interest deductible?

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You seem to have the formula down. The net income calculation is correct. The deductions you listed are only a partial list - you are allowed to deduct any expenses incurred in the production of income. So yes, interest is deductible. The taxes that you are listing after the EBDT are normally are income taxes. Real estate taxes are usually listed in the upper portion, where you have them. The depreciation allowed for tax purposes is straight line, usually over 27.5 years for residential property, or 39 years for commercial property.

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