Rental yield calculator

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2024-02-22: Our Chrome extension for calculating gross rental yield now supports properties.

2024-02-20: The Rental Yield Calculator Chrome extension now supports properties.

2023-09-16: You can now calculate gross rental yield while viewing any web page using our Chrome extension! When viewing a property it will automatically use the property's price.

How can I calculate rental yield?

Use our calculator to work out your rental return. It works out gross and net annual rental yield as you type. There are three easy steps to follow:

The calculator will automatically display the annual rental yield. It's important to keep in mind that while the tool provides a reliable approximation, actual rental yields can vary based on real market conditions.

What exactly is rental yield?

Rental yield is a metric that lenders, letting agents and investors use to determine potential return on investment from a rental property. To calculate the annual rental yield, follow these steps:

By calculating the annual rental yield, you can determine the potential return on investment for a rental property. This information can be helpful in determining if a property is a good investment opportunity or not. It is important to note that this calculation does not take into account expenses such as property taxes, insurance, and maintenance costs, which can affect the overall profitability of the investment.

Why rental yield? Why not rental return?

You've probably seen the terms "rental yield" and "rental return" used almost interchangeably. But what do they mean?

Yield and return are two ways to measure how profitable an investment is over a certain period, usually a year. Yield is the income the investment makes over time, usually shown as a percentage. On the other hand, return is the amount of money gained or lost from the investment over time, usually shown as a dollar value.

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