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    Quote Originally Posted by Beano View Post
    I have based this on investors who have been in the market for 20 plus years hence would have fully repaid many loans.
    Assumptions. I have been here since '95 and still have a large loan or two. More property sure but still a large loan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keys View Post
    Assumptions. I have been here since '95 and still have a large loan or two. More property sure but still a large loan.
    Work backwards
    So say your current loans are $2m look at the recent purchases.
    If the last 2 properties total $2m and say you have 20 properties then effectively you paid off 18.
    I pretty well started in 1994 (so similar to your 1995) so our portfolio could be similar.
    The net yields of my 1994 and 1995 purchases were 18% ,13% & 11.5% . Interest was 10% pa now 4%
    I note you are a "professional property manager" and your results are probably vastly superior to us "mom and dad" part-time investors.
    I can imagine you could pay off all your loans and still retain most of your rental income.
    Last edited by Beano; 20-01-2020 at 01:26 AM.


 

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