Cash flow positive $694 Per Month
If you’re thinking about investing in a rental property, you might be weighing the costs and potential income. If so, you’re probably wondering: “How much cash flow do you need for a rental to make sense in ?” This is a great question, and the answer might surprise you…
Cash flow. It’s the reason why most real estate investors acquire rental property! So perhaps you’re wondering how much cash flow do you need for a rental property to make sense in – GREAT question.
The answer is challenging to give (because the number is different for everyone) but here a few ways to figure it out for yourself…
This is when your expenses are less than the income you earn each month on your properties and it’s a great place to be. In the words of Kiyosaki (from his book Cash Flow Quadrant), he would be willing to buy investments that were even $80 cash flow positive each month – and he’d be willing to buy as many of those as he could get his hands on. Fortunately, it’s not hard to reach this level… and beyond.
So, how much cash flow do you need for a rental to make sense in? Probably less than you think! After all, Kiyosaki started with just $25 cash flow positive each month and there are some scenarios where even temporarily cash flow negative investments make sense.
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