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## Real Estate Math Class : Lesson 143

What would a business be worth if it demonstrates a profit of \$2,750 a month and the total earning on the investment amounts to 8% ? A. \$412,500 Multiply 12 months times \$2,750 to get a total profit of \$33,000. Now divide the profit by the 8% ...
Posted over 5 years ago

## Real Estate Math Class : Lesson 142

A property is assessed at \$58,000. The school rate is \$15.55 per 1000 dollars of assessed valuation. What is the amount of the school tax on the property ? A. \$901.90 If the the assessed valuation is \$15.55 per 1000 dollars, divide 1000 into 58,00...
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## Real Estate Math Class : Lesson 141

A \$100,000 home was insured against fire for 80% of it's value. The insurance rate was \$6.00 per \$1000 of value for a three year policy. What was the cost of the premium per year ? Remember to take your time. The soultion is below the wildlife ...
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## Real Estate Math Class : Lesson 140

David bought a lot for \$100,000 and sold it three years later for \$130,000. His tax liability on the lot was \$2,500 a year for the past three years. David also lost 2% interest on his investment each of the three years before the sale of t...
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## Real Estate Math Class : Lesson 139

A lot with a 55 foot front and 100 feet of depth was sold for \$350 per front foot. If the listing agents commission was 6% of the selling price what was her commission ? Take your time. The solution is below the wildlife photo. A. \$1155 Multi...
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## Real Estate Math Class : Lesson 138

After the owner makes the deductions for expenses of the operation of the businesshe has a net income remaining of \$180,000. If he paid \$2 million dollars for the business what percentage is the net income of 180k of the purchase price of 2 ...
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## Real Estate Math Class : Lesson 137

What would be the annual interest rate on an \$800,000 loan if the interest payments are \$8000 per quarter against the full amount of the loan ? Take your time. The solution is below the wildlife photo. A. 4% If the 8k payments are quarterl...
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## Real Estate Math Class : Lesson 136

At settlement on June 15, 2005 a purchaser assumes the existing mortgage 0f \$450,000 which has an annual interest rate of 5% and has been paid up to December 15, 2005. How much is the pro-rated amount due at settlement? Is the pro-rated amount of...
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## Real Estate Math Class : Lesson 135

What is the gross yearly income of a property that has six apartments, two apartments paying a monthly rental of \$550 each, two apartments paying a monthly rental of \$750 each, and two apartments paying a monthly rental of \$900 a month each ?...
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## Real Estate Math Class : Lesson 134

A new home and lot cost \$140,000. Of this total price, the estimated value of the lot was \$20,000. The owner had the property for six years. Assuming an annual depreciation of 2.5% on the house and an annual increase in value of 8% on the lot, w...
Posted over 5 years ago
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